Boys in Mind

I was recently asked by charity Boys in Mind to write a piece for their website about my story, my struggles, and how vulnerability has helped me to manage my mental wellness as a man in the 21st century who is battling some nasty demons...

My Wellness Toolbox

There are certain practices that I have learnt over the past few years that have become necessities in my life for managing my anxiety. I strongly believe that it's vital to find healthy ways of dealing with life and its stressors and pace. I am not always as consistent with them as I'd like to... Continue Reading →

A note on grief

It was the 2nd anniversary of my mom's passing a few days ago, and this has coincided with me finishing up a book on grief called The Orphaned Adult by Alexander Levy. Because of what I learned in this book, I experienced this specifically heightened period of mourning in a different light. When I lost... Continue Reading →

Have you ever felt homeless?

Have you ever felt homeless? Not actually been homeless. But felt homeless. As though you had nowhere to go, like you didn’t really belong anywhere. Like your life had no anchor, as though you had nowhere to fall should things get a little too much. When my mom passed away at the end of 2017,... Continue Reading →

Men getting eating disorders too.

This is probably going to be one of the toughest posts I write and I am not entirely sure where it's going to go, so bare with me. Its time to delve into my complicated history with food, health and my eating disorder. This is not something I feel comfortable speaking about openly. I have... Continue Reading →

Why I avoid small talk

Recently I watched a TED Talk by Susan Cain about the power of introverts, and something she said really stuck with me. She spoke about small talk and how she, as an introvert, avoids it as much as possible. This sat with me because I have always swayed away from engaging in small talk. Be... Continue Reading →

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