Tag Archives: Depression
This week Lincoln Labour Students launched a campaign, ‘REVISE’, in order to introduce awareness of mental issues, reduce stigma, and improve services for mental health conditions both nationally and on campus, writes Karman Hussain, a member of Lincoln Labour Students.
With these being one of the most common mental health illnesses in the UK, Andrew Shaw delivers these tips on how you can help yourself to fight anxiety and depression.
Depression doesn’t always do bad things to people. Aaron Renfree shows us how depression can help as well as hinder with the story of Winston Churchill.
To help raise awareness of the prevalent issue of mental health and depression, we spoke to a University of Lincoln student, who reveals his story.
It is World Mental Health Day and to celebrate this, Unison held an event to raise awareness and support those who suffer from mental health illnesses.
The second part of our interview with a University of York student who sheds light on the complex issues of anxiety/depression.
With depression and anxiety being a largely misunderstood issue, The Linc spoke to a sufferer who shares her account of these disorders in Part 1 of this interview.
For some the feeling of going to a concert can leave them on a high, but for others it can leave them feeling depressed. Rebecca Caroline explores why.
Depression affects 15% of people at some point throughout their life. Stephanie Bolton looks at the common, but unspeakable, taboo.