Make Changes At Your Happiest! Summer is coming.

With Summer on the way we are finally feeling some glimmer of warmth and sun as we step outside. This brings about all kinds of emotions and feelings. A lot of us will be feeling happy, lighter, more driven and motivated – and there’s a reason for that.

Summer itself has an abundance of health benefits including Vitamin D, which we are usually lacking in the darker colder months.

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Are you feeling constantly let down?

Disappointed is something we all cannot escape. You might however feel like you just can’t find relief from feeling let down. It could be your friends, family, work and even the constant dreary rain as we come into Spring.

When feeling let down interferes with your normal routine and your emotional wellbeing, then it is certainly something to address. So what can you do about it?

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What Love Is Blind tells us about modern attitudes towards therapy

If I had a pound for every time therapy was mentioned on the latest season of Love Is Blind, I’d have enough money to cover the cost of my next session. Therapy became a hot topic among contestants in season six, a stark departure from its taboo status in the past. Having previously been taboo for so many years, therapy and discussions around mental health now seem to be commonplace when it comes to modern approaches to relationships

But what does Love Is Blind teach us about therapy today? Let’s examine two key couples to find out. Spoilers ahead!

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What do the Oscar Best Picture Nominees Say about Us?

The biggest night in the cinematic calendar is nearly here: the Academy Awards, where the alleged best of film is celebrated. Cinema has always been an excellent medium for capturing and evaluating human experience. Movies are only ever limited by the imagination of their makers, covering grand tales of wish fulfilment and small, private windows into the soul. This breadth of storytelling means cinema functions beyond pure entertainment. It can be a powerful psychological tool. Portraying stories of the marginalised can educate, and recognising the self on screen helps us feel validated. 

However, the whole of cinema can’t be represented by the Oscars. It can’t be, with only ten films nominated for the coveted Best Picture award, the pool is too shallow. And the films that are nominated have always been a mixed bag. Big budget celebrity-driven tales of heroes vs villains are often chosen, bolstered by a few independent films, where it’s the human story and not special effects that packs an emotional punch.

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Build a Long-term Gift for Mother’s Day

With International Women’s Day bordering Mother’s Day, this is a great time to shine a light on positive change for women and mother’s which spans further than gifts and a day of recognition.

Do you as a mother often feel forgotten, disregarded or taken advantage of? Or do you notice these things in your mum and you want to know how to change things for the better?

Let’s highlight how to create positive and long-term change within the home to create an equal and respectful family dynamic.

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