March Anxiety: Alcoholism and Mental Health

Whilst deciding what issue I would like to focus on for this monthly anxiety article for March, I found myself debating a few different ideas. World Bi-Polar Day, Self-Injury Awareness Day and University Mental Health Day all provided such interesting angles to take, so it would prove difficult to narrow down the topic. In theContinue reading “March Anxiety: Alcoholism and Mental Health”

February Anxiety: Valentine’s Day and Mental Health

It’s Valentine Day tomorrow. The time of the year when we are encouraged to share and celebrate our love, compassion and togetherness. However, it can also be a holiday that creates many feelings of isolation and loneliness, which can be difficult to cope with, even more so this year. In this post we will addressContinue reading “February Anxiety: Valentine’s Day and Mental Health”

The 3 A’s of Coping: How to Deal with Change and Grow From It.

“Know what’s weird? Day by day nothing seems to change, but pretty soon, everything is different.” – Bill Watterson You and I both know that change is a constant and inevitable thing in life. That being said, it doesn’t make it any less difficult at times. Whether it’s small day to day changes or moreContinue reading “The 3 A’s of Coping: How to Deal with Change and Grow From It.”

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