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Person-centred Care, not just for Health & Social Care

Person-centered care, not just for health and social care

Person-centered care is often a term used in health and social care. It’s an elusive term because there are different definitions and what it looks like with one will be different with the next. The health foundation defines four principles of person-centered care Individual care Coordinated care Activate maintenance With a thread of dignity, compassion…

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Mental Health

How I Drastically Reduced Social Anxiety And Negative Thoughts Through Mindfulness, by Mike Wilhelm

How I Dramatically Reduced Social Anxiety and Negative Thoughts Through Mindfulness, by Mike Wilhelm

In this post I am going to give you the careful details on how I managed to reduce social anxiety and negative thoughts in a very short amount of time. As you may know, negative emotions like shame and fear and negative thoughts like “I’m not smart enough” or “I don’t look good enough” can…

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Mental Health

Social Media Affects Influencers’ Mental Health

A cartoon picture of a crying woman is posted on a wall next to a road. Text reads

Social media influencers have had a tremendous impact on online culture, often serving as role models and mentors to the people who follow them. Influencers promote a particular lifestyle, different products and brands, and original content on their social media pages. Almost everything influencers post has been tailored to appear ideal and support an image….

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Mental Health

Strategies To Help Manage Social Anxiety – My Brain’s Not Broken

Strategies To Help Manage Social Anxiety – My Brain's Not Broken

Earlier this week, I opened a conversation about how social anxiety persists in a pandemic and how it can make it even more difficult to deal with. It helps that I can be more selective about social interactions because of the pandemic, but it also means that there are fewer opportunities to overcome and overcome…

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Mental Health

How Social Anxiety Operates in a COVID World – My Brain’s Not Broken

How Social Anxiety Operates in a COVID World – My Brain's Not Broken

Now that we’ve been through a pandemic for almost a year (or more, depending where you live) I have a good read on the types of articles written about this moment. One category that I see more than I would like are stories about how life is “different” now. Whether more meals are being delivered…

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Bella Hadid rocks colorful 90s inspired ensemble as she attends the Sidewalk Sale for Social Justice

Action: Bella Hadid put her words into action as she attended the Sidewalk Sale for Social Justice in Brooklyn, New York on Sunday

Bella Hadid has been outspoken about her support for the Black Lives Matter movement on social media. But the 23-year-old supermodel put her words into action as she attended the Sidewalk Sale for Social Justice in Brooklyn, New York on Sunday.  Not only did Hadid partake in the event benefiting a variety of causes associated with the…

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Motivational Stories

Carl Sandburg on Transcending the Pride and Vanity that Paralyze Social Justice – Brain Pickings

Carl Sandburg on Transcending the Pride and Vanity that Paralyze Social Justice – Brain Pickings

Carl Sandburg (January 6, 1878–July 22, 1967) left school at the age of thirteen to labor as a milk-wagon driver, then went on to win not one, not two, but three Pulitzer Prizes and to compose verses so beloved he would be remembered as “the Poet of the People.” During the years he spent working…

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