Panic Attacks – Taking Back Control

Panic Attacks – Taking Back Control

Nearly 1 in 3 people will experience a panic attack in their lifetime. Emma from our team has history of panic attacks since 11 years old, but it came to a head during the pandemic – feeling overwhelmed and uncertain made Emma’s false alarms more frequent and heightened. As a result, Emma has been researching […]

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Anxiety in a Pandemic Part 2

How are you getting on with navigating life after lockdown? For me, it’s been a real rollercoaster! Balancing the expectations and opinions society, workplaces, family, friends and strangers have on us can be a challenge, so I wanted to share my experiences in the hope that it lets you know that you’re not alone. I […]

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Anxiety in a Pandemic

Although my work is in the Wellbeing Industry, this post is an emotive one for me, as I’m sure like many reading this, our family, our loved ones are our priority. Seeing a loved one suffering is a painful experience, for me, more painful than anything I could possibly be going through in my own […]

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Children’s Mental Health

1 in 6 children and young people have a diagnosable mental health problem, and many more struggle with challenges from bullying to bereavement. Human beings change and grow. We do it all the time and in many different ways. Physical growth is easy to see, but growing emotionally is an important part of our development. […]

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Toxic Positivity

The world of social media is so full of amazing, positive messages, but what happens when that positivity becomes a bit too excessive and stifling? Toxic positivity is the belief that no matter how difficult a situation is, people should maintain a positive mindset. It’s a “good vibes only” approach to life. And while there […]

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