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10 ways to improve your resilience

10 ways to improve your resilience – especially during exams This post is written by Elizabeth Mullenger; PAPYRUS volunteer and…

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Managing exam stress

The following blog is written by PAPYRUS volunteer, Nikita Joshi Exams can be a difficult time. Academic stress is known…

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12 Days 12 Ways PAPYRUS can support you this holid...

Scroll to the bottom of this page for resources and support Day 1 – PAPYRUS is here for you this…

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National Stress Awareness Day

The first Wednesday in November is National Stress Awareness Day. This is an opportunity to think about the effects of…

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International Non-binary People’s Day

International Non-binary People’s Day, is observed each year on 14 July and is aimed at celebrating non-binary people, and raising…

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Suicide Prevention

Suicide Prevention

This is a guest piece from one of our incredible PAPYRUS Champions As I write this piece I have heard…

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Navigating post-university depression

University life is a beautiful, crazy roller-coaster ride. For every indescribable high, there is often an equally challenging low and…

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Surviving Suicide and the Road to Recovery

It’s been almost a year since I last had a bad day. I’ve had bad hours, but I’ve not had…

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Keep Your Cool

Exams. Are. Stressful. There’s no denying it. With the assessments underway, we are here to help make sure you keep…

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What is stress? And what what we can do?

This is a guest post from Meera Phull. Meera is the Director of Brighter Minds, a service specialising in Cognitive…

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Young People, Domestic Abuse and Suicide

This is a guest piece from Carla Morris – Social Worker and Domestic Abuse Worker – as part of UK…

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University Mental Health Day

University Mental Health Day is here to bring everyone together to make mental health a university-wide priority. Although there isn’t…

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Living with ARFID: I’m not just a fussy eater

All I knew from the age of 18 months was that food was scary and anything out of my ‘norm’…

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Self-harm and Self-injury Awareness Day

March 1st is self-harm and self-injury awareness day. At PAPYRUS, our advisers speak to many young people who are struggling…

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‘What you having?’ A Lions Barber Bio by Craig...

‘What you having?’ A phrase used when the context is clear; there’s a mirror, an array of different sprays, gels…

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Finances at Christmas

Finances at Christmas None of us expected a year quite like 2020. For many, this year has been a year…

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