When schools and universities break for summer it may seem like we have endless time ahead, but before long it’s time to get ready for the new school year.
Have you ever looked at the person on the desk next to you and wondered why they appear to be moving through the ranks of promotion seemingly effortlessly whilst you have been stuck in the same job for years?
Molly Russell was just 14 years old when she took her own life in 2017 and her story has resurfaced in the news last month after it was discovered that she was receiving self-harm related content online.
With festive decorations bedecking our cities and villages, Christmas trees aglow and stocking fillers being advertised, you would be forgiven to find it a bit odd that this first week of December is also Anger Awareness Week.
Most of us casually talk about ‘being obsessed’ with a new song/ book/food or being "a bit OCD" about cleaning the house before guests arrive, for example.
Remember the last time you were preparing for the first day in a new job?
Taking a break from our everyday routine can have huge mental health benefits and it doesn’t need a big holiday to make the difference.
Professor Ewan Gillon, chartered psychologist and clinical director of First Psychology Aberdeen, discusses the benefits of de-cluttering your life to boost mental health.
Most commonly diagnosed in children, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), is a condition whereby the individual suffers from restlessness and may struggle to concentrate.
13 Reasons Why, the show which tells the story of a teenage girl who commits suicide, recently premiered on Netflix and it seems as though everyone is talking about it.
Why would someone dress up as a clown to terrify people in the street?
Men: It’s time to take charge of your mental health, writes Professor Ewan Gillon, as he discusses the signs of male depression and offers his top tips.