Face to face counselling is back ……………………. …………………………..just not how we know it
I have an outdoor space which is covered, sheltered and where we cannot be overheard by neighbours or people walking by. I have arranged seating which is over 2 metres distance away and will wipe down the chairs or remove the coverings […]
During this period of lock down, many people are living independently, some are with loved ones and some are with others they wouldn’t chose to be living with during this period. Life can be difficult for a multitude of reasons so here are some ideas, websites, links to videos that maybe useful to find some […]
At times of stress, most of us have found good ways of coping such as meeting up with friends to talk through our worries, talking things through with our partner or family. We may socialise with friends over a good meal, join others doing some exercise or meeting groups that have similar […]
How can coping tools help relieve panic attacks? Especially since most panic attacks feel like they come out of the blue, even though there is usually some sort of trigger. The trigger could be that you are getting anxious about having a panic attack. And why wouldn’t you be? They are one of the most […]
How to be productive at work while suffering with depression
Mental health problems such as depression are one of the leading causes of absences and productivity issues among employees. In 2010, a survey conducted by the UK IDEA (European Depression Association (EDA) revealed that 26 per cent of people in the UK have depression, and […]
Here’s a quote from Winston Churchill:
“When I look back on all these worries, I remember the story of the old man who said on his deathbed that he had had a lot of trouble in his life, most of which had never happened.”
I have found it to be […]
Mental health problems such as depression are one of the leading causes of absences and productivity issues among employees. In 2010, a survey conducted by the UK IDEA (European Depression Association (EDA) revealed that 26 per cent of people in the UK […]
Worrying? Worrying too much?
If your worrying is too severe that it’s already affecting your quality of life, you probably are a chronic worrier. Worrying is natural and believe it or not – it’s important to your security and survival. The problem is that when your worrying becomes excessive, you increase […]
Do you always find yourself feeling anxious every now and then and couldn’t figure out how to deal with it? Anxiety is something we all experience from time to time. But sometimes, it becomes unbearable that it already affects our quality of life. Anxiety involves both physical and mental symptoms that further stress us […]
Journalling? Keeping a diary? It can be a good idea to help you organise your thoughts daily. It can help you give an outlet to your thoughts and feelings like no other. Here are a few ways that it can help up when you keep a regular, daily journal.
Slowing down your thought process. If […]