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How to Build Emotional Resilience

By Sarah Rees

What is Emotional Resilience Emotional resilience is the ability to adapt and bounce back when something difficult happens in our lives. More resilient people ‘roll with the punches’, adapting to adversity without lasting difficulties, while less resilient people find it harder to cope with stress and change. Why is Emotional Resilience Important? As well as … Read More about How to Build Emotional Resilience

CBT and Sleep Disorders

CBT A Sleep Solution Without The Side Effects

By Sarah Rees

CBT Works For People Struggling With Sleep Issues One out of four people report having trouble with sleeping, many pop a sleeping pill to help get some much-needed Z’s. But these drugs can come with side effects and don’t always provide the best quality sleep you need to feel refreshed. New research points to cognitive … Read More about CBT A Sleep Solution Without The Side Effects

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Is it time for a digital detox? Take the test

By Sarah Rees

Take the test How many times have you looked at your phone today?  Scrolled through your Facebook feed?  Checked your email?  Used an app? How many screens are in front of you right now? You might want to sit down for this next question . . . how would you feel if you suddenly broke … Read More about Is it time for a digital detox? Take the test

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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): How to recognise symptoms and manage them

By Sarah Rees

1 in 3 people experience Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): How to recognise the symptoms – and how to manage them Yes, you read that right; shockingly, one-third of us suffer from PTSD or a trauma at some point in our lives. And yet, worryingly, many people either know very little about it or have … Read More about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): How to recognise symptoms and manage them

The anxious mind and 10 ways out

By Sarah Rees

An anxious mind is poor in concentration, focused on what could go wrong, is full of ‘what if’s’, uncertainty and catastrophes. The anxious mind has a wicked way with the imagination allowing you to wander down paths of possibly terrifying scenarios of worst possible outcomes. Feeling anxious or overly stressed distorts how we think, we … Read More about The anxious mind and 10 ways out