21st of February

Acceptance


Because of the situation with Covid-19, there has been a general feeling that people are existing rather than living, and that collective resilience is down. The persistent state of survival/stress that we’ve all been experiencing has caused a variety of emotions. People are feeling worn-out.

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6th of December

Resilience Is More Than A Business Buzzword


Since the initial lockdown in March many people are still trying to find ways to cope – both personally and professionally. Having being dealt the initial blow of being locked down, then lockdown lifted, then tiers, then lockdown 2.0, then harsher tiers, we now have the prospect of a vaccine and maybe normality by April. That is the hope.

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27th of September

What’s Happening With Our Mental Health? (A Slight Rant)


Mad Hatter

Mental Health is a subject very close to my heart. I have experienced my own difficulties with mental health early in life and then experienced it later in life, professionally as a mental health nurse. As a result, I get very passionate about it, frustrated with commonly held beliefs, annoyed with some professionals having their ‘expert’ competitions with one another, deflated with social media coverage about it and struggle with the idea that we’re all suffering from mental illness when really, much mental ill-health is distress produced as a normal human reaction.

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