We’re living through strange times. Living through a pandemic, for starters, feels like we’ve all been thrown the ultimate curveball, and it has had a huge effect on day-to-day life as well as mental health
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The long, hard months of lockdown are at last coming to an end, and as the UK opens up, we’re looking forward to getting back to normal life – or at least most of us are.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, mental health has come to the forefront of public discussion. Enforced lockdowns, job and money worries, and restrictions on social contact have affected people of all walks of life.
We can spend up to a third of our lives at work and so it’s no wonder that, on occasion, it presents us with significant stress. So, how do you keep work stress in check?
With unsettling lockdown and coronavirus news, and images of intensive care wards and exhausted NHS staff ever-present in the media, it’s no wonder that many of us struggle in lockdown. The key is to stay positive, but how can you bolster your mental and physical health to ward off negative thoughts?
Making place between 1st and 7th February 2021, Children’s Mental Health Week this year has a theme of ‘Express Yourself’. With the video message from the Duchess of Cambridge kicking the week off, the messages and activities around children’s mental health have never been more needed.