Tearful Mum Defends Son With ADHD Who Is Often Called A ‘Bully’ And Asks People To ‘Give Him A Chance’

A mum has spoken out in defence of her son who is often called a “bully” at school. Sonia Buckley, from Victoria, Australia, explained her son Billy has ADHD, ODD (oppositional defiant disorder), intellectual learning disabilities and a severe behaviour disorder.  In a six minute video shared on Facebook, the mum said she needs people’s help…

The Kenny Approach: How A Girl Raised The Emotional Wellbeing Of Pupils At School With A Booklet

A 12-year-old girl developed a workbook for children at her school to help pupils explore their feelings and be confident talking about their mental health. Cerys Kenny, who was 10 at the time, wanted to help children at Longwood Primary Academy in Essex overcome anger and cope a little better when they were having a hard time.  The workbook was…

Elle Style Awards: All The Red Carpet Dresses And Outfits You Need To See

Neelam Gill gave us cold weather style goals in a pillarbox red off-the-shoulder jumper at the Elle Style Awards. While Emma Watson wisely avoided posing on the chilly red carpet in her strapless Dior gown, and Debbie Harry and Vivienne Westwood brought the politics to the ceremony on Monday 13 February with ‘Politicians R Criminals’ badges. Scroll…

‘Minecraft’ Backstory Fan Theories: A Trip Down The Rabbit Hole Into The Pre-Steve? Apocalypse

What the hell is going on in ‘Minecraft’? No, not ‘with‘ Minecraft. We’re not asking about the reasons for its titanic success – though it is occasionally baffling how far the gravy train appears to have travelled into the underground, dragon-guarded cavern that houses Mojang founder Notch’s (and latterly Microsoft’s) glittering, ever-expanding bank account. What…

Illamasqua Launch S.O.P.H.I.E. Pencil And Blush For Sophie Lancaster Foundation Charity

Illamasqua has launched a makeup collection to support The Sophie Lancaster Foundation. In 2007, 20 year-old Sophie Lancaster and her boyfriend Robert Maltby, from Lancashire, were kicked, stamped on and left unconscious – simply for looking different. Lancaster later died from her injuries. To help eliminate prejudice and hatred across the UK, her mother Sylvia set up the foundation…

London Restaurant Launches ‘Pay It Forward’ Campaign To Spread Positivity Around The Capital

For years charitable folk have been “paying it forward” by helping out people they’ve never met. But now, one London business is helping turn Pay It Forward into an official movement.  Bakery-cum-restaurant chain Le Pain Quotidien has launched its very own Pay It Forward campaign this week, giving diners the opportunity to purchase an extra…

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