: The Phases and Faces of Hypomania Imagine that every obstacle that comes your way is minimised. You're a giant Super Mario, the obstacles are the same size essentially but feel more like minute lumps in the road. What was once a 3ft wall is now merely a texture difference in the tarmac. Problem solving … Continue reading The Getting a Fuck-Ton Done Phase
In the pub one December evening in 2014 a friend and I decided it would be a really good idea to sign up for Tough Mudder. We decided it would be fun, it would be a real laugh and a challenge that was totally do-able. We 100% had it in the bag already, after a … Continue reading That Tough Mudder for MIND
People go to university for a number of different reasons. Some go to get a qualification that will help them get the job they want. Some go because they don't know what else to do for the time being, and university seems like a convenient way to decide what to do over the course of … Continue reading The University Lessons in Getting Better
For some people living independently is too much of a challenge. Especially those with mental health difficulties, as in looking after ourselves alone we can face challenges with daily functioning. Managing to wash, dress, take meds, fulfil our potential and live our lives to the full can be difficult when facing mental health challenges every … Continue reading What is Supported Accommodation?