Jack Smit, business managerWhat does mental health mean to you?"Mental health means to me: being in a great head space, in alignment with your body and therefore being able to perform optimally whether that be at work, at home or at play."
Last week our professional family for the last ten years (Family Services Thames Valley) came to the office with beef. Well, they had a cart-ful of fish, salad and other things but I am kinda partial to beef. The occasion was to mark leaving our first home.
I came across a young person’s story online about being embarrassed to reach out for help for their depression and how they thought they were the only person on earth that felt like this. In fact, there
Anyone who knows me knows that I really despise the YouTube channel “Game Theory.” This was originally because I have been a serious game theorist since long before Hyrule Historia crushed Zelda Timeline Theory, and I don’t like how the host of the show’s comedic approach to t
Most people don’t choose to be infected with HIV. In fact, for many women, they only developed this life-threatening condition because their partner didn’t know (or didn’t tell them) that they were HIV-positive.
I hate having social anxiety. It cripples me to no end. The constant self-barraging; the fear of looking or saying something stupid. The internalizing of every look, sigh or chortle – as if everything is directed towards me. Am I that important to garne
I struggle with always trying to achieve perfection. While that can make me ambitious and resourceful, it also makes me incredibly unhappy. I agonize over my yoga poses (are they as good as they can be? why can’t I touch my nose to my thigh yet?
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