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    Mental Health Awareness Week: Improving your Mental Wellbeing

    Mental health problems are incredibly common. It is estimated that 1 in 6 people in the past week have experienced a common mental health problem. Just as people are not defined by their physical injuries and disabilities, mental illness is not a character flaw and is not a sign of personal weakness. Defining people by their […]


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    Mental Health Awareness Week: Managing Stress

    Everybody knows what it is like to feel stressed. Stress can be a useful drive that can help us to be more productive and feel more energised*, however chronic stress that becomes overwhelming over time can, not only, make existing mental health problems worse, but contribute to the development of mental health problems too.* If […]


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    Mental Health Awareness Week: Self-esteem

    Self-esteem refers to the beliefs that we have about ourselves. This includes the opinions we have about our personalities, character traits, behaviours, abilities, strengths and weaknesses. People with healthy self-esteems will generally have a positive opinion of themselves. As such, although these people will experience tough times, they will be able to cope better than […]


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    Mental Health Awareness Week: Eating Disorders

    Our relationship with food can be complicated, and often changes depending on our mood in the current moment. For this reason it might be difficult to recognise when an occasional food problem, such as comfort eating or undereating in times of stress, has escalated into an eating disorder. An eating disorder is an eating problem […]


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    Mental Health Awareness Week: Anxiety

    Anxiety is used to describe feelings of unease, worry and fear. This includes physical sensations we might experience when we are struggling with anxiety. It’s normal to feel tense and fearful at the prospect of big event or decision you’re facing, especially if it is going to have a big influence on your future; for example […]