Do you often tell your parents about your anxiousness? Growing up we often don’t talk about mental health. And now it’s impacting your studies. Emily Hua reports.
Ai Jia from Meld reminds everyone to check on their mental health during the outbreak and self isolation.
Whats up with international students and mental health? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Andrea Sim McWhinney, Adrianus Theodore Soerianto and Naomi Wu find out!
There are some things that you should never be brought up, especially to someone with a mental health condition. Yasmin Khushairi recommends you avoid saying these five things.
As a community, we don’t talk enough about the positive outcomes of undergoing mental health conditions. Tam Tran reveals how her battle with depression to self-improvement and a richer perspective on life.
Sometimes, the ones who struggle the most appear to be the most ‘normal’. Minh Giang shares her deeply personal story of how she has had to cope with the sudden loss of her friend in Vietnam.
Set short term goals so that you can build up your confidence to take on larger goals! Stevi Lee has her guide on which simple goals you should set and can tackle!
Want to improve your wellbeing and redecorate your room? Get a plant buddy! Trinity College Foundation Studies students Ka Mun Lee and Yi Hsin Chen recommend three plants to get you started.
Which games and mobile apps can improve your mental wellbeing, relieve you of stress and give you energy to refocus? Alain Nguyen offers his suggestions.
If you’re concerned about your friend’s mental wellbeing but unsure how you should speak to them about it, we have the guide for you. Wing Kuang spoke with student counsellor Camilo Martinez to assist students wishing to offer peer support.
Social media may be affecting your mental health in more ways than you know. Emmelyn Vincent explains how you can begin to reduce your use of social media today and begin improving your own mental wellbeing.
During Mental Health Week, Meld will be bringing to you a series of articles that aim to assist, educate and inform international students on what to do to improve their mental wellbeing. Stories will also include guides for students who may have a friend or family member undergoing mental issues.