I realised that more secret than the ‘gay thing’ was that, I was - and have been - a secret to myself.
This has been a long journey, but as I embark on my law degree at Queen’s, I am coming at the experience with a newfound maturity and sense of self and of purpose.
As a person with autism, finding my confidence took time - but I got there
Well, my story is that I have autism. As a child I didn't really have any friends outside of my family. But I gradually worked on this over time.
Growing up as a black person in Ireland has allowed me to promote the positivity of the African-Irish community
Africans Soaring in the Éire was a chance for us to amplify the contribution we bring to the community
Mind Your Mood shows what students can achieve when they work together
Student-led initiatives such as Mind Your Mood serve a huge purpose in addressing the stigma surrounding mental health
You need to find what works for you. For me, it’s running
I’m a big believer in the idea that mental health and physical wellbeing go together, that one’s as important as the other.