Archive for the 'Mental Health' Category

Living in Uncertain Times

It is no exaggeration that currently we are living in one of the most uncertain times of the 21st century. Many people are expressing that it is not the present situation that they are finding most distressing but this uncertainty around what is to come. This is not surprising. We seek comfort in our routines […]

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Adjusting to Self Isolation

Adjusting to Isolation: As we have been strongly urged as a nation to stay inside our homes for the foreseeable future, different people are having very different reactions to the change of circumstances. Psychologists have found that feelings of uncertainty cause us to have more extreme reactions to our circumstances, be that positively or negatively. […]

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Dermot Running

Running

I remember when I was getting back into the workforce after a long time being unemployed. I found it quite difficult. My confidence was not great, and I felt I would not be able to complete the six-month probation period. I felt I would be fired. Unemployment can be a difficult period in anyone’s life. […]

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Be Who You Are Supposed To Be

I recently found a letter I had written to myself when I was 12.  It was intended to be opened on my 21st birthday but I was nearer 40 when I discovered it! In my letter I wrote that my favourite things were nature, reading, writing, poetry and meditation.  I saw my grandparents as the […]

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