Wellness is a trend and term I try not to attach myself too. It’s too vague, too rinsed in the media, too much of a buzzword, too catchy, too expensive, too…. well, vapid.
“Kids are going to try drugs, self harm and get pregnant. There is no way of stopping them, but it is about educating these kids so if they get into these situations they know how to get out of it”.
An investigation into the rise in teenage suicide and depression in UK’s leading educational institutions, and how two actresses are trying to help child mental health through issue based forum drama.
The medicinal qualities of walking are well documented. A cursory glance over any classic reading material will tell you such, but as we soldier into 2020 is the concept of a ‘long walk’ suddenly passé?
Attilus Caviar has cemented its reputation for raising the finest sturgeon in the world. Through a conscientious farm-to-table approach, Attilus Caviar is celebrated by chefs, culinary aficionados and foodies alike, writes Catherine McMaster.
In Northern Ireland the law forbids women from having an abortion unless there is a ‘serious risk to a pregnant woman’s life or of long term damage to her mental or physical health’.
The Enhance Disability spokeswoman talks about Cerebral palsy, disability fetishes and sexual desires
Alex Cavendish is a former inmate. He was moved between six prisons, and eventually was released in 2014. Adam Mac is a prisoner serving life at HMP Wakefield. Both reveal an institution marred by systematic drug abuse, assault, violence and rape.
David Wilson is a former governor of HM Grendon, an experimental psychiatric prison in Buckinghamshire. Grendon is unique within the British penal system as it operates entirely as a psychodrama and therapeutic community. Prisoners engage in drama and creative workshops, group art, music and wellbeing courses.
Journalist Catherine McMaster interviews the three chefs behind Genting’s flagship eateries for Quintessentially Magazine
‘Going to the seaside’ is a popular British rite of passage. Come the age of 12-14, it would be incredulous if you hadn’t visited or frequented the picturesque, balmy British coastline. Northerners might traverse to North Wales or the prettier Pembrokeshire. The Scottish stay local and go to their west coast. Southerners? It’s straight in the campervan, flooring it down…