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1st Feb 2021
Sleep and Our Mental Health

With Children’s Mental Health Week taking place this week (Feb 1st-7th), what better time to look at how all-encompassing mental wellbeing really is. Many of us, children and parents alike,…

29th Jan 2021
Let’s Stay Connected

With a return for some to remote working, or, for others, a continued focus on remote working it seems an appropriate time to relook at how we connect with one…

22nd Jan 2021
Saturated by Social Media

Social Media. Love it or hate it, it’s in our lives for the foreseeable future. The increase in social media and online use that happened in 2020 was unprecedented. The…

20th Jan 2021
Work Hard, Work Hard: Investigating the Impact of Workplace Bullying on Employee Presenteeism

As our evolutionary instincts would dictate, physically taking ourselves out of the firing line of work stressors and challenges may support us with our well-being. However, some employees may meet…

14th Jan 2021
Some Miracles are Just Good People with Kind Hearts

As we approach 2021, a little tentatively, nervously accepting it has already brought huge changes, it’s important to take stock of what brought positivity to our lives in 2020. If…

4th Jan 2021
Bullying and Eating Disorders

Sixty – five percent of people with eating disorders state that bullying behaviour contributed to their condition.*  In a world where anxiety and mental health issues are on the increase…

1st Jan 2021
Climbing the Ladder of Incivility: Upward Bullying at Work

As a process, bullying has previously been defined as a, “systemic abuse of power” (Vaillancourt et al., 2010). The word ‘power’ creates a dominant image in mainstream minds of what…

22nd Dec 2020
Surviving Christmas Alone

Whether by choice or circumstance, some people will be spending Christmas alone this year. But there’s a difference between being alone and being lonely and the first step could just be acknowledging…

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