Making friends can be daunting, no matter what age you are. But the older we get the more difficult it becomes. Plus we now we have the added barrier of social distancing. Here are some of our tips for making and keeping friends for the long haul! Remember that you are not the only one. It
21st-25th June is Wellbeing Week 2021. Now in its third year, the week returns to provide the opportunity for people across the world to promote an overall awareness for the wide-ranging aspects of wellbeing, including social, physical, emotional, financial, career, and environmental wellbeing. Something which has never before been so important, in these challenging times.
Anxiety about returning to the workplace has become a prominent mental health issue in the UK over the past month. Fear and uncertainty is normal when faced with change but as the world slowly merges back into it’s pre-COVID state there are steps you can put in place to help you better cope with negative
Tell us a little bit about yourself and your experience of mental health: Hi I’m Alex! I’m 26, married, I love art, video games, musicals and I’m also transgender. I realised that I was trans when I was around 17 and suddenly all the scattered pieces of my life began to fit together, especially the
Tell us a bit about yourself and your experience with mental health: Hi my name is Lee. My experience with mental health involved a lot of self-doubt and self-loathing which in time lead to addiction and I became addicted to drugs. How did you cope with these challenges? My response to these challenges was initially
“What’s written is thoughts accompanied by feelings carried by emotions. Let it be said there’s no blame. These life events whisper my truths. A path in the right direction can lead to many journeys. Ours together can only flourish.” Mark Robbins Tell us about yourself and your experience with Mental Health. My name is Mark.