How to stay positive during Covid madness

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We’re not doctors. There is enough authoritative information online on how to survive COVID-19 — wash your hands like your life depends on it (because it probably does), wear surgical masks (not those silly fashion masks, please!) and keep a social distance. But what about your mental health? What about not losing your mind from […]

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Top Mental Health and Wellbeing Blogs

by Katie Easton One of the amazing things about blogs is that they promote conversations about mental health, and offer us ways to look after our well-being. Here’s a list of top mental health and well-being blogs that provide a wealth of resources and support within mental health and well-being. The Mighty is a digital […]

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Health Benefits of Learning a Second Language

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In today’s globalized world, more and more people know two (or more) languages. There are many benefits of learning a second language, from knowing one’s heritage to greater career prospects, and a standout benefit of the immense health benefits on the brain. While it is ideal to start learning a language as young as possible, […]

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5 Ways Stress Affects Your Body and Mind

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Everyone experiences stress regardless of age, sex, race or religion. It happens every day and manifests itself in various forms. According to the Global Health Organization of Stress, 80% of people experience stress at work, and it’s a major health concern for a lot of high school students. What is Stress? Stress is how the […]

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5 small changes to try that can help to alleviate anxiety

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“Anxiety is a normal, predictable part of life,” explains Tom Corboy, MFT, co-writer of the book The Mindfulness Workbook for OCD. However, in further words quoted by Psych Central, he adds that “people with an anxiety disorder are essentially phobic about the feeling state of anxiety.” In truth, it’s possible to feel anxiety about “just […]

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How To Make Your Home A De-Stress Zone

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by Anneka Dalrymple It is no secret that stress is a huge problem for most people in the UK. According to a study released by Mentalhealth.org in 2018: Nearly three-quarters of the population of the UK have felt too stressed to cope within the last year 32% of adults have felt suicidal because of stress 16% […]

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