I want to encourage people who are slowly but surely changing systems. You may not see immediate fruit, but know that seeds are being planted. They will grow in due season. You have to believe that your work is not in vain, otherwise, why would you do what you do?
When your friends come over and bring dinner to take the weight off A delicious biryani, naan, and this mango, coconut steamed pudding for dessert. I'm well looked after, and very thankful pic.twitter.com/aI2dfEPsMC
Sometimes the world can seem dark, but I'm so often reminded of how kind and caring people can be on this app. You are all amazing
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Younger you is so proud. Not because you’ve moved mountains, but because you’ve climbed them. Because when things got hard you kept on climbing. Because when there were obstacles you found a way round. Younger you is so proud, because you kept on going.
The day I started seeing careers outside of academia as legitimate and rewarding alternatives, rather than crummy backup options, was the day I stopped having panic attacks about work.
Using one of my favourite vases today (old NHS glassware from pharmacy work at the hospital that were my Grandmother's). AND got friends coming over for dinner pic.twitter.com/0JMaj1MmTT
I wish more people understood that having depression & anxiety isn’t just feeling sad & worried & needing yoga. It’s feeling like the fact that you exist has completely ruined everyone’s lives & nothing you can do will ever fix that. It’s exhausting, physically & emotionally.
Day 5 of the
#Hatmar fundraiser for Cancer Hair Care UK!
I'll post a selfie of me wearing one of my 15 hats for the next 15 days. Send me a selfie of you wearing a hat, and for the first 100 followers, I'll add £1 to my base donation of £50!
How To Improve Academic Mental Health: - mental health trainings for faculty & staff - promote life-work balance - increase student stipends - foster an environment where it is okay to make mistakes - hold abusive advisors accountable - create a sense of community and supportpic.twitter.com/3kgh8rgdvb
It really is pretty damn remarkable that a government who talks about mental health being as important as physical health STILL hasn’t told us who the minister for mental health will be. Will there be one? Or are pounds and ounces more important?