Blogs on tackling Youth Loneliness, written by young people for young people.
Hear from other young Scots about tackling youth loneliness and the issues that matter most to them.
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Hannah explains a bit about what small talk is and why it can be difficult for some people, along with some tips for your small talk skills.
In this blog Lara shares her personal advice on how to deal with and overcome feelings of loneliness.
Kira shares her experience as a young carer and how focusing on sport helped her balance responsibilities and combat loneliness.
Ally shares with us her experience of loneliness and how she decided to deal with it through visual art.
Jahan explains her journey moving from Pakistan to Scotland and how the changes and differences in culture, language, heritage and lifestyle had an impact on her mental health and well-being.
Ashely explains how some people may feel isolated due to the colour of their skin, and why that makes Black History Month all the more important.
Mehr-un-Nisa shares her story of how writing has helped with overcoming feelings of loneliness.
Alasdair talks about some of the things you can do to get out of your house and make the most of your free time.
Theo explains their journey of becoming disabled during lockdown and the ableism they faced. They also share some insight into how they would like to be treated.
Maria shares her journey with loneliness and how it made her distance herself from her culture.
This is a short essay on loneliness written by published Author, Environmentalist and ARTivist, Tafadzwa Ashely.