Author: Belinda Quantock “Don’t ever stop. Always keep going, no matter what happens and is taken from you. Even when life is so unfair, don’t give up.” – Ezio, Assassin’s Creed II (2007) About four years ago, something happened that changed my life very much for the worse. Never...
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The holiday season is upon us, and it can be a wonderful time of the year! Or it can be intensely overwhelming. Spending prolonged periods of time with family, having to exchange gifts or even just the constant pressure to complete the tasks before the year ends is enough...
The 3-Step Thinking Hack Pack is your guide to learning simple mind tricks which will change your entire life.
Tips on how to improve wellbeing – written by and for people who love video games.
This quick guide will teach you the symptoms and signs of stress, explore why it happens and how to recognise it, and of course, provide evidence-based advice about how to cope with stress.
It’s important to start with the basics. Explore facts about wellbeing and mental health, essential words to know, and learn quick tips on coping.
Even if you don’t have much experience with mental health (we all have some!) here are some simple things you can do to help gamers improve their wellbeing.
Now we know that video games can be good for mental health, and why, it’s time to look at some of those exciting projects that have taken on the challenge.
Continuing from last week’s episode, today we explore even more games that have featured mental illness – for better or worse. Features interviews with Alec Holowka, co-creator of Night in the Woods.
Whilst shooting the #CheckPointSeries, we interviewed a number of incredible and selfless individuals, who bravely shared their stories of mental health. Together, they are raising awareness and reducing stigma. Every one is a pillar of the games industry: from developers to journalists, musicians to YouTubers, all the way to...