cognitive behavioural therapy; psychology; relationship counselling

Tag: stress

How Lowering Stress Improves Your Relationships at Home and at Work

How Lowering Stress Improves Your Relationships at Home and at Work

Have you ever noticed how your relationships seem to suffer when you’re feeling stressed out?  It somehow seems like the world is pouring salt on your wounds, but in reality, it’s the stress that’s putting extra pressure on all your relationships.   The good news is that it’s temporary.  […]

The connection between anxiety and memory loss

The connection between anxiety and memory loss

Our memories can be affected when we are under periods of stress or experience some sort of disturbance in our mood. Having a significant anxiety disorder like GAD (Generalised anxiety disorder) can create some of these problems routinely, leaving people operating below their normal level of […]

What you didn’t know about worry

What you didn’t know about worry

We worry because we are afraid of uncertainty. Considering that uncertainty is a fact of life, worry is sure to be a major component of our lives. But it doesn’t have to be… What you didn’t know about worry may surprise you. We worry in […]

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 […]

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 […]