All tagged mental health awareness
This article explains the importance in knowing how to manage our stress levels and discusses multiple techniques that can offer relief in stressful times.
This article talks about the great support and advice stress awareness courses can offer.
This article discusses using cooking as a healthy coping mechanism rather than turning to something far more damaging e.g. self-harm. It explores using cooking to express your feelings and turn negative thoughts into positive creations.
This articles discusses the knowledge our Mental Health Co-editor Leanne gained about addictions and addictive behaviour when she attended a HuddlUp with Suffolk MIND.
This article looks at how the films we watch and the media we consume can shape the way we see people who experience mental ill health. The article particularly focuses upon the portrayal of people with mental health illnesses as violent and discusses why that portrayal can be damaging.
This article, using examples, looks at whether films accurately portray mental health issues. It discusses the positive and negative impacts films can have on our perception of mental health.
This article explores positive impacts films such as ‘A Beautiful Mind’ and ‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower’ can have on perceptions of mental health, and the importance of mental illness being represented and talked about on screen.
This article examines the issues surrounding the depiction of mental health in the media such as glamorising mental health, perpetuating harmful stereotypes, and exaggerating conditions.
Where’s Your Head At? is a society based at the University of Suffolk. WYHA? focuses on mental health and general wellbeing, aiding students and staff through events and socials. This page is their regular feature discussing their society, their aims and events, and important mental health topics.