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They usually take us by surprise, just like a shart. I remember my first encounter with panic as vividly as the first time I sharted as an adult (for those not familiar with this term, a shart is when you try to fart, but let poop out at the same time). Trigger Warning: Assault At the age of 15 I used to hang around with a small group of guys and girls…. Read More

Do you ever wonder why you drink alcohol and the effect it has on you and your mental health? The whole world seems to revolve around alcohol, until you find these wonderful little bubbles, where people socialise over green tea, or coffee and people make friends without having to be tipsy or drunk. Why aren’t there more of these places? After my last night out, I had a really good time, but… Read More

A hot spot for beginner, advanced and non-yogi’s alike, Koh Phangan is pretty popular with everyone. The island is built upon quartz crystal, making many think it is charged with positive healing energy. Koh Phangan hosts a load of yoga spots nestled along side vegan and vegetarian eateries. All this with the added bonus of the sunshine, beaches, jungle and parties, you can see why this Thai island is a hit. Many come… Read More

The vicious circle of anxiety…
Its like putting a band-aid on, after someone falls over and grazes their knee. It happens again, but worse and they put a bigger plaster on it. Whats wrong with this scenario?

As we get ingrained in our day to day lives. making ends meat and looking after dependents, our own mental health is something that is often overlooked. I noticed this when my parents were caring for my dying grandparents; they carried on working, supported my Brother and I, cared for my Grandparents (with the help of my Auntie & Uncle), but it was evident that they stopped doing a lot of things… Read More

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