Dealing with the Imposter

“I’ve written 11 books, but each time a new one comes out I think, uh-oh they’re going to find me out” – Maya Angelou The term ‘Imposter Syndrome’ was first coined in 1978 by psychologists… View Post

Self-Care in Lockdown

Life right now has a depressing sense of Deja vu. Most of the UK is again in lockdown, but this time it’s darker and colder. With social interaction decreasing, the negative effect on mental health is… View Post

B stands for BLACK

I’m not going to lie…I have been struggling! 3 months into the year, the UK went into lockdown following the Coronavirus pandemic – A pandemic which disproportionately affects people from Black, Asian and ethnic minority… View Post

Exercise & Mental health

Those that are closest to me know that I have a love affair with spinning. There’s something about sitting on a stationary bike in the dark with music blaring through the speakers, thighs burning as… View Post

Taking steps to therapy

Happy World Mental Health Day! What better way to promote mental health awareness than talking about how to access therapy. I’ve previously spoken about forming support networks, whether that be friends and family you can… View Post
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