Mental Health

How Can I Talk About My Mental Health?

I often see online that it’s good to talk about mental health, but I know the reality can be really hard for many people. What makes it so hard? We can’t see mental health as there are often no visible signs, which can make it difficult to let people know when we are struggling. Are

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9 Ways To Be Vulnerable Without Getting Hurt

Being vulnerable isn’t just for couples, it is important for friendships and any relationship in your life to get to a deeper level. It can be a very difficult thing to do, if it’s something that you’re not used to doing. Whether you’ve been hurt in the past by being open with a friend or

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4 Ways to Set Boundaries With Your Parents

When we are children our parents (or other caregivers) are responsible for us. We must listen to what they say, as they keep us safe. However, when this constant watching over you continues when you are an adult it can be very annoying – right? You don’t want to continue to be treated like a

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Eco Anxiety and You

Did you know that 1 in 6 people report experiencing a common mental health problem (like anxiety and depression) in any week in the UK? There can be so many reasons for someone to have anxiety, and it’s great that people are talking about their struggles and experiences with their own mental health. With all

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10 reasons why being called “over sensitive” is actually a compliment

In society there are those who are “over sensitive”, those who are “insensitive” and those who are somewhere inbetween! We’re all different and that’s great! But for those who are often told they’re “over sensitive” or “too emotional” and often feel hurt – this is for you… Firstly, when someone who is sensitive is told

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9 Practical Things You Can Do to Keep Track of Your Mental Health

It’s funny how we can share our progress pics from the gym on Insta without a second thought, but we rarely share our emotional progress with each other. As a society, we’re not talking about mental health enough. We’re taught to look after our bodies in a million different ways but nothing is said about

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5 Ways to Deal With War Anxiety

It seems that we’ve only just come out of lockdowns, constant COVID testing and life felt like it was just getting back to normal. But now we’re having headlines about Russia invading the Ukraine, possible WW3 and how everything is getting really expensive and terrible. It can be easy to feel yourself becoming negative and

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Six Things You Can Do If You Are Worried You Have An Eating Disorder

What is an eating disorder? Eating disorders are serious mental illnesses, characterised by disordered eating behaviour that might include restricting the amount of food eaten, eating very large quantities of food all at once, countering food eaten through purging or excessive exercise, or a combination of these. It’s important to remember that they’re not really

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Top 10 Tips for Overcoming Low Self-Esteem

Each and every one of us has self-esteem. Healthy self-esteem is really important as it helps you make positive choices in your everyday life. Low self-esteem can affect your mental health and ultimately your future.

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5 Ways To Feel More Confident

Some people seem to blast confidence wherever they go, where you might feel as if you’ll never quite get there. However confidence comes in many forms, and is different for everyone. It can be easy in a busy and constantly connected world to feel that those who shout the loudest are listened to above everyone

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