Written by Chelsea Cresswell a current 3rd year Youth Studies NTU student Hey, My names Chelsea Cresswell I am a current year 3 student studying youth studies. I would like you to hop on to my rollercoaster ha! This is the best way I can describe my mental health as my episodes are very up … More My mental health journey
By a BSc (Hons) Construction Management NTU Alumni Be The Master of Your Anxiety! Do you suffer from anxiety? You are not alone, although you may feel like that at first. · 1 in 4 people suffer from it (and probably increasing) · It isn’t a taboo subject · You are not weird or different … More Be The Master of Your Anxiety
Written by a Psychology (BSc) Second Year Listening to music has always been my way to unwind and as a result, I decided to pick up a guitar in my early teen years and learn to play. At first, as with anything, I wasn’t very good; but I honestly didn’t care, the love I had … More Dealing With Anxiety Through Music
Written by a Youth Studies BA(Hons) NTU Alumni Dance and music for me has always been something more than just movement and lyrics; it is something that reminds you of a place, a memory or a person as well as feelings of joy, sadness and exhilaration. Dance has always been there for me at some … More Art therapy: From surviving to striving
University can be a very overwhelming time. Whether you are right at the start of your journey and trying to make friends, or you’ve got a deadline coming up and you’re feeling stressed about it, uni life can sometimes get a bit much. So we’ve go some tips on how to deal with feeling overwhelmed … More Uni can be overwhelming…
By a current NTU student The new one at NTU … and everything starts all over again. New academic year and a lot of new students. NTU is one of the biggest University in UK and every year welcomes thousands of new students. Starting in a new place is very exciting but also can be … More Being a new international student at NTU
By Leanne Hall, an NTU Law Alumni Like a lot of 18 year olds, I set off for my first year at NTU full of excitement, anxiety and apprehension about what I was about to experience. The first term passed in no time at all. I had a good set of flat mates, loved studying … More Sometimes a challenge is exactly what you need!
By a 2nd year NTU student, Mandarin Chinese and International Relations As a student I totally and completely know how difficult it can be to look after yourself, especially when you’re dealing with deadlines or doing adult stuff like paying bills and doing your weekly shop. This post will provide tips to deal with … More Anxiety & Depression bogging you down?
By Brian Sanya Mondoh, a Law NTU Alumni. Qualified as a Barrister (England and Wales), Trainee Attorney-at-Law (Trinidad and Tobago) Life at the Bar, can I think, best be compared to a theatrical performance! Just like actors, barristers are ever so good at putting on faces, hiding their true feelings and emotions, and shutting out … More Mental health at the Bar: the truth behind the mask!