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Meagan Berneaud's Halloween Story

26th October 2017 | Advice / Opinion

Meagan Berneaud's Halloween Story

One thing I always loved when I was younger was slumber parties with my friends. They’re pretty typical around here. Pillow fights, no sleep, chit chatting about boys, and scary stories.

Yup, you read that right.

When I was 11 years old and on the Youth League Cheerleading Squad, the team had a sleepover at one of the girls houses after a football game and it happened to be near Halloween time. Imagine 12+ girls crammed into a living room together giggling and telling funny stories and then deciding, “Hey let’s play stiff as a board, light as a feather” and then suddenly seeing some crazy ghost like figure in the mirror.

Listen for yourself and find out how the story ends. Just another dabble into the embarrassing life I’ve been living!

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Meagan Berneaud's Halloween Story

Meagan Berneaud tells you about the time she saw 'ghosts' in a mirror whilst at a cheerleading squad sleepover.... (7 minutes)

Lekhika Chaudhary on Mental Health (Part 2)

22nd October 2017 | Advice / Opinion

Lekhika Chaudhary on Mental Health (Part 2)

The following is a personal message from Lekhika Chaudhary about her on-air discussion on mental health...

School, college, university: education demands hard work, dedication but most of the all, a learning state of mind. With students across the country finding themselves overwhelmed, schools need to step up to the plate and find ways to support their students. Young people’s worries range from anxieties from exams, friendship concerns to body image. These mental health problems go untreated through school and just grow. The end result is an increased number of dropouts from university, to an increase in the misuse of alcohol and drugs and even an increased vulnerability to suicide.

Worries about exams and results are commonplace; however, worrying about your studies to the point where your mental health and physical health is negatively impacted is simply wrong. Teaching students how to balance their workload and how to adapt to changes will have a positive impact in the long run.

Personally, I am horrendous at dealing with changes – it is something I have been working on. I have been living in the UK for around 12 years now and I am still adjusting to various things. Due to that sudden change in my life, I find it hard to deal with any change, albeit big or small. When I left school and started university, my first month of commuting was filled with panic attacks on the tube. This still impacts me now but I have started to overcome this slowly and my friends have been a great help. Could my teachers have helped me when I moved to the UK? Yes, I had some great teachers who helped but the majority were at a loss as to how to help me to adjust.

By simply opening…

Kup & Gurr on Mental Health

17th October 2017 | Advice / Opinion

Kup & Gurr on Mental Health

Every Sunday on the first hour of TeenScope, George Kup and Callum Gurr (two friends on the opposite ends of the political spectrum) debate a variety of politics and current affairs issues.

This week, for W!ZARD Giving’s Mental Health Awareness Month, for the final segment of the show, they decided to ditch the debate in favour of passionate discussion regarding mental health and where to find help.

They started with a conversation regarding the last time they cried and they asked listeners whether they know anybody who suffered from ill mental health.

The result of the poll (stating that 88% of listeners did know somebody who had suffered from issues surrounding their mental health) made it apparent that nobody is alone in their suffering.

Listen to the full discussion below, now.

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George Kup and Callum Gurr on Mental Health

George Kup and Callum Gurr ditch the debate in favour of a discussion about mental health, and particularly the stigma around men suffering. (10 minutes)