We live in a society were social media can help us feel connected to our family and friends, as well as our favourite celebrities, brands, products and influences where ever we maybe in the world any time or day. With access through social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat to name a few … Continue reading How to protect yourself from triggers on Social Media
A stigma within a workplace can occur as a result of stereotypes and negative perceptions towards an individual dealing with a mental illness, and in some cases can be a barrier for that individual from seeking help for what is often a very treatable condition. People living with a mental illness are frequently perceived as … Continue reading How could your boss eliminate stigma in your workplace?
In today’s blog we will be looking at perfectionism among millennials. So you may be asking yourself what age bracket or generation falls under the category of Millennial (also known as Generation Y or Gen Y). The age bracket is anyone that is born between the years of 1981 and 1996. Within the Millennial age … Continue reading Perfectionism among Milennials
In today’s blog we will be looking at the benefits of how and why therapy animals can work as support within our every day lives. We can all attest to the mood lifting and stress relieving benefits of having an animal within our lives. With our lives getting incredibly busy, you can’t help to smile … Continue reading Therapy Animals – How and why they work as support
Many people can be confused about the difference between a counsellor, a psychologist and a psychiatrist when they are seeking help either for themselves or for a loved one. It can be somewhat confusing when seeking assistance from one of these professionals, as there are many similarities and some differences between each role. It is … Continue reading What is the difference between a Counselor, a Psychologist, and a Psychiatrist?
We live in a society where its emphasised strongly on how we need to make sure we look after our health, wellbeing and safety within the workplace in order for it to be a safe and enjoyable experience for all involved. As Winston Churchill once quoted “If you find a job you love, you’ll never … Continue reading 10 Signs You Work In A Toxic Office
At some stage in our lives we have been in certain situations where we have spent time either overthinking about a situation whether it maybe buying that new outfit or product we saw online or in the shop, a conversation we may or are about to have with someone about a particular subject that you … Continue reading How to Stop Overthinking/Worrying About the Future
As human beings, we all have good and bad habits which we have developed over the course of our lives. Each and every single day, someone somewhere is looking at wanting to change or break that bad habit in their life. Whether it’s to become a better person, to change their circumstances in some way, … Continue reading 9 Habits of Unsuccessful People
We have all been at some stage within our working career when a situation has arisen where there’s been a communication break down between you and your colleague and our feelings towards that person or situation can leave us feeling irritable, angry and frustrated. When we look at the overall scheme of things, we as … Continue reading Ways to handle Negative Emotions at Work
We have all at some stage within our working careers had that one particular co-worker in the office, that no matter what you say to try to help their current situation or maybe just in general, has had a bad mood or attitude at work. Sometimes it can be that your co-worker will be in … Continue reading How to avoid catching a bad mood from your coworker