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Stress management

What are the causes of student stress? Why looking after your mental health at university is so important

Amidst all the fun and freedom, university can be a stressful time. Exam stress, financial worries, pressures to fit in and make new friends, all bring with them a unique set of challenges which can...

How to stop worrying about something – real life therapy techniques to stop excessive worrying

We all worry from time-to-time. Worries and anxieties – here and there – are a natural part of life. But when these worries become obsessive or begin interfering with our everyday life, they can end...

Thinking traps: how to let go of negative thoughts 

Thinking traps are patterns of thought – usually with a negative swing – which prevent us from seeing things as they really are. Otherwise known as cognitive distortions, thinking traps are often deeply ingrained in...

Why Do I Feel Like Something Bad is Going to Happen?

He’s 20 mins late. Something must have happened to him. Why’s there so much turbulence? The plane’s definitely going to crash. I’ve had a sore throat for 3 days now – maybe I’ve got cancer....

Work smarter, not harder for better mental health

How a better work/life balance contributes to better mental health As introductory lines to articles go, the one written for an Economist article in 1955 by Cyril Northcote Parkinson is perhaps one of the most...

It’s Stress Awareness Month – how can you reduce the impact of stress?

Is stress being caused by your life, or your thinking? While life situations can be the cause of our stress, it’s really important to explore how our thinking can contribute to creating unnecessary stress in...

Maintaining good psychological health during Christmas

How to be yourself while being with the family this Christmas No matter where you’re from, or which religious traditions form part of your family’s background, Christmas has universally come to symbolise a time where...

Stress awareness day

Understanding and applying stress management techniques: the remarkable connection between mind and body Stress management is a hard task in today’s busy world, but the best starting point is to listen to your body as...

The Stress Curve

What does your stress curve look like? Stress is looking to become the largest illness in the workplace, it’s important to keep a check of stress levels for your over health, both mental and physical....

Dealing with Exam Stress

The summer season can bring plenty of exam stress and feelings of being under pressure. The number of those dealing with exam stress is rising significantly according to the NSPCC and Childline, whilst TES cites...