Try them out and see what happens. But remember, you have got this. You can do anything any other human being has done. You are the hero of this movie and it’s time to act like it.
I have recently realised that bathing my two year old daughter, Evie, has become a litmus test for my mental health.
50 million men worldwide have had a vasectomy — what lessons can we learn from them and how can they be linked to leadership styles?
We win more easily, when our motivations are pure, good, and kind.
When I was 29 I was a lost little boy, who had no clue about his own identity, or his role in the world. But then I met my future wife. She was 18 years old.
As a media lecturer in further education, it’s my job to stay up-to-date with current trends, but when my depression returned I thought taking a break would improve my mental health. I was wrong.
I can’t get around this idea that hitting is an acceptable educational tool.
Did you know some people now identify as an animal?
What if I told you that you were an awesome warrior, fighting a mental battle, far harder than physical combat?
Next time someone you don’t know makes contact or makes a negative comment, ask yourself, what would Gust Avrakotos say?
What happens when a group of 16–19 year olds are allowed to take over the official Snapchat account of Cumbria Constabulary?
What if I told you that the hundreds of hours you have spent adventuring in Skyrim was actually time well spent learning to hack life?
Dad and writer Darren Horne offers advice from the ‘here now’ mind of a person we all used to be.