I recently filmed a video where I read my Youtube comments.
I’ll admit, I was a little nervous to go through them, but the main reason for it was to let Youtube viewers know that I have been reading their comments.
Continue reading I read my Youtube comments, I was scared…
Just like most of us, I got through the latest series of Sex Education in a single weekend.
I see it as Gen Z’s Inbetweeners and what Grange Hill was attempting to do. And this is why I love how Sex Education is set in the fictional village Moordale, which could be placed anywhere between 1965 and the present day.
Continue reading We’re angry about Sex Education | Should Ottis be getting the brunt of it?
Britney Spears has been making waves in the news this past year. She has been known for decades as a nineties popstar and with a reputation for being somewhat unpredictable. Yet many fans have worried about her mental health for years.
Continue reading Free Britney | What does this mean for Britney Spears’ Mental Health?
Elon Musk hosted Saturday Night Live and announced that he is the first with Asperger’s Syndrome to host the show.
His appearance was a huge success. Even though – as he put it – he doesn’t have much “intonation or variation” in his voice.
Continue reading If Elon Musk can do it, you can do it too.
As usual, I’m always happy to see constant new research and studies published linking social media and our mental health or societal expectations.
Continue reading What is the TRUE relation between social media and mental health?
This week I wanted to really take a look at a character with a dark past. Not just the dark past but how they deal with that baggage and how it can affect them. The Joker is one of the most famous fictional villains. In 2019 they released Joker, with Joaquin Phoenix portraying his origin story, and I was shocked at how deep this movie delved into Arthur Fleck’s (The Joker) background and the descent on his mental health.
Continue reading Therapist Reviews Joker (2019 Movie)