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Improve Your Family’s Mental Health at Home

Improve your family's mental health

By Rayanne Morriss Impressive mental health is characterized by feeling hopeful, resilient, happy, confident, adaptable, and staying in touch with people who are happy in our lives. When unexpected situations interrupt the way we live, our sanity begins to fluctuate. During the current crisis, many people find it daunting keeping their families in good mental…

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Studying with mental health difficulties and while being a parent is possible!

Studying with mental health difficulties and while being a parent is possible!

Jenna shares her experience of studying at the Open University as a single mother with mental health problems and building resilience through self-development. – – Jenna Araniello The Open University helped me a lot. Looking after my 2 children and homeschooling while in isolation was a struggle alongside studying. With a series of extensions and…

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6 Tips On Discussing Your Mental Health Issues With Your Friends

Discuss your mental health problems

By Stan Popovich Discussing your mental health problems with your friends might be an option for you. Are you having trouble explaining your mental health problems to family and friends? If so, here are six suggestions on how to discuss your mental health issues with your friends and relatives. # 1 Talk to a counselor…

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6 ways to support children’s mental health this winter

6 ways to support children’s mental health this winter

Winter can be harsh for all of us, and this year is certainly no exception. Julia Clements, Principal Educational Psychologist at Place2Be, shares six tips to help support our own and our children’s mental health during the colder months The winter months can sometimes be a drain on our mental health. This year, children across…

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Kenny Ethan Jones on mental health, role models and representation

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He made history by being the first trans man to lead a campaign, and since then the only avenue for activist Kenny is Ethan Jones, tackling issues from body politics to mental health with his signature dose of frank authenticity. Here we learn more about the journey that took him to where he is today…

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A Lesson in Stress and Mental Wellness – My Brain’s Not Broken

A Lesson in Stress and Mental Wellness – My Brain's Not Broken

After months of mental training to overcome COVID obstacles, I faced some new challenges in November. They are pretty common obstacles that many people deal with as they progressed into adulthood, but the circumstances of this year made it feel like a whole different challenge than anything I’d experienced. However, these challenges were also very…

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Advocating a ‘Whole Business Approach’ to Mental Health Training, by Jane McNeice

Endorsement of a Whole Business Approach to Mental Health Training by Jane McNeice

As a mental health training provider that has been offering courses since 2015, we have had the privilege of working with a wide variety of industries across all lines of business. We have delivered in many places, from small community halls, churches, airports, state-of-the-art office suites to high security environments, and met some fascinating people…

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5 Early Warning signs of Mental illnesses to watch in Seniors

Early warning sign

By Holly Shaw When it comes to physical illness, the signs and symptoms are easier to spot. The warning signs of mental health problems aren’t always too obvious, however. As you age, it is important to keep an eye on overall health and wellbeing. With age, so does his memory. Although memory loss usually occurs…

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Changing Vocabulary About My Own Mental Health – My Brain’s Not Broken

Changing Vocabulary About My Own Mental Health – My Brain's Not Broken

“Well, if you put it that way …” We’ve all had conversations when our opinions were challenged and our perspectives challenged. When we share our thoughts with others, our choice of words and phrasing are important – how can anyone else understand our point of view? Over the years I’ve learned that the way I…

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March of the times – Defying Mental Illness


It is the march of time. It is interesting that some religious groups are exempt from health and safety regulations (wearing hard hats), but the UK does not allow the gathering of services under public health regulations to combat Covid-19. Concern that the public health banner is being used against the Church in particular emerges from events.

March of the Times

The growth of the internet has exponentially expanded the channels of communication and with it the possibility of better remote control of events in many places. Unfortunately, in a world with improved access, human isolation seems to be the course of events in 2020. The global coordination of events has never been better than it is now. The vehicles for this will become the new gold standard. Zoom is quickly becoming the new Google.

It is the march of time. Rapid changes occur at every corner you turn. In the past, protective measures against the abuse of the rights of minority positions in relation to blanket rules for the common good were maintained. A clear example of this in the UK is the Sikhs’ exemption for the use of protective hats and helmets.

Governance is difficult, especially at a time when people are blatantly selling what they know is wrong to support their position. The “Big Brother” position is all too easy to achieve. Passion is required to win. However, winning should bring progress, not chaos.

The British approach to local locks allowed economic activity to continue. Once people lost their fear of virus compliance it became a problem. Whatever has been said about China, the enforced compliance that has been sustained for an effective period of time has given them space to return to life near normal.

Sometimes it can be worthwhile to amuse others to get things back on an acceptable playing field. Unfortunately, it is rare for most of us to accept what we do not accept for a set period of time. In addition, few, if any, government restrictions are ever lifted. There seem to be reasons for continuing it in one form or another.

Personal responsibility for health and wellbeing is difficult when we disagree with actions. The apostle Paul said to the Jew that I became a Jew, and among those without law I became one without law so that I might win some. Seeing a person’s point of view is not the same as agreeing to it. It provides a basis for an agreement. Can two go together if they don’t agree?

Whatever measures have been taken in China, they seem to have worked. If you attack the operating system it will not be eliminated. Going by and getting into an argument that isn’t your own is like taking a dog by the ear. They have to be bitten somehow.

Focusing on containing the virus is essential. so is the guarantee of freedom. People willingly sacrifice for what they believe in. When unnecessary topics are brought into the mix of things, we go around in circles.

In positions of authority, one must pay attention to handlers and shippers. God gives us personal responsibility that cannot be abdicated. Handlers or freight forwarders can distort a guide’s decisions and instructions. During my early years I saw a comedy series in which an interpreter was parodied to a colonial governor. This gatekeeper has always effectively modified the governor’s orders to his benefit, regardless of the governor’s position or intent.

More recently in my life I have seen the saying mirrored that the man is the head of the house while the woman is the neck that moves the head. I saw Wag the Dog on an inbound flight more than a decade ago. The neck analogy has always impressed me when it comes to this movie.

Some time ago I heard from a former prime minister who asked the successor to bring evidence to Parliament to prove that evidence was not being used for politics rather than the opposite. It is certainly the game of time when setting clear guidelines has never been so challenging.

In an era of fake news, flying taxis, etc., holding an authority has never been more difficult for any leader who wanted to maintain integrity

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How to Make Friends at University When You Struggle with Mental Health Difficulties

How to Make Friends at University When You Struggle with Mental Health Difficulties

6 Tips And Tricks From A Graduate On How To Make Friends At University When Struggling With Mental Health. – – Hester The best thing I took away from my university experience was an amazing group of supportive and like-minded friends – people I am close and connected to, who lifted, inspired and supported me….

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