When you think about the biggest killer in men under the age of 45 in the UK, you imagine heart disease, a car accident possibly and quite sadly cancer. The last thing that will come to mind is that the biggest killer in young men, is young men themselves. 12 men will kill themselves today … Continue reading Project 84
After the last few years, it's weird for me to write about a year where nothing really bad happened. The last few years have seen me re-sitting uni year after uni year, it's seen my once dysfunctional family set-up crumble to a big fat nothing, it's seen a house repossession, my own near death experience, … Continue reading Two zero one seven
So here I am laying it all out on the table. It's not unknown that I've suffered under the hands of mental illness in the past - I lost the very man that made me because of it, however, over the last few months I've found myself not 'okay' in my thoughts. Living with anxiety … Continue reading 1 in 4.
SO I've been a bit quiet on here recently which is a bit weird because I am never ever quiet! but hey, I've been a bit of a busy girl! A couple of months ago, you heard how hard graduate life is. How you're bombarded with emails of 'you're over qualified soz' or 'sorry you … Continue reading Get yourself out of the post-graduate life hangover…
So I guess I've been in auto-pilot for the last couple of weeks, trying to figure out: What I actually want to do with my life Why I've decided to put myself through the pain of dissertation writing and creating a documentary that really hits home for me. When deciding what I wanted to base … Continue reading Sadness, content, understanding…but most of all speaking out.
There is nothing more infuriating than someone ridiculing something simply because they have no interest in it. Everyday I see pathetic little blog posts (a bit like this one, but I guess you have to fight back with the same tools. That's my excuse anyway), tweets, facebook statuses claiming that the Welsh language is indeed … Continue reading We will never ‘let it go’
Dear Prime Minister David Cameron, RE: Planned airstrikes in Syria by British RAF officials I’ve always had faith in the UK government (even after I sadly supported Lib Dem in the 2010 general election because they proposed that university fees would be demolished so it would be possible for people of the working class, people … Continue reading An open letter to Prime Minister David Cameron