Mental Health Awareness week runs from 15th to 21st May in the UK, a time to raise awareness and break the stigma surrounding mental health issues. This year’s theme is anxiety, a common mental health concern affecting millions worldwide. Anxiety disorders can be debilitating, affecting a person’s ability to function in their daily life. However,
A Forbes article from 2021 cited a study that found that nearly 80% of people admitted to abandoning their New Year’s resolutions by February every year. As a practicing psychotherapist setting and following through with resolutions, invoking change as I like to call it, is a subject that I have the pleasure of approaching daily
Most of us will associate the Lunar New Year with a time of celebration, joy and spending time with family and friends. But for some people it can instead be a time of worry, dread, or loneliness. Traditionally, the Lunar New Year necessitates a time for friends and families to gather together as its customary
Mental Illness Awareness Week falls on 2-8th October 2022, followed by the World Mental Health Day on 10th October 2022. As we are seeing the light at the end of the tunnel of the global pandemic, its impact on our mental health continues to take its toll.
Employee well-being has garnered much attention among organizations over the past decade, and the pandemic has only solidified its importance. Work plays a significant part in most people’s lives, with an average person estimated to spend 1/3 of life at work. Not only can all aspects of one’s work-life affect their well-being, but employees’ well-being can also affect their contributions at work and, in turn, impact an organization’s performance outcomes on an aggregate level. Recognizing that the most valuable asset of an organization is its people, it makes sense to prioritize employee well-being and improve their work-life.
Every year on September 10th is World Suicide Prevention Day, a day to raise awareness and destigmatize the topic of suicide worldwide. The theme for this year is “Creating Hope Through Action,” and hopefully, after reading this, you are empowered with the knowledge to take action and potentially prevent suicides. According to the World Health
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