It's cliché to say we need to 'talk about' mental health, but for Ben Smoke, 2017 was the year in which learning to reach out might well have saved a life.
On Sunday night London's LGBTQ+ community came together to mark the five year anniversary of a failed suicide attempt, a reminder of the power of community.
Once you've attempted to take your own life you can't just pretend it didn't happen. For Ben Smoke marking the occasion is a chance to embrace life, and call us all to action.
In Big Brother, Louis Quail presents an intimate look at the daily struggles his older sibling – Justin – encounters while living with the condition.
Dirty Sanchez made the Jackass crew seem like the Brady Bunch. But after so much partying, co-founder Matt Pritchard cleaned up his life with a new passion.
South Londoner Kim Noble has multiple personalities, 14 of whom are artists with their own distinct styles. Next month, their work will hang beside Francis Bacon and Salvador Dali.
Finding comfort in creating Instagram stories and embracing the beauty in their transience.
In a searingly honest interview, Gary Numan shares the highs and lows of an extraordinary career.
The poet’s secret artistic talents are unearthed for a new show at Washington D.C’s Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery.
Cyrus Shahrad sees electronic music as an emotional outlet, but he knows how draining the creative process can be. Here's his advice on how to keep going.
Living with mental ill health can feel like yelling into a void with nobody listening, it's a reality that performer and activist Liv Wynter learnt far too young.
Speaking out about mental health is a privilege Prince Harry can afford but most of us can't. Their Heads Together campaign stinks of privilege.