Published on February 16th, 2016 | by Flipside0
Students now acutely aware of how mental they are, due to EUSAs obsession with ‘Wellbeing’
In response to EUSA’s on-going Mental Health and Wellbeing Awareness Week, students have confirmed that they are now more aware than ever of how batshit crazy they are.
The Let’s Talk campaign has been aimed at ‘opening up conversation about mental health and giving you the tools to look out for yourself and friends’. As a result, students have reported that they are now able to identify themselves—and their friends—on the varying scales of nutjob, psychopath and freak.
Reflecting on their experience of Let’s Talk, students reacted positively to informing their mildly-alarmed flatmates that they, ‘kind of wanted to die that one time but it’s probably fine now’, with 6/10 agreeing that it was better than that awkward and decidedly sobering game of Never Have I Ever in 2014.
With overwhelming success, EUSA’s various workshops have included The Art of Sleeping for 22 Hours a Day, Crying Non-stop Without Breathing, Eating and Drinking Your Problems Away, and the ever-popular How to Section Your Friends.