Articles, Blogs and Media: Mental Health

Eleanor, the author of Be Ur Own Light is

-A Lifestyle blogger for :

Article on weight gain and mental health medication (January 2018):

-A Huffington Post UK Blogger.

-She is featured in Happiful Magazine’s February 2018 Issue (pg50-51) talking about recovery from bipolar disorder- read at


She has also written under her real name for:

Mind Charity- ‘Bipolar Disorder: What I wish someone had told me’ (December 2017)

Equilibrium Magazine- ‘Raising our Voices: On Stigma and Bipolar Disorder’ (November 2017)

World Union of Jewish Students- ‘Looking after Mental Health as a Student and Beyond’ (for World Mental Health Day 2017)

Counselling Directory  ‘Living with Bipolar Disorder’

Counsellors Cafe  ‘Top Tips from my Self Care Journey’

Rethink Mental Illness  ‘Chanukah, Christmas and my Anxiety’

Brighton Wellness Centre :

On Self confidence: Being your true, authentic self  (September 2017)

5 top tips to having a better sleep

Does skunk cannabis cause psychosis?

Beating seasonal effective disorder: setting small goals to relieve January blues

The Importance of talking through therapy and support networks

Reactions to illness stigma: living with others judgement

Changing habitual behaviour for a happier life: anxiety disorders

Mental Health New Years Resolutions

Bossing It! Academy

You can read more articles under pseudonyms, written by me at:

Time to Change UK

‘There should be no shame in experiencing psychosis’

‘I cannot imagine having bipolar without a support network’

Rethink Mental Illness (UK)

‘Drawing my sanity: Art Therapy during hospitalisation’

‘Surviving Depression and Suicidal thoughts’

‘Being Jewish and Bipolar’

Bipolar UK

‘What having Bipolar means for me’

The Counsellors Cafe

‘I will get there: on social anxiety’

Self Harm UK

‘I don’t want to hide anymore: on stigma’

‘An Amazing Care Coordinator: on anxiety’

The Monologues Project

‘People don’t always understand’- Part of the Show and Tell season: an interview about life with mental illness/my life.