Loneliness and Mental Health

Loneliness can affect anyone and may be caused by things such as social isolation, retirement, loss of a loved one, or moving to a new place. It can catch you at any point in your life and is quite a

Gratitude

November is National Gratitude Month, so we want to highlight the benefits of gratitude for good mental health.

Gratitude is the feeling of appreciation and thankfulness for what we have, who we are,

OCD Checking Rituals

Have I checked it, was it locked? Did I check that I checked that I checked it? I will check it again. Many people have battled with these thoughts and fears over numerous situations throughout their

Bipolar Disorder Awareness

Bipolar Disorder is a mental health problem that mainly affects a person’s mood. If an individual has Bipolar Disorder, they are likely to have times where they experience; Manic or hypomanic episodes

John’s Story - Suicide Awareness

John, is 42 and works in IT. For the past few months, John has been feeling really down and he is having constant, arguments with his family. As a result of this he has become isolated, choosing to

Relaxing Your Mind & Body

We all have issues and problems in our lives and sometimes they can be overwhelming. It is always important to be able to relax and switch off to allow you to recharge your batteries. There are lots

Have you ever wondered about links between LGBTQIA+ & mental health?

Mental health problems can affect anyone at any time in their life. According to Mind 1 in 4 people will experience a mental health problem of some kind each year in England, these can be things like

Religion, Spirituality and Mental Health

A growing amount of research has examined the link between religious belief, religious practice, spirituality and mental health. The amassed research (collected by Psychology Today) indicates that

Disabilities and Mental Health

Adults with disabilities report experiencing frequent mental distress almost 5 times as often as adults without disabilities. People with a physical disability or physical health problem are more

Talking & Mental Health

It can be really difficult to talk about your feelings with friends or family. It's very common to feel worried about upsetting people you care about, and feel nervous about what people will think

Bullying & Mental Health

Keon is a young black British man in his late teens. During school is when the bullying and racism started. Name-calling, bullying, some children can be awful and pick on weakness and difference. In

Stigma & Discrimination

According to statistics, one in four of us will experience a mental health issue at some point of life. However, the simple fact is we all have mental health, like we all have physical health and can

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