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Christmas time is often portrayed as a time of joy, laughter, family, and magical experiences. But that is not the case for many, and it’s ok to not be ok at Christmas. 2020 has been a difficult year for a lot of people, with redundancies, businesses struggling to survive, stretched finances, children at home 24/7…
It is understandable to be worried about a friend with anxiety and not know how to support them if you have never experienced it yourself. But there are some simple things you can do to help and ways to offer support without fearing that you will say or do the wrong thing. What is anxiety?…
With local lockdowns upon us, and further national lockdowns looming, could this be our chance to slow down, put ourselves first for once and use it as a spring board into living the life we dream of?
Childhood trauma comes in many forms, but one thing is clear, it can have long-lasting and devastating effects on people’s lives.
But it doesn’t need to stay that way, and there is light at the end of the tunnel with the right support in place.
When life gets hectic, it can seem like finding a sense of inner peace is frankly impossible to reach. But it is closer than you think.
Life has ups and downs for us all. And whist some people appear to have more ‘bad luck’ than others, it is important to know that you are not in this alone.
Making mistakes is a natural part of life, but can they benefit us in the future and how do we actually learn from mistakes? Let’s get one thing straight, we all make mistakes. It doesn’t matter what our age or gender is, what our background or class is, or what we do for a living.…
Change is inevitable and a normal part of life. These strategies will help you navigate change and come out the other side more resilient.
For many, their home is a place of safety, a sanctuary, a retreat away from the strains and stresses of daily life. But for those experiencing domestic abuse, their homes can be an unsafe place, full of fear and uncertainty. With the COVID-19 pandemic upon us, we’re in unprecedented times and being urged to stay…
Life can be hard, especially if you’re dealing with abuse, trauma, grief or a difficult situation, so here are 6 ways to feel more positive.