If you’re concerned that your relationship, or that of a loved one, is emotionally abusive, in this blog I share some of the content I wrote for Teen Vogue; using my 12 years experience of supporting women and children survivors of domestic abuse.
For International Women's Day 2018, Lauren Barclay, founder of the Youth Mental Health Matters charity, has written a guest blog about how one special teacher got her through secondary school alive. She wants you to know how easily you can be a Miss Mitchell too.
This questions was asked when I did my talk at the Exhale Mental Health Showcase in January 2018; I don't think it's about the right time, more about creating the right opportunities.
On the run up to my keynote speech at the Exhale Mental Health Showcase, I'm sharing my top 5 tips and useful phrases, for when you're talking to children about mental health.
I think the best place to start is to acknowledge the difference in dynamic of the sibling relationship, which is unlike no other. They have no choice but to spend a lot of time together and unlike the relationship with the parent or carer, their survival doesn’t depend on their attachment; so there’s nothing lost when one upsets the other.