Happy New Year! I’m sure many of you have been dragging yourselves through 2020, making your resolutions and just begging for the finish line shouting “Bring on 2021!?”
Now, I don’t mean to be the bearer of bad news, but I’m sure you’ve already realised that life doesn’t reset at 12.01am.
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Talking about mental health can be anxiety provoking. Especially when someone else’s mental health is in question.
You might feel like you should be there for them, but don’t know where to start or how to approach the subject.
Continue reading How to help a friend with their mental health issues
It can feel impossible to talk to a loved one when you’re feeling sad, upset or depressed.
When it comes to mental health you may feel that you should be able to cope by yourself. If you hurt your back, broke your arm or sprained your wrist, you wouldn’t hesitate to tell others that you had hurt yourself.
So, why should talking about your mental health be any different?
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I’m asked by so many people how to stick to their New Years resolutions. And the answer is actually simpler than you think.
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Do you overeat? Do you find yourself continuing to eat even when you are not hungry? Or feeling so full that you feel sick and tired? Many of us have, and it’s nothing to be ashamed of. Here, I take a look at some of the reasons we do it, and how you take steps to stop overeating.
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How often do you feel too full after eating? How often do you go to a restaurant and order too much food, or cook too much and keep eating until it’s all gone? Do you open a packet of biscuits and eat them all? These are all signs of overeating – and most of us have been there.
Continue reading Why am I overeating?