The Lesser Known
In which, Indie will talk about the lesser-known symptoms of depression that a lot of people may not know about.
The Happiness Pill
In this article, Indie will be exposing the side effects of antidepressants and how to combat them when the medication gets too "rough."
depression with ant-vax parents
In this article, Katelyn demonstrates her struggle with juggling depression and her doctors’ and parents’ conflicting views on how to cure it.
Dealing with Depression and joining twe
Cody talks about his experience with depression, the advice from his GP and how being a member of TWE helped him
How to understand suicide
Fin talks about his personal story and how even if someone you didn’t know commits suicide, it can still affect you and others around you in sensitive ways and how to understand it.
seasonal depression and adulting
Jazz writes about how her experience with seasonal depression , and how it can hit even harder once you've grown up, and how to combat this
Kenzie talks about how sometimes feeling sad can be normal and justified and the importance of giving yourself time to just "feel sad".
Keeping a positive mindset
Yaz discusses depression; giving you the reader some facts and her personal experience and offers help by showing the support that can be given.
Digging yourself out of that rut
Paula explores the random feelings of a negative mindset and how to start thinking better to feel better.She explains how to start getting better starts with a decision to feel better.
Depression and A-Levels
Cheer Up Buttercup
I'm not tired!
Depression in the Winter
Lack of motivation
Decisions with depression
Productivity and bad days
On a bad day it can seem impossible to be productive. Jazz empathises and motivates to work through it
Depression vs life
Cassandra uses her experience with depression to provide advice regarding dealing with depression when it makes life difficult. She explains how she understands how difficult depression can be, and uses this to provide helpful pieces of advice to help you cope.
Going To School When Feeling Down
Katie explains how there is no 'normal' way to think, which can be especially useful when discussing mental health! Using her experiences, she is able to provide advice for dealing with depression.