Hattie Gladwell, Metro

Hattie Gladwell


United Kingdom

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Past articles by Hattie:

When is it too hot to walk your dog?

If it's too hot for you, it's definitely too hot for them. → Read More

A year of Covid-19 restrictions has made us angrier – here’s how to handle the rage

A year of coronavirus restrictions and lockdowns had made us much quicker to get angry - why? And what can we do about it? → Read More

‘I have panic attacks when people breathe’: What it’s like to live with misophonia

Kate has been unable to sit and eat dinner with her family for a year and a half. → Read More

Let’s hope we can mix with family this Christmas – even if it does have to be outside

Loneliness is a killer and if the government isn’t careful, Christmas (or a lack thereof) could be the catalyst for a mental health disaster → Read More

New mums are worried about their children’s development as baby classes close in lockdown

Parents worry about their babies' social development amid the coronavirus pandemic, when interaction with others and support for mums is limited. → Read More

Woman who suddenly stopped urinating was in so much agony she attempted suicide

Kirsten spent years in agonising pain, battling infections and almost dying from sepsis, before finally getting a diagnosis of Fowler's syndrome. → Read More

Woman whose mystery illness left her suddenly paralysed had to use Siri to get urgent help when she couldn’t move

Elise Colquitt spent years in pain before finally being diagnosed with Sjogren's, a rare autoimmune condition that left her paralysed. → Read More

Women share the pain of years spent fighting for an endometriosis diagnosis

Research shows women spend seven and a half years waiting to get an official diagnosis of endometriosis. They share their symptoms and stories. → Read More

Woman’s OCD makes her constantly question if her partner loves her and ‘flip out’ with extreme jealousy

Kirstin's secret battle with OCD made her 'flip out' with jealousy and made life a living hell. → Read More

Man whose symptoms were dismissed as ‘anxiety’ for years now uses a wheelchair due to debilitating health condition

Zachary Moyer, has postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (PoTS), which means he now relies on a wheelchair as his body is under so much stress. → Read More

Woman who got permanent stoma bag says the surgery gave her her life back

Lauren Woodhall says she doesn't want pity, and wants to show that you can live a 'normal' life with a stoma bag. → Read More

Model sells naked photos to raise money for Lyme disease treatment

Michelle De Feo has started an OnlyFans to raise money to treat her Lyme disease. → Read More

I just gave birth during lockdown. I'm lonely, anxious and I can't get the mental health support I need

At my first midwife appointment, when I was 14 weeks pregnant, I was told I was high risk for postnatal depression. I had been living with bipolar disorder for five years, and had also been diagnosed with borderline personality disorder; postnatal depression, therefore was likely. → Read More

Woman who stopped fertility treatment due to Covid-19 discovers she's pregnant

Lauren Aitken was stunned to discover she had conceived naturally in lockdown after coronavirus pressed pause on her fertility treatments. → Read More

It's heartbreaking that my mother can’t hold my baby because of coronavirus. I won't take closeness for granted again

I found out I was pregnant in August 2019. It was unplanned, but I was over the moon. I’d had extensive abdominal surgery because of inflammatory bowel disease, and I’d been told I wouldn’t be able to conceive naturally. → Read More

10 New Year's resolutions to look after your mental health in 2020

Set yourself healthy goals that will improve your wellbeing, and boost your physical and mental health next year. → Read More

What to do if you find yourself in a mental health crisis over New Year’s

We find out where you can turn when mental health clinics and your local GP is closed, and you find yourself in need of help. → Read More

How to avoid family arguments at Christmas

Try to take time for yourself and remember it's just one day out of the whole year. → Read More

12 animals longing for their forever homes this Christmas after years in shelters

12 animals who are some of the longest serving pets of the RSPCA are looking for their forever homes this Christmas. → Read More

19 people on the things they hate most about big family Christmases

People talk about what they hate most about big family Christmas events and parties. → Read More