IT’S OK NOT TO BE OK!

It’s ok to NOT be ok! Sometimes it feels like society says you should be always happy, and that showing your sadness is a sign of weakness. This is far from true – if you were to hold in all your sadness or anger you would explode. We all have good and bad days....
Mental Health Helplines

Mental Health Helplines

Mental health helplines U.K Whether you’re concerned about yourself or a loved one, these helplines can offer expert advice. Anxiety UK Charity providing support if you’ve been diagnosed with an anxiety condition. Phone: 08444 775 774 (Mon-Fri,...

Grief: Secondary losses

Grief: Secondary losses. Recognise it Have you ever thrown a pebble in a still pond and watched its impact? As it settles to the bottom, waves expand outward from the point of entry, disturbing the water in ever growing rings of motion. The one single event of a...

Grief: Spring has sprung

Grief: Spring has sprung There are crocuses in the garden and snowdrops too. How did spring sneak in so stealthily? You may not feel ready for spring. Winter might have felt as if it fitted your mood, your grief. Now there are flowers in the garden and a garden to get...

Awareness and Mindfulness during Grief Exercise

Awareness and Mindfulness during Grief Being mindful is being aware and fully awake in this moment right now. We can develop awareness by paying attention with mindful contemplation to each experience and situation without resistance, without judgement, without...