Why do the wrong people get blamed on social media?

Earlier this week I saw a video and status on Facebook, posted by a desperately concerned mum, who wanted to ensure her experience wasn’t encountered by anyone else. Subsequently her video was picked up by the popular LadBible page, which has 30million likes. This meant her post and video was being shared by hundreds of… Continue reading Why do the wrong people get blamed on social media?

World Suicide Prevention Day: You make a difference to someone every single day 

Being lost inside your own mind can be a horrible and scary place. Convincing yourself that no one needs you anymore, that everyone would be happier and better off without you in their lives. Feelings of such worthlessness.  The vicious circle of wanting to interact, to socialise, even going so far as to make arrangements but… Continue reading World Suicide Prevention Day: You make a difference to someone every single day