Monday Mojo – Know Your People

How many people do you trust? As we get older, it’s often said that your circle gets smaller. You start to realise who you can count on. Who “gets” you. Who you would turn to when things go a bit pear-shaped.  But as we age, it’s also harder to make friends. At school we’d maybe justContinue reading “Monday Mojo – Know Your People”

How to help someone you’re worried about

When someone you love is struggling with their mental health, it can be hard to know what to say and do. Sometimes we can feel concerned if our efforts to help someone don’t seem to be working, or frustrated if they say they don’t want or need our help. There are a number of waysContinue reading “How to help someone you’re worried about”

Monday Mojo – Tap into Wisdom

How’s your intuition these days? Your spidey-sense.  Your inner wisdom.  Your gut.. ..and what’s it telling you? We are built to be “in tune” with our environment. Our body was designed to know when it’s time to go to sleep (before technology did its best to put a stop to that). It’s how we canContinue reading “Monday Mojo – Tap into Wisdom”

Understanding bereavement: why society needs to learn about grief

In 2019, Prince William surprised well-wishers outside Kensington Palace on what would have been his mother’s birthday, and it sparked a discussion on social media about the “right” way to grieve. “Shouldn’t people be “over it” by now?” ITV’s Loose Women joined in the conversation asking their followers how they mark the anniversary of theContinue reading “Understanding bereavement: why society needs to learn about grief”

Understanding bereavement and why society needs to change its views on grief

The news that Prince William surprised well-wishers outside Kensington Palace on what would have been his mother’s birthday, has sparked a discussion on social media about the “right” way to grieve. ITV’s Loose Women joined in the conversation asking their followers how they mark the anniversary of the death of a loved one. Let meContinue reading “Understanding bereavement and why society needs to change its views on grief”