Spoken word artist Priscila Hernandez talks to us about why she is passionate about supporting a movement for good mental health for all.
Becoming a Mum: the effect on body image
Treena talks to us about how she thought and felt towards her body, during pregnancy, immediately after childbirth and further into her post-natal journey.
Murry Macleod, frontman of the XCERTS speaks to us about why he is supporting our fundraising initiative MHF Live and why music is so important for his mental health.
Scott from the band TALK on overcoming addiction, and how exercise and music help his mental health on a daily basis.
Ben's story: anorexia to self-love
Ben talks about self-love and self-awareness. How these things improved his mental health after experiencing the exhaustion, insecurities and hate of his body that came with anorexia.
Gavin's story: running from the black dog
Gavin has experienced depression for many years and has unexpectedly become a keen runner. He slowly learned to become open about both his mental health and how running helps him to manage this.
My scars: journey to body acceptance
Sylvia Mac is a child burns survivor who created Love Disfigure, a community that raises awareness and support to those living with hidden & visible differences, bodily & facial. She wants to tell you about her journey to finding body acceptance.
Kyle Burgess from the band 'We Came From Wolves' talks to us about why music and creativity are so important for his mental health, and how music keeps him feeling alive.
Tom's Interactive Dungeons & Dragons Livestream
Tom Graeme-Drury held an interactive Dungeons & Dragons livestream to raise money during Mental Health Awareness Week.
Katie's story: body image after pregnancy
Katie found it hard when her body started to change during pregnancy and a traumatic birth saw her struggling to accept the amount of time it took to get back to 'normal' physically. However, after a few months she found she emerged with a new sense of pride and identity in her new body as a mum.