5 Tips to Build a Home Yoga Practise

This post on home yoga practises has been kindly written by Helen Faliveno of HMFYOGA. To find out more about Helen and her work please see below. A home yoga practise is a great way to look after our physical and mental health during these uncertain times. I have complied a list of tips and […]

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How are Bullying & Mental Health Connected?

This blog post on bullying and mental health was kindly written by Stephanie from Happy Beginnings. For full details of her work and social media handles please see below. Mental health is important at every stage in our lives: from childhood to old age. It has the capacity to impact our behaviour emotionally, psychologically, and […]

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How Do Movies Boost Our Mental Health?

This post on movies and mental health has kindly been written by Stephen from MovieSmart. For more information about Stephen and his website please see below. Over the past few months I’m sure all of us have found ourselves feeling isolated, depressed, and sometimes just not okay. This season of uncertainty has personally been really […]

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How to Improve the Mental Health of Children

In last week’s post by the wondeful UnwantedLife we explored why it’s essential that we teach young children about mental health. And looked at some age-appropriate ways to do so. Ensuring that you speak to children in an applicable way is integral to young people understand their mental health. Not only so they can vocalize […]

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How to Teach Children About Mental Health

This post on teaching children about mental health is kindly written by UnwantedLife. To find out more about their blog and social media channels please see below. I grew up in an extremely white town as a person who clearly looks black. As a result, I suffered a lot of racial abuse growing up. This […]

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A New Year Resolution or Two

Last year, inspired by numerous posts I saw about New Year’s resolutions, I started to give it some thought. The jury is still out on whether having a New Year’s resolution, or multiple, actually work. And you can find a lot of information online about how to make them stick. To me, New Year’s resolutions […]

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5 Books to Refresh Your Mind

This post on 5 Books for Self-Care was kindly written by Bijal from ReadwithBP for more information about her work and her social media channels check below. Life can be overwhelming, and we tend to forget to charge our minds and re-energise our lives with new thinking and fresh ideas. Reading is a form of […]

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Understanding Mental Health without Lived Experience

This post on understanding mental health is written by Gigi from GigiwithaBlog. To connect with Gigi see her social media links below. When I was a child, mental health didn’t seem to exist. It was as simple as that. We didn’t speak about it, or talk about feelings and mental health. So, I had no […]

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A Guide to Talking about Your Prenatal Mental Health

I needed time for the news that we were pregnant to sink in. Once it had, I knew I’d have to keep an eye on my mental health. Both prenatal and postnatal. Even before we were pregnant, when we decided to try, I was aware of the implications for myself. With a history of both […]

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Living With Chronic Pain: The Impact on Mental Health

This blog post on chronic pain was kindly written by Ann-Marie of Pathways Health. For more information about Pathways and for her social media channels please check below. Living with chronic pain is difficult, and that’s putting it mildly! Understandably, the experience of living with chronic pain can markedly impact your mental health. I live […]

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