Nov 05, 2015
As far as Juliette Burton is concerned, Halloween can do one. Bring on the oohs, ahhs and romance of Bonfire night.
Oct 12, 2015
A surprise invite to the premiere of Suffragette left Juliette Burton with a fire in her belly and a shit-eating grin on her face.
Oct 09, 2015
Tomorrow is World Mental Health Day, making it a perfect time to explore the language used around mental health. Juliette Burton would like you to know that she’s not a psychopath.
Aug 10, 2015
Disordered eating can’t be checked in when you board a plane, and going away from routine can cause serious, seemingly unsurmountable, problems for those with food issues. Think about doing it anyway, says Juliette Burton.
Sep 28, 2015
#piggate distracted people from a lot of bad news, including the death of Michael O’Sullivan, a man with severe mental health problems who took his own life after being found “fit to work”. Meanwhile, Jeremy Corbyn has proposed a dedicated minister for mental health. How that might pan out remains to be seen, but something needs to happen, says Juliette Burton.
Aug 04, 2015
“Sticks and stones may break our bones, but words will never harm me.” So goes the old adage, which we all know is a crock of shit. Juliette Burton explains why one particular word leaves her sore as hell.
Jun 09, 2015
Standing up to the Protein World bullies thrust Juliette Burton into the news. It also got her a lot of negative attention. She explains why the time’s come to start standing up for herself.
Jun 30, 2015
Stigma and misunderstanding often prevent people seeking help in the early stages of mental illness. It’s time to change negative attitudes towards mental health, says Juliette Burton.
Jun 23, 2015
It’s not easy being weird, but Juliette Burton knows it’s always an adventure being with a weirdo, which is why the love of her life is a blue, furry, honk-nosed puppet.
Jun 11, 2015
There’s been an unprecedented rise in eating disorders in teens. Overeating and anorexia were the flip side of the same coin for Juliette Burton and both nearly killed her. She tells Standard Issue about her ongoing recovery.