Mental Health Is More Important Than University

I suppose my final points would be, be kind to people, you don’t know what they might be dealing with, what they have had to leave behind, or what they have escaped from.  It costs nothing to be kind.  Most of all though, know that there is no shame in taking a break, or even dropping out entirely if that is what is best for your mental health.  It doesn’t mean you are a failure; it doesn’t mean that you have no future; it means that you are prioritising your health and wellbeing; it means that you will not become another statistic; it means that you have your entire life ahead of you.

An Open Letter To University Students – You Should Be Proud!

Photo by Honey Yanibel Minaya Cruz on Unsplash The end of the academic year is finally here. After months of assignments, exams, and non-stop stressing, you can finally sigh a breath of relief. But remember to give yourself the credit you deserve. A University Experience Like No Other It has been a difficult academic year. … Continue reading An Open Letter To University Students – You Should Be Proud!

Dear My Teenage Self – Stay True To You

Photo by Álvaro Serrano on Unsplash Dear my teenage self, It’s been almost a decade since we last met. We are older and somewhat wiser now. We’ve been through lots and I swear things do get better. There are a few things I want to tell you, so listen up. I’ll be honest with you, things haven’t … Continue reading Dear My Teenage Self – Stay True To You

Editor’s Letter – May 2021: Welcome To Our New Home!

Photo By: Richie Hancox Hello everyone! First and foremost, welcome to Mental Magazine's new home here on WordPress! We are so excited to officially launch our new website! This has been in the works for some time now and we are so excited to showcase all of our amazing content, right here in our new … Continue reading Editor’s Letter – May 2021: Welcome To Our New Home!

What I Did Wrong At University – Aaron’s Experience

Aaron tells of his experience of university life. Picture by: Richie Hancox Having previously shared what I did right at university, it's time for me to share what I did wrong during my time in higher education. My journey is not over just yet, but this will give you an idea of what I could … Continue reading What I Did Wrong At University – Aaron’s Experience