A poem about recovering from an eating disorder.
Demonising social media draws attention away from other factors.
She created a protective membrane for me when I wondered why I didn’t have a boyfriend, why I felt invisible and why, despite close friends and supportive family, I didn’t "fit"
A poem about when disordered eating swallows menstruation.
Neuro-divergence, media and people of colour
"As we return to University for the Lent term, many will presume that the answer to the inevitable question ‘So how was your Christmas?’ is a given"
Clare Tierney reflects on the highs and lows of her year at Oxford, and highlights the lessons she learned.
New Year's resolutions can benefit our mental health.
Marina Scott writes about and illustrates the strains of the festive period, from discriminatory slurs by family members to eating habits being put on centre stage.