Mental Health

Busted: 7 Eating Disorder Myths That Are Not True

Eating disorders can be tricky to handle. If you have one, or know someone who does, it can be tough to know what’s happening or sort fact from fiction. There are lots of things that we often automatically think are true about eating disorders that actually are not, and there lots of different types that

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This is What OCD is NOT

For years, the real meaning of what it is to live with OCD has been manipulated. We want to change this, and really see and understand what everyone that has OCD deals with on a daily basis. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, OCD, a mental health condition where symptoms include intrusive unwanted thoughts which for some, lead

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10 Things You Need to Know About Confidence

Feeling like you have no confidence? We’re here to tell you that confidence is not a natural thing. For most other people, confidence comes and goes. Nobody is born full of confidence or feeling unconfident. Confidence is a feeling that people develop and work on over time. If bullying has made you feel low on

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5 Ways to Boost Your Self-Esteem

We’ve come up with 5 tips that you can do from the comfort of your own bed to boost self-esteem. And most importantly, they are all FREE, because despite what adverts or celebs might try to flog you online, you don’t need to part with your cash to feel good about yourself.

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8 Tips for Coping with Winter Blues

It’s the winter, it’s cold and dark, and really not that inspiring. Do you notice your mood and energy dropping in the winter months? If so these tips might help you cope. Light up your day With shorter days it is more important than ever to try to get outside and see the light. To

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7 Tips To Overcome Shyness

Some people are shy. Some people are not. Some people are born shy, while others are shy because of things that have happened in their life like being bullied or a lack of confidence. You’re not alone, between 40 and 60 percent of adults reported they are shy. It is not a bad thing, in

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9 Things to Remember When You See Bad News

The news always feels negative at the moment. The pandemic continues to rage around the world, especially in the UK and the US, where the situation feels as though it might never end. But, it’s not all as bad as it seems, and this guide will help you feel more positive about the world around

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What I Wish I Knew About Rejection When I Was Younger

Rejection is inevitable in life. Whether it is splitting up with your partner, failing an exam, being left out by mates, not getting into the college or university you wanted, being dropped from a sports team, being let go at work, failing your driving test and being bullied can leave us all feeling rejected and

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Blue Monday – A Short Guide To Surviving the Most Depressing Day of the Year

Blue Monday – the Mondayest Monday out of all the Mondays in the calendar December is supposedly the most wonderful time of the year. Try as you might, it is incredibly hard not to get caught up in Christmas merriment, so it’s hardly surprising that when we are catapulted into the month of January, it

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Here’s 25 Non-Toxic New Years Resolutions

This time of year, everyone seems to be on a mission to change themselves. New year’s resolutions can be pretty toxic though, as everyone looks to lose weight, or push themselves too hard too quickly. So, here’s 25 resolution ideas that will help you to grow in 2021, and not box yourself in a resolution

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