Your Child’s Mental Health | Kate Middleton Response

Kate Middleton has recently written an opinion piece in The Telegraph on the importance of mental health during a child’s early stages, especially in the first five years.

I use my platform personally to speak openly about how you can rework old habits, traumas and childhood issues to create a more positive future for yourself in adulthood. What the Princess of Wales is voicing is essentially stopping these issues from the root. This is absolutely true but I want to offer my perspective.

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Nurse strike action – can you put a price on burnout?

Recently, the UK has been hit with a series of strikes. The healthcare sector, in particular, is in crisis as nurses and ambulance workers plan to stage a few more days of industrial action in the upcoming months. The costs of living are rising and workers’ efforts should be adequately compensated to reflect that. But even if the staff’s pay increases, it’s impossible to put a price on someone’s mental health. The nurse strike shows that many workers are suffering from burnout.

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Is your January boring or blissful? How to have a successful 2023

The month of January seems to divide a lot of people in how we feel going into the new year.

The build up to the Christmas holidays starts earlier and earlier every year. With that, when you reach the crescendo, that plato in the new year can either be steep or steady.

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Should You Spend Christmas With Friends Rather Than Family This Year?

The most wonderful time of the year is just around the corner. But as joyful as it is, it also comes with many expectations, one of which is spending holidays with family. Unfortunately, in some people’s cases, the image of a happy family presented by the media isn’t the reality. Many might choose to spend Christmas with friends instead

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Andrew Tate: Why is toxic masculinity so bad for men’s mental health?


It has been a few weeks since Andrew Tate was banned from several major social media platforms. 

The backlash to the content that he was creating and the messages that he was delivering were loud. This forced many social media companies to take note and remove him from their platforms.

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Compensatory Masculinity: Is it Detrimental to Men’s Mental Health?


What is compensatory masculinity? In the past, the roles of men and women were clearly outlined. While women were in charge of childcare and homemaking, men’s lifestyle involved physical activity and seeking resources, which meant they had to constantly prove their status.

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