Archive for Mental health news

Children’s Grief Awareness Week: How To Move Forward When The Unthinkable Happens

Children’s Grief Awareness Week: How To Move Forward When The Unthinkable Happens Four and a half years ago, my family’s happiness and stability were blown apart when my beautiful daughter, Liora was taken ill out of the blue and tragically lost her life to an aneurysm and pneumonia at the tender age of twenty. The […]

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How an unusual phobia can affect our life?

Do you think  our behaviours and experiences learned in childhood can determine our perception and mindset throughout our lives ? Do you think it  may lead to many struggles to live with what may seem to others as strange or peculiar fears or phobias, but which can be just as devastating on the sufferer”s life […]

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Ways to Overcome Your Fear of the Unknown and Tips on How to Lead a Happier Life during Covid19

Ways to Overcome Your Fear of the Unknown and Tips on How to Lead a Happier Life during Covid19 What does it mean to fear the unknown? What are some methods you can use to overcome your fears? Do you  know the effects that this phobia can have on your life and the lives of your […]

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5 ways to switch off from technology

The average Brit checks their phone 28 times a day, roughly once an hour, and it seems that we can’t stop. Our addiction to technology is only getting worse, and we have become solely reliant on how we use our phones, iPads and computers. Put it this way, without technology, a question rises ‘would we […]

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Vets have some of the highest suicide rates in the UK

Suicide rates among fresh graduate vets are on the rise in the UK, and something must be done. Latest figures released by the British Veterinary Association (BVA), show that the UK’s 22,000 vets have a suicide rate almost four times higher than the national average. Vets, like other medical professions in the UK suffer from […]

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Millennials in Britain have some of the worst mental wellbeing

Millennials, also known as Generation Y, follow Generation X and are often representing those born in the early 1980’s and the mid 1990’s to early 2000s. Millennials are a tough nut to crack in society, having experienced a lot of change economically, socially and culturally. Millennials seem to be the ones to carry a stigma […]

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