The Croft Magazine // Being faced with emotions commonly seen as ‘ugly’ or unpleasant can be difficult as we believe their presence is a reflection on who we are, when this is far from the case. Maia considers how to cope with such feelings through recognition and acceptance.
The Croft Magazine // In this stressful time of deadlines, it can be tough to get enough good quality sleep. Our editors share their discoveries that have helped their sleep improve, from quick hacks to routine switch-ups.
The Croft // After a successful pilot episode, University of Bristol’s new student mental health podcast, Your Amazing Mind, is back: featuring a candid interview with Bristol student, Pip Sears, who openly discusses her battle with body dysmorphia.
The Croft // Through creative exploration of the senses, we can expand our world vision and experience the present in a new and invigorating light. Emelye Goult discusses the 'Collecting Covid' project and how we can apply these techniques to our own lives.
The Croft Magazine // In the latest instalment of our series looking at student-friendly alternative therapies, James explores how crystals have been used for centuries to promote healing and relaxation.
The Croft Magazine // With the anniversary of the first lockdown now behind us, Dayana considers the impact the pandemic has had on realising what's important in our lives – and how to survive another round of lockdown birthdays.
The Croft Magazine // A new mental health podcast for students is being launched on Monday, April 5th. The first episode features Miz Cracker, well-known from RuPaul’s Drag Race, who will discuss anxiety with podcast host Michael and student Brian.