Last month I wrote a piece for Voxel Hub about dealing with individual trauma at a time of collective trauma, and I’m really grateful for the number of comments and positive feedback I received across social media as a result. It clearly resonated and demonstrated how common it has been to struggle with personal crises and perspective through the pandemic. A comment from a friend that particularly struck me read: “Last year …
“Why should I have anything to complain about?” – dealing with individual and collective trauma all at once
A week ago I had the privilege to join wonderful people on a panel discussing the impact of new on our mental health. You can now watch the recording from the event.
I have treated myself to a set of Mapology Guides, and today, I would like to talk about my favourite one: “How to Grow Your No.”
Media outlets thrive on the alarming news about the negative impact of digital technologies on our lives. We are especially worried when we read the news about children and young people. With carefully selected quotes from scientists published on reliable, trusted platforms, we have no choice but to believe that it’s all doom and gloom. Here is what we can do about it.
I was invited to speak at this online panel organised by the University of West England: “Mental Health Panel Discussion – “Switch it off” – the media, a global pandemic and its impact on us”. Join us!
Brew Monday is here, thanks to Samaritans.
What is rest and why do we need it?
Announced today, the update of the Mental Health Act in the U.K. means significant improvements in supporting the rights and freedoms of people struggling with mental health challenges.
I have thoroughly enjoyed this little book by the Norwegian explorer, Erling Kagge. Here is why silence is so important.