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Counselling – what do you think?

Have you ever thought about counselling? In the current economic climate, clients have to wait weeks, if not months, for free therapeutic support on the NHS. If you decide to go private, spending money on yourself might feel self-indulgent. Some people worry they’re wasting a professional’s time with their problems, because they might think “there’s …

Monday Mojo – Breathe Through It

Monday Mojo – feel-good motivation for the week ahead: Breathe through it Are you feeling the love? February is usually seen as the month of romance, where suddenly everything in the shops is red, pink or heart-shaped. If you’re feeling nurtured, nourished and appreciated then you might join in the joyful hype of celebrating Cupid …

Ditch the guilt: Take the pressure off and live life your way

“Exercise more. But don’t get too skinny. Make sure your kids eat well, but don’t indulge them. Sit quietly. But make your voice heard. Work hard. But make time for family and friends”. There seems to be an immense pressure to be perfect. Media messages are confusing, leaving people feeling overwhelmed. So, this Time to …

It’s Time to Talk

Time to Talk Day is on 1 February 2018. Wherever you are, you can talk about mental health. As a Time to Change Champion I work hard to raise awareness of mental health. So it’s important to know that if a person is struggling they probably won’t call even their closest friend – they don’t …

Monday Mojo – Know Your Code

Monday Mojo – feel-good motivation for the week ahead: Know Your Code Monday Mojo – Know Your Code Throughout the ages, we’ve used symbols as a way to help us interpret messages and write codes. But there’s also the code that women understand – the one where we just “know”. Female intuition is one of …

Monday Mojo – Sing Your Song

Monday Mojo – feel good motivation for the week ahead – Sing Your Song What song really speaks to you? I often say that music is like time travel. You can listen to a particular song, and be transported to another time and place, remembering where you were and what you were doing. Sometimes they’re …