Entries by Richie

Smile Britannia

So it seems that we maybe be heading for another lockdown, what you feel about this is shared by millions more people. Understand you’re not alone and we have all been here before and made it out, and we will do it again. We are more stronger and more resilient than we give ourselves credit […]

Sick Of Seeing Sad, by Mackenzie Jerks

Any chance my eyes get to glance I see sadness despite the gazes’ direction. All this parasitic pain poisoning the world and all anybody wants is genuine love and affection. Sadness evolves to anger swiftly; that’s energy evolving with hateful misdirection and a smile corresponding with mental clarity is a common misconception.  Guilt infects my […]

The BAME Community and Mental Health!

Are you aware that the BAME community in the UK are the most likely to develop mental health issues and are the least likely to seek mainstream help? If you are from the BAME community this should strike a chord with you, as member of the BAME community it certainly does for me. It triggers the […]

Another Routine Anxiety Attack

Poem by our amazing resident blogger Mackenzie Jerks. Dragging my feet all the way to my bed. I know I need sleep but I’d rather be busy instead. I close my eyes and my vision is red. My body knows what’s coming as my stomach fills with dread.  Although I never intend for it to […]

Mental Health is Still Waiting for its Messiah!

Mental health, mental health, mental health!!!  These days you seem to hear the phrase everywhere, as per my last article, COVID19 has done more to raise the awareness of mental health than any other factor in the last 10yrs! As the saying goes, better late than never! If there is a part of the human […]