Category Archives: Mental Health

Megan Jayne Crabbe on how to stop dieting, make peace with your body and live

Megan Jayne Crabbe

Megan Jayne Crabbe is an advocate for body positivity. Her blog focuses on all things related to loving yourself and your body – from intuitive eating, to bikini body confidence, to fatphobia and size prejudice, and her opinions on the diet industry. Megan wants to change the way we look at ourselves. She says, “We’ve […]

Janet Jackson talks about loving herself and her body

Janet Jackson is an icon in her own right, as she’s been commemorated for her decades of excellence as a musician and actress. In a recent interview with Allure magazine, however, she also reflects on the efforts that she’s made to become a leader in body acceptance, creating a foundation for women learning to fully […]

Stacey Dooley to release book about Britain’s mental health crisis

Stacey Dooley

Stacey Dooley’s new book, Are You Really OK? Understanding Britain’s Mental Health Emergency – looks Britain’s looming mental health crisis, how the Covid-19 pandemic has contributed, and its particular impact on young people. In the book, Stacey talks to young people across the UK who are living with mental health conditions and allows them to […]

Actress Aria Brooks talks mental health and using her platform for social justice

Aria Brooks

Actress and singer/songwriter Aria Brooks, 15, played ‘Anger’ in the film Harriet, has starred in popular Nickelodeon series All That and will soon feature in highly-anticipated Disney+ movie Better Nate Than Ever next year, however her skills don’t end with acting, she is also a singer/songwriter and recently released her EP Castles, where she touched […]

University students tackle mental health and schizophrenia in documentary

PicturesInMyMind

A group film and TV production students from the University of Hertfordshire are wrapping up a documentary about schizophrenia. Their final film, Pictures Inside My Mind, is a documentary following a Portuguese man who has recently started using film to manage his delusions. The students, who are in their final year, wanted to shatter misconceptions […]