Mental health, emotional wellbeing & personal development

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Find out what’s good for your mental health. How to stay sane in a crazy world and protect your mental health

Loving a narcissist

Loving a narcissist

  Loving a narcissist Loving a narcissist is a major challenge, relationships require expert navigation to succeed and loving a narcissist requires strong will and self awareness to survive. Narcissistic personality disorder is a mental disorder where a person has an inflated sense of their […]

Tips for mood management

Tips for mood management

Moods fluctuate and sometimes we may wish we could be more in control of our emotions. I have put together some great tips to help with mood management. Mood management Be more aware of your ‘mental diet’. What are you telling yourself on a regular […]

4 Ways to Help Your Teen Cope with Anxiety

4 Ways to Help Your Teen Cope with Anxiety

Any mental health issue in a young person is difficult, and anxiety is particularly upsetting to deal with as a parent. Your teen may suffer many mood swings, bad habits and poor sleeping patterns, and you may feel as though there is no solution. However, […]

Signs that you don’t value yourself enough

Signs that you don’t value yourself enough

Have you ever asked yourself whether you value yourself enough? When we value ourselves we tend to have increased happiness levels, we maintain clear boundaries and we have no problem speaking up for ourselves. We are born blank slates, as we grow older we begin […]

What narcissists don’t want you to know

What narcissists don’t want you to know

I came across this brilliantly written article on narcissism. Had to copy it – very accurate! The article refers to the narcissist as “he” but narcissism affects females too.   The narcissist does not want you to know that if he does not receive a […]

The reasons why you feel so lost and wiped out

The reasons why you feel so lost and wiped out

People pleasing People pleasing often comes from low self esteem. We don’t like ourselves enough and this increases our need for external validation. We end up running ourselves ragged in an attempt to  feel better about ourselves. Not very clever is it? You will never […]

Reactive attachment disorder

Reactive attachment disorder

Reactive attachment disorder (RAD) is often a result of an inability to form close attachment bonds with a primary caregiver (often a parent) during childhood. This lack of attachment is often caused by a neglectful or dysfunctional relationship between the infant/child and the parent. The […]

Why We Can’t Talk About Mental Health Without Talking About Physical Health

Why We Can’t Talk About Mental Health Without Talking About Physical Health

There has been a lot of talk about mental health in the past few years. It’s becoming a growing problem in today’s society. A lot of younger women suffer from mental health issues and solutions are far and few in-between. Medication is often unreliable in […]