Mental health, emotional wellbeing & personal development

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Take the Stress Out of Tech

Take the Stress Out of Tech

There’s no getting around the fact that technology has improved the world, but the impact hasn’t all been positive. Indeed, the rise of smartphones and the internet in general has presented some new issues for society. We’re more stressed than ever before, and while there […]

Anxiety, The Weird Impact It Can Have And How To Address Them

Anxiety, The Weird Impact It Can Have And How To Address Them

Anxiety is kind of a fact of life. There’s no real way to avoid it completely. If your professional life isn’t causing you to feel anxious, you can bet there’s an issue in your personal life that makes you want to scream into a pillow […]

How to cope with monotony

How to cope with monotony

I’m certainly someone who dislikes monotony. They say variety is the spice of life and I have always liked to lead an interesting and varied life. There are ways to cope with monotony and cope with a 9-5 existence. Even though every day is different […]

The Negative Health Impact of Stress

The Negative Health Impact of Stress

  While many of us have a good grasp of how stress affects our mental and emotional health, few are aware of the many different ways it can negatively impact our physical well-being. This infographic from Study Medicine Europe explores how stress can be a […]

5 Tips On Managing Stress & Anxiety

5 Tips On Managing Stress & Anxiety

Are you beleaguered by your busy everyday routine making you feel weary, sulky and depressed? Stressors can take a toll on your emotional wellbeing, seriously affecting your cognitive functioning and your zest to move on in life. The emotional distress & anxiety from bad experiences in life or […]

The mountain of should

The mountain of should

Are you climbing the ‘mountain of should’? How many “shoulds” do you have in your life? “Musts” and “shoulds” create anxiety and place unnecessary strains and stresses on us. Replace “should” with “could” and always challenge your “musts and shoulds”. Why must you? Why should […]

What is a panic attack?

What is a panic attack?

About 5% of people have experienced panic attacks.They can be very frightening. Without warning,a person can experience chest pains, sweat, hyperventilate and feel faint. During an attack, they often feel they are having a heart attack and might die. Stanley Schachter showed that experiencing an […]

Tips to decrease stress levels

Tips to decrease stress levels

Perhaps I am a little biased as I see stressed out clients on a daily basis but the research shows that stress levels are increasing. According to the Mental Health Foundation’s 2018 study on stress levels: In the past year, 74% of people have felt […]


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