It’s time to push your negative thoughts aside, and read Happymind, part of the well-being and mental health blogging community. This blog caters for all kinds of people, from those who want to adopt a healthy lifestyle, to people who may be suffering from or caring for people with mental health problems.
This well-being guide is all about making things better, whether that be through a greater
AM I AUTISTIC? Is a new style of self-help book for the UK & US market which takes the reader through a step-by-step guide to autism self-diagnosis and also looks at the wider cultural issues that affect autistic people.
Originally launched in April 2015 as a digital-only title, the AM I AUTISTIC? print edition is now moving to a full release and will be available from December
Do you want to get your mind and body kick started this New Year? Trill Farm opens its doors for 2015 with an inspiring programme of courses and talks to get you thinking, learning and eating!
Trill Farm, near Axminster, is the brain child of Dr Romy Fraser OBE, the founder of Neal’s Yard Remedies. Set up in 2008, the 300 acre organic farm has become an
Would you like to get more done in 2015 than 2014? Guildfordian meditation, mindfulness and timefulness trainer Tom Evans knows how to do so:
“Anyone who puts aside ten minutes a day to meditate will be more relaxed, happy and creative as a result.
“By clearing your mind, you make space for decision-making clarity and remove thoughts that would usually serve as barriers to your best ideas.”
Katie Hopkins, the former reality TV contestant turned newspaper columnist has been awarded first place in the inaugural ‘Dishonours List’ by publisher The Bluffer’s Guides® for her “dogged persistence to offend everyone” she could in 2014.
Hopkins has hit headlines on an almost weekly basis this year for her strident and often offensive views on everything from ‘common’ children’s names to sexual politics. As such she has
By Magdalena Bak-Maier, trained neuroscientist and founder of Make Time Count – www.maketimecount.com
According to Mental Health First Aid charity, mental health costs British businesses an average of £1,000 a year for every single employee they have. Throughout our life time we are all likely to be impacted by mental health and illness in one form or another.
In my work as a coach and therapist I strongly
Dennis Robert Gooding of Elvaston Drive, Long Eaton, Derbyshire pleaded guilty to eight counts including stalking, harassment & breach of a previous restraining order and was sentenced to a one year in prison and an indefinite restraining order at Derbyshire Magistrates Court.
As well as terrorising several other unnamed victims, whose cases are still ongoing, Goodling conducted a 5 year revenge campaign against Michael Twomey, who runs
In previous decades, family members could always rely on their relatives to provide care and nurture. Times have changed, families sometimes fragment and the role of the support worker has grown increasingly more important.
The importance of support workers
If you want to assist a person who needs help with organising their life, or just some support in coping with the outside world and daily interactions, then this
A new study, launched on September 2nd 2014 has revealed that anyone looking for instant happiness need simply look to their past. Of the 2,040 UK adults surveyed, an overwhelming 80% of respondents stated that they were happiest when reminiscing about old times with friends and family, with just under half (45%) agreeing that reminiscing about past times gave them a greater, more prolonged emotional boost
What does it feel like to wake up speaking with a foreign accent from a country you’ve never visited?
In what can be a rare but mortifying turn of events sufferers can find the condition known as “Foreign Accent Syndrome” hugely devastating.
There have been highly publicised examples in the news, for example 49-year-old Kay Russell from Gloucestershire was horrified to hear her English accent be replaced
Finding a home may be one of the most stressful positions you will find yourself in, but you can reduce some of the issues by obtaining the help of a housing association. They will have all the expertise and knowledge to point you in the right direction.
If you live in the East Anglian region, one way of getting accommodation is to contact the Orwell Housing