How Wild Swimming Keeps My Mental Health Afloat
Ironically, the UK’s Covid-19 lockdown gave me the time to embrace wild swimming—just when I needed my lifeline most.
Evie Muir is a UK-based domestic abuse specialist and freelance journalist, specialising in BAMER (Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee) and LGBT+ experiences of abuse. Her writing seeks to explore issues of abuse, trauma, mental health and anti-racism in relation to wider socio-political contexts and current events.
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