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Bethany Smith

Blogger and Web Content/Copywriter

Location icon United Kingdom

Experienced freelance writer with a demonstrated history of working in the online media industry. Skilled in blogging, social media, editing, and copywriting. Strong media and communication professional with a First Class Bachelor's degree from The University of Hull.

Email: [email protected] for commissions and enquiries.

How teachers are fighting to teach primary students about mental health

Experts have suggested that to effectively support children's mental health, there is an urgent and significant need for additional resources and provision in schools. Research carried about by the University of Manchester unveiled a 'mental health crisis' and found that schools were facing increased demand, with a decrease in resources and provision.

Travelling with kids | Top accessories, gadgets and games for Summer 2019

Summer is in full swing! For many of us, it's a time for family fun, making memories and maybe even a well-deserved holiday. Whether travelling abroad or staying a little closer to home, there is one question that sparks dread for every parent... "Are we nearly there yet?"

Loneliness: The rising threat to young adults' mental health

Research published from King's College London shows that young adults who are lonely are more likely to suffer mental health problems than their peers. With levels of mental illness and low well-being increasing across the UK, and about 75% of adults with a mental illness first experiencing symptoms before the age of 25, if loneliness is a key contributor then more needs to be done to tackle it.

Unusual Wedding Gifts | 8 Top Ideas for 2019

Wedding season is here and for many of us that means one thing: panic! The struggle to find the perfect gift is real and let's face it, there are only so many photo frames that one couple can use. Luckily, we've thought outside the box and compiled a list of unique wedding gifts that are bound to be appreciated.

You might see SAD as a winter thing, but it can hit in the summer

But for some people, summer is the time of the year that can worsen, or even trigger, feelings of anxiety and depression. Up to 29% of the UK population suffer from some degree of SAD, according to a 2014 study from The Weather Channel and YouGov.

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