Time and again, life overwhelms us. An upcoming event may prove a source of anxiety either due to its importance or the feeling of unpreparedness.
A New Year often heralds the promise of a new start, providing us with an opportunity to take a moment to sit back and take a fresh look at what we would like to achieve in the brand new year ahead.
Traumatic events, if left unacknowledged or untreated, have the ability to alter our health and mental wellbeing permanently.
Feeling well, both physically and mentally depends on having a varied, well-balanced diet that includes all of the essential nutrients our body and mind need to function at their best.
Research reveals a significant number of managers are uncomfortable speaking with their employees about illness and feel most uncomfortable discussing cancer
Emma Bullen from MHR provides practical advice on how managers can initiate conversations about mental health with employees and create a positive culture around mental well being in the workplace.
If someone is going through a difficult time in their life, it might help to talk. If there is something they find difficult to think through
Sonya, is a Sales Manager in a Pharmaceutical company, a position that had taken her over 10 years to attain.
How are you feeling today? Exhausted, overwhelmed, cynical, bored, apathetic, dissatisfied, despondent, anxious, annoyed, unstimulated? Did you have similar emotions a week ago? How about a month ago?