Find some calm in the madness of the world
We all suffer from burnout now and again. Things build up and get on top of us and it suddenly feels like you don’t know what to do first, where to start, or even to start at all. Whether you are a parent, have a full time job, family commitments or have suffered a bereavement, or all of the above, burnout can happen at any time to anyone and without warning.
Counselling is available for everyone but there are a few things to consider. Is it the right time for me to have counselling, have I got the right counsellor, can I make the time needed to really engage in counselling? Is the time right for you? Have you got something either on your mind orContinue reading “Is counselling right for me?”
So many people tell you to increase your exercise routine when you are suffering mentally and for some, getting off the couch to use the bathroom is hard enough so being asked to do some kind of exercise is just too much. I remember thinking “But I feel so exhausted, I can’t possibly do anythingContinue reading “Exercise for Mental Health”
Nathan Filer has written this amazing book which I could not put down. Written about mental health, this book tells personal stories from the perspective of suffers and their loved ones. There are uncomfortable parts and some sections that made me cry, this book really does shine a light on the world of severe mentalContinue reading “This Book will Change Your Mind about Mental Health (book review)”
Did you see the show on Channel 4 this week, Davina McCall: Sex, Myths and the Menopause? It was so informative and gave me a sense of not being alone. For Davina to openly talk about her menopause experience cut through the taboo that we shouldn’t mention the menopause. Women have suffered in silence forContinue reading “Davina McCall and the Menopause”
Over the last few months I have felt like something alien has taken over my body and mind. I get forgetful and irritable, I ache pretty much all over, I have bursts of energy but am mainly exhausted and my periods are so irregular it is untrue. I didn’t think I could be menopausal justContinue reading “The Menopause and Me”
Dogs and babies seem to have no trouble with sleeping so why do so many of us have issues with sleeping? Many clients come to me saying that they are struggling to sleep. We look at the stresses that are causing them to lie awake at night and try to come up with a planContinue reading “Top 10 tips for a good night sleep”
At last, spring is coming, lockdown is easing and people are able to start meeting up with others. The vaccine is having an impact on the numbers of deaths in the UK from Covid-19, we have turned a corner. This feels like a new beginning, things are looking brighter, we can see the future lookingContinue reading “Everything is looking brighter”
Asking for help is the bravest thing you can do when you are having a hard time and I am sure you have heard about Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex having asked for help. It really is brave, admitting that you are struggling and that you are feeling like things can’t go on as theyContinue reading “The bravest thing you can do…”
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