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Why Fundraising and Volunteering Can Play a Role in Positive Mental Health

Posted on : July 29, 2019

A fantastic way to enhance your happiness is to volunteer, fundraise or be kind to others. Studies show that people who volunteer and help others have fewer symptoms of depression and anxiety. This could be through small unplanned acts, such as a smile, thoughtful gesture or regular volunteering. Scientifically, there...

Weather The Storm

Posted on : June 13, 2019

Living with a mental health condition can have a great impact on your life and of those around you. As well as experiencing long term and overwhelming feelings of sadness, hopelessness and lethargy, symptoms also include physical effects such as pain, appetite change and sleep problems. A mental health condition...

Let’s Put the ‘Men’ in ‘Mental Health’

Posted on : June 11, 2019

Let's Put the 'Men' in 'Mental Health' One in four people experience a mental health condition every year, yet talking about mental health carries a greater stigma than talking about health issues. The facts speak for themselves: 1 in 8 men suffer from a common mental health condition. Suicide is...

Build your career resilience

Posted on : June 10, 2016

How would you deal with career disruption? How resilient would you be to a change of direction? The author of this article proposes six steps for building your career resilience. These steps will help you deal with any unplanned career changes, whether that’s being laid off or experiencing a major...

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