The Christmas and New Year might seriously affect mental health, the pressure and expectations can be grave, which is why coping strategies are as important as ever.
Alcohol impacts your body in many ways, as people have been finding out as they nurse post lockdown hangovers.
A middle aged friend of mine claimed to be “exhausted” this week from post-lockdown anxiety. This came after spending two consecutive nights socialising, and being
False memories mean that sometimes what you think happened never actually did. Why is that, and what can you do to leverage this brain quirk to make you happier
Is the Kinder Egg something more than a chocolate egg? Could it also be a metaphor for life. Have a think before you eat yours.
Stressed with lockdown and tearing your middle aged hair out? Read how you could help yourself turn to a happier, calmer you and keep that full head of hair
Working from home is dangerous. Don’t wait for it to become a killer before you do something to change your ways, especially during Coronavirus lockdown
Social distancing shopping is my worst nightmare. Queuing, following a set route, being nice to people, it all makes my blood boil. What should I do? Go out or shop online?
If you’ve been struggling with how to be happy, here’s something you can do to improve your mental health. Don’t try and make changes for you, do it for someone else. Do it for Don.