Toxic people you need to avoid

There are certain people in life that can be very toxic to your happiness and can have a negative impact on your life. Some of these are unaware of the negative impact that they have on your life, and others seem to derive great satisfaction from creating chaos and pushing your buttons. Learning who these toxic people are and learning how to avoid them can really help you have a much happier and fulfilling life. It is important to remember that a truly toxic person will never be worth your time and energy. There are many types of toxic people. Gossipers This type of person like to talk about other people and loves to stir up conflict. A gossip is…

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How to help young children with their Anxieties and Fears

We have entered a difficult time during this pandemic which has caused a lot of anxieties and fears in people, especially young children. For some children, you may have found that being exposed to the news of the pandemic and the changes to their regular routine may have created anxieties and fears around death and health. For others, this may also have been triggered by an experience such as losing a pet or a loved one. Regardless of the circumstances, an adult in the child’s life such as a teacher, parent, carer, or grandparent can help the child process their anxieties so that they do not become overwhelmed. Down below are a few methods that you could use with a…

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Anxiety

What is Anxiety? Anxiety is a normal reaction to danger, the body’s automatic fight or flight response that is triggered when you feel threatened, under pressure or are facing a challenging situation such as moving to a new house, sitting a exam or an interview. Whilst some anxiety can be good can be good as it can help you stay alert and focused, when the worried and fears start to interfere in your daily like and stop you from functioning it can develop into an anxiety disorder. What are the symptoms of anxiety disorder? It is important to remember that anxiety is experienced differently by everybody. Feelings can range from a knot in the stomach to a racing heart. You…

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Keep a Healthy Home for a Healthy Body

A few years ago, I had some family staying at our home. While watching a movie, one of my nephews stood up in the middle of the room and began puking. I will save you the details, but know it was not a pleasant sight. A few minutes later, his brother joined in. We all stood around in shock; they had obviously come down with the stomach flu. No one likes getting sick, but I must confess that I am a really big wimp when I do catch the dreaded bug. Eager to defend my home, I grabbed my bottle of cleaner and several rags, ready to clean up. In the next two hours, I began sanitizing every surface in…

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Narcissistic Victim Disorder – What is it?

To understand Narcissistic Victim Disorder, you have to first understand what Narcissistic Personality Disorder is. Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) This is a personality disorder with a long-term pattern of abnormal behaviour characterised by exaggerated feelings of self-importance, an excessive need for admiration, and a lack of empathy. Those affected by this often spend a lot of their time thinking about achieving power or success, or spend a lot of time on their appearance. The behaviour typically begins around early adulthood, and occurs across a variety of social situations and they often take advantage of the people around them. The person with NPD can usually display arrogance and a distorted sense of superiority, and they may seek to establish abusive power…

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Mesothelioma Diagnoses: Understanding Grief and Acceptance

Passing away unexpectedly in a deep sleep is how most people envision their transition into the afterlife. No one wants a prolonged battle with a disease as they age. However, thousands of people deal with a cancer-linked diagnosis every year across the globe. Mesothelioma, in particular, is a difficult diagnosis for everyone involved. The emotional toll is significant for the patient and loved ones. Grief is an emotion that must be explored as people work through their emotions surrounding a serious diagnosis. Learn more about coping so that the journey isn’t too strenuous. Understanding the Diagnosis Mesothelioma is an ailment that impacts the lung lining. Cancerous tumors develop in the lining, which leads to breathing difficulties over time. This disease…

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Inspire Wellbeing This Year

I thought about writing this blog at the end of last year and then at the beginning of the year and at both times it didn’t sit right with me. Why you might ask? Well because during the festive period we are all so excited that we normally make great plans and promises to ourselves which we never really keep more than two weeks not the year. If we’re lucky and really really really committed to losing weight, being more organised, getting in more exercise , being in touch with family or whatever we have promised ourselves it may last till the end of the month or even two. So now I’m writing this blog to help you achieve your…

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Are you struggling to find love?

  Finding a meaningful relationship is usually on the top of most people’s list. Despite many people’s efforts into trying to find their true love and the millions of services available to help them, there are millions of people that are still struggling to find their true love. In fact in the UK 51% of people are single. It could be that the following roadblocks may be standing in your way to finding your love. It is worth looking at these roadblocks and worth working on you and getting yourself back out there. 1 Practical VS Superficial When looking for your love it is important to focus on shared goals, such as a desire to have a family or what…

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How To Manage Suicidal Feelings

Feeling suicidal is a common occurrence and can happen to any one of us. Often the people closest to you may not even realise that you are struggling and you may be feeling alone and isolated, which in turn may make you feel like no one cares, but it is so important to remember that the actions of your decision will not only just affect you but will affect all of your family members and friends, who do care but may not be aware how low you are feeling or may not know how to help you. I want to share with you some statistics from the year 2015. In 2015 there were 6639 suicides in the UK and the…

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How to Move On From Betrayal

What is Betrayal? When a betrayal can take place in a relationship it can be very upsetting and it can be filled with great emotional intensity. Feelings of guilt, sadness, anger and misplace of trust can be just some of the emotions that may be involved. However bad and intense the emotions may be, it is possible to overcome the betrayal if both individuals want to overcome it and move forward, however, this is not an easy task and nor will it be to everyone’s liking. It will be a hard, painful task for both of you but if both of you are willing to commit to repairing the damage, rebuilding the trust and reconnecting with each other then it…

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