Tag Archives: wellbeing

When the unexpected happens ………. How to maintain positive Mental Health during challenging times

Posted on : March 30, 2020

When the unexpected happens ………. How to maintain positive Mental Health during challenging times Our daily lives can be regularly interrupted by inconveniences and turns for the worse, but, for many of us, the current Covid-19 pandemic is a disruption like no other, forcing change in our lives that would...

Remote Reassurance: Caring for your Employees’ Mental Wellbeing During Self-isolation and Remote Working

Posted on : March 30, 2020

Remote Reassurance: Caring for your Employees' Mental Wellbeing During Self-isolation and Remote Working In this uncertain time, relentless changes to guidance and advice is becoming the new norm and adjusting to new information and change is essential for everyone in any professional or personal context. To reduce risks and the...

How to Look After Your Mental Health During Self-Isolation and Reduced Social Contact

Posted on : March 30, 2020

How to Look After Your Mental Health During Self-Isolation and Reduced Social Contact Understandably, it is a time of concern and unease for everyone. The seemingly relentless changes to guidance and advice mean that adjustments are happening quickly and often raising more questions than they answer. Alterations to the way...

Top Tips For Supporting Someone on Your Team with Mental Ill Health

Posted on : January 22, 2020

Did you know that mental health problems affect one in four people? When people experience a mental health condition, they may feel isolated, ashamed and worthless. They may feel that they have no one to talk to and no one to turn to. Mental health is something that we all...

Embrace JOMO (the Joy of Missing Out)

Posted on : January 17, 2020

Embrace JOMO (The Joy of Missing Out) Thanks to social media, we are now more connected than ever, yet this can actually create feelings of distance and disconnection. Being able to continuously check out where others are checking in, see the latest fads and favourites, and peer at ‘picture-perfect’ poses, the...

Mental Health: Another Burden On The Youth

Posted on : July 23, 2019

Guest Blogger Emily Owen, 16, writes about the stress and pressure that teenagers and young people are faced with. Many adults dismiss stress in teenagers as they don’t believe they have anything to stress about just because they don’t pay bills or have a job, but they have more stress...

Weather The Storm

Posted on : June 13, 2019

Living in such an uncertain time can have a great impact on your life and of those around you. As well as experiencing anxiety and low mood, symptoms you might also experience include physical effects such as pain, appetite change and sleep problems. The global situation isn’t just a storm...

Let’s Put the ‘Men’ in ‘Mental Health’

Posted on : June 11, 2019

Let's Put the 'Men' in 'Mental Health' One in four people experience a mental health condition every year, yet talking about mental health carries a greater stigma than talking about health issues. The facts speak for themselves: 1 in 8 men suffer from a common mental health condition. Suicide is...

Running And Me

Posted on : May 30, 2019

Running and Me It’s nearly the end of May, which means my 10k a day challenge is nearly over!! There have been times when I wasn’t sure I’d make it this far but now it’s nearly over I feel brilliant for sticking with it. I’ve been asked quite a few...

Just Another Magic Monday!

Posted on : May 30, 2019

Just Another Magic Monday! Here are our five tips to make your Monday amazing! Use positive language Being positive has a lot to do with the language that you use. If the language you use is mainly negative, this can have an adverse impact on you and those around you....

Asking for Help with Your Mental Health

Posted on : May 30, 2019

Asking for Help with Your Mental Health Depression can be something that is incredibly hard to talk about, not least for the person who is experiencing this condition. Often, the person with depression is not fully aware of their symptoms. It may have developed over a number of weeks or...

Time to Talk Day

Posted on : May 24, 2016

The importance of promoting wellbeing in the workplace is widely accepted, but it isn’t always clear how to do it. If you are looking for ideas then why not support Time to Talk day on the 4th February, it’s the perfect opportunity to get people talking about mental health in...

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