Category Archives for "Mental Health"

We Need To Talk

Mental Health

Share0 Tweet0 Share0 The workplace is an especially difficult place to talk about mental health. In fact, only 16% of employees feel able to disclose a mental health issue at work, with 68% of managers saying there are barriers to supporting mental health in the workplace.* Time to Talk Day encourages us all to start a […]

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If You Go Down To The Digital Woods Today…

Mental Health

Share0 Tweet0 Share0 The older generation will remember the first miraculous introduction of email at work or hold a sense of nostalgia for the screeches, beeps and pops synonymous with waiting for the ‘dial-up’ internet connection. These are Digital Immigrants, those brought up before widespread access to the internet and digital technology.  Children and young […]

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The Sleep Resolution

Mental Health

Share0 Tweet0 Share0 Do you see what I did there? Among the many New Year’s promises I’ve indulged in over the years, this is my most favourite…  Sleep more!  In a busy world where performance and the ability to make good decisions is prioritised, we do a great job of sabotaging our own success by not sleeping enough. And it’s […]

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It Needn’t Be Lonely This Christmas

Mental Health

Share0 Tweet0 Share0 Back in 1974, British glam rock band Mud topped the UK singles chart with the now-perennial festive season song ‘Lonely This Christmas’. They sold over 750,000 copies and stayed in the No.1 slot for four weeks over the Christmas period. I don’t know if the glam rockers in Mud ever experienced loneliness. Like […]

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I’ll Drink To That, Or Maybe Not…

Mental Health

Share0 Tweet0 Share0 Common mental disorders like anxiety and depression affect 1 in 5 women and 1 in 8 men. It may be tempting therefore to suggest that men are just tougher- women more fragile and delicate. Problem is, it’s over simplistic, not true and more than a little offensive. You see those stats only present half […]

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Have You Got His Back?

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Last year 4382 men took their own lives in the UK. That’s around 12 a day, right here in the United Kingdom.   It remains the biggest killer of men aged between 15 and 35 in this country, and takes more of our men than road traffic accidents or any other illness. Women are far from immune, but year on year around 75% […]

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