Keep It Kind Online is a campaign that looks to address bullying and harassment online, and asks participants to pledge to not participate in, and to confront, these behaviours.
… you’ll never believe what happened next!!!
Ok, so first of all, let’s just clarify: I am not the Sarah Wilson who wrote ‘First We Make The Beast Beautiful.‘
I see a lot of misinformation about antidepressants and how they work., so I wanted to try and address some of that.
Several weeks ago, I experienced a crisis. It was following the suicide of a friend, and I was struggling to cope. I called Lifeline at about 2 o’clock in the Continue Reading →
A couple of weeks ago I was diagnosed with toxoplasmosis. I’ve kind of been dealing with the news on my own, and I don’t know what’s going to happen next. Continue Reading →
I often ask myself why I bother blogging. Who reads it? Does anyone care? I guess the answer is, I do. I need a place for my thoughts, and if Continue Reading →
The other night I was mucking round on Twitter and I came across this blog about loneliness. It says that being alone – or feeling alone – carries a mortality risk as high Continue Reading →
When I first found out I had Ankylosing Spondylitis, I had a mixture of reactions. Fear, resignation, and a bit of weird excitement about what this knowledge would mean for Continue Reading →
Time To Change is a UK organisation operating under the tagline “Let’s end mental health discrimination.” Ok, cool. No issues with that. On February 6, they’re running an awareness-raising campaign Continue Reading →