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Tag: mental wellbeing

Jacq’s Journal: When brunch with a friend makes everything OK

Anyone else been asked 'How are you?' and replied 'I’m OK' when really you're anything but? People who know me well, always think I’m the extrovert in the group, upbeat and energetic,...

Lockdown and loose leaf: The meditative delights of Gong Fu tea

By Alex Antrobus At the risk of provoking outrage, I’ll start by saying this: for us Brits, there’s a danger of falling into the falsehood that the UK has a monopoly on tea...

Dry mouth, sweating, forgetting words – that’s Glossophobia, one of Brits’ biggest fears

Glossophobia, or speech anxiety, is the fear of public speaking, and it’s one of the most common everyday worries in the UK – affecting around 77% of Brits. It’s an issue that will...

Leading psychotherapist’s FIVE tips for beating post-pandemic anxiety and loneliness

Things may be slowly returning to a sort of normality, but the pandemic has left many people feeling anxious, confused, lonely and with little motivation to tackle life head on. It's particularly impacted...

Lockdown has made us re-think our worklife balance – this book is a must-read

Remote working and portfolio careers have now become commonplace in our working culture but how do you set boundaries and maintain a balance between work and life when technically, you’re always at...

How Lee overcame all the odds to inspire one million people with kindness

By Lee Chambers, Environmental Psychologist and Wellbeing Consultant I grew up in Bolton, Greater Manchester, from a mixed-race background in a working class setting. Initially, at primary school, I was curious but disruptive....

It’s Blue Monday, don’t let it get the better of you with these FIVE mood-boosting exercises

BLUE MONDAY is the name given to the third Monday of January, believed by many to be the most depressing day of the year and, with the nation under strict lockdown restrictions,...

Are you guilty of doomscrolling? Relax with the top 15 health apps

Over the last seven days, there’s been a 90% increase in Google searches for ‘doomscrolling’ and with lockdown 3.0 in full swing, consuming so much news can be seriously detrimental for our...