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Be kind to yourself

Be kind to yourself

The theme for this years Mental Health Awareness week is Kindness but what does this mean?  The American Activist Bryant McGill is quoted to say “The first rule of kindness is to be kind to yourself”.  Watch my latest video where I explore what this theme...
Taking the rough with the smooth

Taking the rough with the smooth

A week ago Little Miss B entered the world. Amidst the fear and uncertainty, she is a reminder that even in the darkest times, there is always a glimmer of hope. Rainbows have become the symbol of the hope we all carry that we will get through this pandemic. And for...
Stopping those negative thoughts

Stopping those negative thoughts

Right now we all have to accept there will be days where we feel positive.  Conversely however, there will be other days where we can feel overwhelmed by the uncertainty of the Coronavirus.  Watch my video where I share how I have been feeling today and some of the...
Living with uncertainty – Keeping a battle rhythm

Living with uncertainty – Keeping a battle rhythm

For the first time in the last two weeks, I stumbled into bed in a completely different mood and mindset. My feelings of fear and anxiety had been replaced by something else; I felt happy. Earlier that evening I had joined my Military Wives Choir for a zoom choir...
Living with uncertainty – Don’t try to be perfect

Living with uncertainty – Don’t try to be perfect

There is a pressure for us all to be in control of our thoughts, feelings and actions amidst the uncertainty of the Coronavirus.  Whilst there may be times when we feel like we are on top of things, there will be times when this is not the case.  Remembering that no...
Living with uncertainty – Don’t bottle it up

Living with uncertainty – Don’t bottle it up

Expressing how we feel at the moment is an important part of maintaining good emotional wellbeing.  It’s normal to have worries, concerns, and anxieties, especially given the current circumstances.  By bottling our feelings up, its easy to become overwhelmed. ...