How has the lock-down got you feeling? We share our team's top tips you can use and ways to look after your wellbeing during lockdown.
Nobody is born wanting to hurt, harm, or neglect themselves. Nobody is born wanting to act against one’s own interests or to ignore their basic needs.
When you are going through a difficult time it is important to feel supported by those around you, whether that be your family, colleagues or health professionals. Trust is another essential part in helping those suffering from mental health problems to overcome these issues and ensure they can focus on a brighter future ahead.
According to the World Health Organisation (WHO) nearly two-thirds of people with a known mental disorder don’t seek help from a health professional. Stigma, discrimination and neglect prevent care and treatment from reaching people with mental disorders.
Imagine waking up in the morning and not being able to remember what you did the day before or how to complete your daily tasks at work? This can be a confusing and a highly emotional experience.
Marriage is a clear life goal for many people and often leads to a time of settling down and having children. The initial bond between spouses is invariably very strong and when this relationship begins to break down, it can turn to bitterness, resentment and anger, especially where addictions are involved.
The word ‘cancer’ brings fear to many of us. Unfortunately, one in two of us will suffer from a form of cancer in our lifetimes. Cancer impacts not only the person suffering but often those closest to them too. Therefore, it is vital to have the right support in what can be an emotional and traumatic time.
When a baby passes away because of stillbirth or neonatal death, it’s very sad. There’s no right way for you and your partner to feel or to grieve the death of your baby. People deal with this grief in their own ways.