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  • How does it feel to rescue a friendship?

    How does it feel to rescue a friendship?

    A spoken word poet describes what happens when the good times come back

  • What is abstinence-only sex education?

    What is abstinence-only sex education?

    And why is it a divisive subject?

  • What’s it like to have Attention Deficit Disorder?

    What’s it like to have Attention Deficit Disorder?

    “I received hundreds of punishments for messing around in class”

  • Why are those with power opposed to ‘cancel culture’?

    Why are those with power opposed to ‘cancel culture’?

    The democratising voice of social media is being felt

  • What’s it like to have a parent with a brain disease?

    What’s it like to have a parent with a brain disease?

    Why one conversation can change everything

  • What happens when the pressure gets to you?

    What happens when the pressure gets to you?

    The weight of expectation can take a heavy toll

  • What’s it like to be a political outcast?

    What’s it like to be a political outcast?

    Why sometimes, a political debate runs deeper than a point of view

  • What’s it like to live with a parent with depression?

    What’s it like to live with a parent with depression?

    How one family’s approach helped them cope

  • Is makeup a mask or a tool to increase confidence?

    Is makeup a mask or a tool to increase confidence?

    Why beauty isn’t one-dimensional

  • What’s it like to come out as bisexual?

    What’s it like to come out as bisexual?

    How a fresh start led to an “overwhelmingly liberating experience”

  • How can we support friends through grief?

    How can we support friends through grief?

    Why it's better to ask the wrong questions than to not ask at all

  • Can you be friends with someone who has opposing political views?

    Can you be friends with someone who has opposing political views?

    There's nothing wrong with healthy debate, but what if it goes too far?

  • Why do we feel we need to drink alcohol to have fun?

    Why do we feel we need to drink alcohol to have fun?

    An ex-drinker and an expert share their views

  • How can I stop overthinking everything?

    How can I stop overthinking everything?

    How one young woman learnt to control her thought processes

  • How can I help a friend with anxiety?

    How can I help a friend with anxiety?

    A young man explains how two sentences changed his life.

  • How can I help a friend who is self-harming?

    How can I help a friend who is self-harming?

    A young woman shares her experience of supporting loved ones who self-harm.

  • Does gaming change my behaviour?

    Does gaming change my behaviour?

    We hear from a young gaming enthusiast and an expert on the behavioural implications of gaming…

  • Is streaming killing the music industry?

    Is streaming killing the music industry?

    A young music fan gives his opinion.

  • Should we turn off social media?

    Should we turn off social media?

    ...or not? An expert and a young person share their points of view.

  • How do young women cope with male harassment?

    How do young women cope with male harassment?

    We hear from Mary, who tells us about the impact of unwanted male attention.

  • Should we all learn to speak ‘properly’?

    Should we all learn to speak ‘properly’?

    We hear from a young writer and a professional linguist about the implications of accent discrimination.

  • Is the internet more stressful for young people with ADHD?

    Is the internet more stressful for young people with ADHD?

    Clarissa talks about her day-to-day life online - and shares advice for messaging friends with ADHD.

  • Is there a right way to do lockdown?

    Is there a right way to do lockdown?

    We’re all stuck at home right now, but while some people are feeling super-productive, others would rather stay in bed…

  • What’s life like for young people with epilepsy?

    What’s life like for young people with epilepsy?

    We hear from Jemima, who tells us how she learnt to live with epilepsy – and how she refused to let it dominate her life.

  • Why do we copy famous people?

    Why do we copy famous people?

    You probably know someone who mimics their favourite influencer or celebrity. What’s that all about - and is it dangerous?

  • Should we be worried about knife crime?

    Should we be worried about knife crime?

    ...and what can we do about it as it evolves and moves into new areas?

  • What’s the internet like for young people on the autism spectrum?

    What’s the internet like for young people on the autism spectrum?

    College students talk about their lives online - and experts explain the challenges and advantages of digital tech.

  • Should parents ask permission before posting about their children?

    Should parents ask permission before posting about their children?

    Embarrassing photos and status updates might feel harmless - but they can cause real problems in the future...

  • What can we do about eco-anxiety?

    What can we do about eco-anxiety?

    The threat of global warming can be scary - especially for children. A young activist and a climate psychology therapist have a conversation about eco-anxiety.

  • How dangerous is nos?

    How dangerous is nos?

    Nos (aka Laughing Gas or Nitrous Oxide) is getting pretty popular. Here’s what you should know about it...

  • Does looking at screens rot your brain?

    Does looking at screens rot your brain?

    ...or give you square eyes? An expert and a young person share their points of view.

  • What’s the best way to deal with exam stress?

    What’s the best way to deal with exam stress?

    We all get nervous before tests - but for some of us, the pressure becomes too much. We asked an Oxford student and a mental health expert for their top exam stress tips.

  • How important is it to get enough sleep?

    How important is it to get enough sleep?

    We’re constantly told how crucial it is to get our nine hours every night. Find out why - and what you can do to keep up the routine.

  • What’s it like to have an eating disorder online?

    What’s it like to have an eating disorder online?

    A young woman tells the story of her anorexia - and an eating disorder expert talks about how tech has made her job harder.

  • What is consent?

    What is consent?

    We talk to a young person and a consent expert about sexual violence and the importance of boundaries.