Research suggests an increasing number of young people are self-harming, and more than half of them aren’t seeking help. This episode asks why - and what can we do about it?
Emily dealt with self-harm and anxiety for over a decade. She writes about it for the first time – and explains why research is providing a light at the end of the tunnel.
How can we all work together to prevent suicide this World Mental Health Day?
Professor Rory O’Connor explains how we can all play a part in preventing suicide.
Ann John, Professor in Public Health and Psychiatry at Swansea University, told us about things in life she's learned, her influences and her inspirations...
Guest blogger Domenique reflects on coping with her friend's suicide - from feeling confused and guilty, to campaigning for mental health awareness and pledging to treat everyone with kindness.
Guest Blogger Sophie had been a policewoman for 3 months when she was called to the London Bridge attack in 2017. She talks about the impact it had on her mental health - and how she’s found hope for the future.
Karim Mitha’s research looks at the mental health of people in ethnic communities – and how culture, marginalisation and identity all play a part in their experience of mental illness.