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  • Summertime Blues: Shed Light on Depression

    BANISH THOSE SUMMERTIME BLUES So Summertime is here.  The days are getting longer and the nights shorter.  Before we know it, it will be the longest day of the year.  A bright sunny Summer’s day can put a spring in ...more

  • Nutrition & Depression

    How Foods can lift your Moods…. Many of us experience a lift in mood in the Summer months.  We benefit from the longer days and any spells of good Summer weather.  It becomes more inviting to get out & about, ...more

  • Being a See Change Ambassador: what it means

    May is Green Ribbon Month. We’re  encouraged to wear a Green Ribbon to open up the conversation around mental health and help reduce stigma. See Change Ambassadors play an important role in this campaign, sharing their own lived experiences with mental illness ...more

  • Houseshares: Managing Conflict

    Is Housesharing becoming a Chore?   With housing at a premium, more of us are turning to house and flat-shares as an economical option, but, these arrangements can often throw light on differences in how we live, our behaviour and how ...more

  • Stress

    Are you feeling under Stress?  There are steps you can take to cope and better manage the stress in your life. Stress management starts with identifying the sources of stress in your life.  Not always as easy as it sounds; ...more

  • Mental Wellness

    Here’s some Tips to improve your mental wellness We can all feel a little out of balance at times, here are some tips to get things back on the right track again. Healthy Body, Healthy Mind! Taking care of your physical ...more

  • How to be Resilient & Positive & all that other good stuff

    Resilience is the ability to bounce back from adversity, a hardiness. It’s built up over time, usually with age, but we can speed up that process. Although it’s easier to be resilient if you’re naturally optimistic, resilience can also be ...more

  • Loneliness

    Contrary to popular belief, it’s not just older people who are affected by Loneliness. 80% of under 18 year olds talk about loneliness compared to 40% of the over 65s.  It’s a common problem amongst people of all ages & backgrounds ...more

  • Goals: What are you aiming for?

    It’s that time of year again! As we head into a new year, many of us set up resolutions to be better, to look better or to act better.  Often we focus on changing our physical selves.  Getting fit, giving up smoking, ...more

  • Suicide Grief at Christmas

    Whatever you choose to do this Christmas after losing someone to suicide, it’s important to note that there’s no right or wrong way of doing so. Grief is not about moving on from losing a loved one it’s about learning ...more

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