In Need of Nature

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We need nature, and we know it. Spending two hours every week, either at one go or spaced out over several days, results in increased health and a stronger sense of wellbeing, according to a study … Read more

Readjusting to the adjustment | Part 1

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Talk of the ‘new normal’ has become quite popular nowadays. This stems from the measures that have been taken in order to control COVID-19. Aside from having to accept the fact that we are facing a … Read more

Readjusting to the adjustment |Part 2

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There are many small things one can incorporate in their life in order to motivate themselves and cope with all these changes that COVID-19 has brought about. These include engaging in creative tasks, managing our time … Read more

Herbs for Mental Health

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Tea is a powerful plant that supports our wellbeing, when it is used mindfully and with respect. Throughout recorded history and across civilisations, tea still plays an important role in diverse communities and cultures.

The many … Read more

7 Myths surrounding suicide

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MYTH: Talking about suicide is likely to be interpreted as encouragement or helps push the person to commit suicide.
Suicide is a taboo subject and as a result many people fear or avoid talking about it. Read more

I feel so irritable during Summer

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Perhaps many of us have thought about how a dark rainy period in the winter impacts our mood, however the summer heat can also impact our mood just as much. Research shows a link between hot … Read more

Understanding Stress and Anxiety.

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Stress and anxiety appear to be a common ailment across various ages and despite this, it can still feel very isolating. Through my research on this topic, I came across the work of Dr Arielle Schwartz, … Read more