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Members of the public talk about their various phobias, rational and irrational, and how they are affected by them.
Stressed out? Everyone gets stressed, but some people cope with it better than others – it’s like having a bag of stress which can only take so much, and we all have different sized bags.
Sam’s life is turned upside down when he falls for the new girl at school. Convinced that she’ll never notice him unless he has the perfect body, he hires a personal trainer.
An animation made by a group of young people, each with a story of self harm. With honesty and humour they share some advice and comfort to self harmers and their families.
Cordelia explains how she came to be diagnosed with Bipolar disorder, and what the two extreme moods, which define the condition, feel like when they strike.
Emily is a poet and a teacher, and has bipolar disorder. It’s a mental health illness that means she can feel very down or very up for no reason whatsoever.
“I’ve stopped seeing friends, I can’t trust people, I don’t know what’s real…” How does psychosis make you feel? This animation helps you to recognise the signs so you can get the help you need.
Oliver struggled with depression throughout his teens, and enhanced his problems with alcohol and drugs. Here he talks about getting over his depression and how great his life is now compared to how it used to be.
Tom, who has suffered from anorexia, discusses why he became anorexic. He highlights the dangers of associating the disease exclusively with women.
This film presents official definitions of the most common and well-known mental illnesses, in a way which is clear and concise for young people.
The perceptions and consequent implications of mental illlness in today’s society, particularly as a result of the media.