When we think of menopause, it is very likely to imagine the physical toll of hormonal changes. The loss of oestrogen during this time can wreak havoc on a person's mental health too.
September 10th was World Suicide Prevention Day. Hosted by the International Association for Suicide Prevention, the annual awareness day gave the globe a chance the discuss Suicide and the broader topics surrounding the issue.
September marks the back-to-school period for many children across the UK and the end of six weeks of holiday time for parents. However, whilst it is a sigh of relief for children to go back to school for many, the end of the summer holiday stress can be just the start of a new set of pressures that comes with new term time.
Inspiration comes and goes, and for creatives, it can be particularly stressful if they hit a wall, coming up blank with innovative ideas, normally when needed most. This lack of inspiration can lead to someone experiencing anxiety and other bad mental health issues. Read here with some helpful tips to find inspiration when inspiration seems lost.
Gambling is a serious addiction that can totally shatter the lives of those who suffer and those around them in many ways. Those who gamble normally do so under the guise of money gained easily. Gambling addiction can affect someone's health, finances, and relationships with others.
The National Centre for Social Research recently found that young people with mental health issues are three times less likely to pass their GCSE exams when compared to their peers. Therefore, it is more important than ever for a young person support network to rally around an individual if needed.
- Your core beliefs shape your world, but they are not always right GalleryAddiction, Alcoholism, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Blog Posts, Chronic Pain, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dementia, Depression, Domestic Violence and Emotional Abuse, Insomnia, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Personality Difficulties, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Psychotherapy
It is easier for us to admit when our thoughts and feelings are causing us harm than when our Core beliefs are. Our thoughts and feelings eventually tend to attract the attention of ourselves and others.