The Loneliness Pandemic

What is the deal with loneliness? How can we, especially the younger generations, feel lonely in a world so connected? Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Whatsapp, Snapchat... we have never had more ways to connect yet levels of loneliness are increasing. My counsellor told me that every second young adult to walk into her practice complains about... Continue Reading →

Matt Haig Said it Best

"Have you seen the new season of Money Heist on Netflix?" "Did you sign up for that virtual yoga class? "Do you have Disney+ ? You have to get one there's so much to watch!" "This is the perfect time to start learning that instrument!" "Author X has just released a new series of books!... Continue Reading →

Boys in Mind

I was recently asked by charity Boys in Mind to write a piece for their website about my story, my struggles, and how vulnerability has helped me to manage my mental wellness as a man in the 21st century who is battling some nasty demons...

My Wellness Toolbox

There are certain practices that I have learnt over the past few years that have become necessities in my life for managing my anxiety. I strongly believe that it's vital to find healthy ways of dealing with life and its stressors and pace. I am not always as consistent with them as I'd like to... Continue Reading →

A note on grief

It was the 2nd anniversary of my mom's passing a few days ago, and this has coincided with me finishing up a book on grief called The Orphaned Adult by Alexander Levy. Because of what I learned in this book, I experienced this specifically heightened period of mourning in a different light. When I lost... Continue Reading →

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