Ben Roberts, August 20 2021
Talking about your mental health is part of taking control of your own wellbeing. Talking about your mental health can be an extremely effective way of coping with your problems. By talking about your mental health problems, you may also encourage other people around you to do the same so here are four reasons why talking about mental health is so important.
Ben Roberts, August 03 2021
The past 12 months has been tough. In fact, in 2020 60% of companies reported an increase in the most common mental health conditions, solidifying the fact that the pandemic has had an undeniable impact on our mental health. After a year of being separated from family with little social interaction it’s no surprise that we are feeling a little “meh”. But what does it mean when we are feeling a little “meh” or “Blah”? This is called languishing! And some experts believe this is the dominant emotion of 2021.
Clare Hurley, June 25 2021
Working from home has meant an increase in screen time. Here are some top tips to help you switch off and reduce the time you spend looking at devices