Great Depression

Linking Social Media And Depression

Ales Zivkovic | Posted 26.10.2016 | UK Tech
Ales Zivkovic

Where research still lacks to provide an answer is what the chicken and what the egg is - does social media use cause depression or does depression result in more engagement online. A closer look into psychotherapy theory and what some of us encounter in therapy room can provide a bit more insight to this question.

Welcome to Cameronville: Only Empathy Can Rebuild a Civilised World

Amy Licence | Posted 21.06.2016 | UK Politics
Amy Licence

There is only one answer to the divisive rift at the heart of our society. That is empathy. Empathy for the physically and mentally unwell, for people of all ages and all classes from all countries, cultures, religions and backgrounds, for victims and criminals, for those who make mistakes and also those who have never erred. It should know no limits.

What the Great Depression Teaches Us About Ourselves

Shadi-Sade Sarreshtehdarzadeh | Posted 08.12.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Shadi-Sade Sarreshtehdarzadeh

Could it be that we are our happiest in the toughest times? That when the going gets rough, we band together and find comfort in others? One of my favourite films is Silver Linings Playbook (not just because of the bipolar element). The overall message of the film, unsurprisingly, is that if you work your hardest, you have a shot at a silver lining.

Triple Dip Recession or Depression?

Peter Morgan | Posted 28.03.2013 | UK Politics
Peter Morgan

Rather than seeing the depth of the problems and declaring the true state of the economy the government and economic community has largely denied the extent of the economic downturn to maintain their current policy.

What Economic Lessons Can the 1930s Teach Us?

Marcus Liddell | Posted 20.09.2012 | UK Politics
Marcus Liddell

The Great Depression of the 1930s is remembered as one of the worst economic periods in modern history. But statistics show that our current slump is in someways worse.

History's Lessons for Greece

Joseph Yackley | Posted 28.05.2012 | UK Politics
Joseph Yackley

Europe may have averted imminent disaster last month with its €130 billion bailout of Greece. But in this latest stopgap, European officials are repeating many of the mistakes their forebears made more than a century ago in their handling of debt crises in southern neighbours.

Goodbye 42nd Street, Hello Gypsy

Priya Mahida | Posted 22.03.2012 | UK Entertainment
Priya Mahida

Curve, a theatre located smack-bang in the city centre, provides visitors with an experience usually associated with only some London-based theatres. ...

The Great Depression Of 2013

Simon Dixon | Posted 22.10.2011 | UK Politics
Simon Dixon

With the markets in turmoil, I thought I would do some crystal balling for you. I am very hopeful of the future at the other end, but we will have a depression to get there.