Movember is a good reminder to stop and think about your health – from a both a physical and mental perspective.
If we spot the signs that we’re experiencing stress, we can address it before it becomes a problem. That’s the theme of this year’s National Stress Awareness Day (2 November 2022).
Post-pandemic pressures and other world issues have led to a growing international mental health crisis. The theme for this year’s World Mental Health Day is to make mental health for all a global priority.
The focus of this year’s National Work Life Week (10-14 October) is on increasing access to flexible working and finding the ‘flex’ in every role. Here are some ways you can achieve a better work/life balance.
Suicide is never a comfortable subject to talk about - but by opening up, and allowing others to do the same, we can play a part in the global campaign to reduce suicide rates. Here's how you could help.
The Samaritans runs its Talk to Us #WeListen awareness campaign on 24 July (24/7) each year – a reminder that its volunteers are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Here are some facts you may not know.
Father’s Day can shine a light on painful emotions or memories that we’re able to handle the rest of the time. If you're likely to find the day hard, here are some tips for making it through.
Feelings of loneliness affect millions of people in the UK, and can contribute to poor mental health. Research from the Mental Health Foundation has found...
This year’s National Stress Awareness Month is focused on the theme of ‘Community’, highlighting the importance of supportive relationships. Here are some ways we can support someone who's affected by stress.
The theme of this year's World Health Day (7 April) is Our planet, our health. The importance of the relationship between our environment and our mental health is well-recognised. Here are some ways to support it...
Mother’s Day can be a joyful occasion, but for some of us it tends to be more poignant, stressful or sad. So how can you get through the day? First of all, don’t let your emotions take you by surprise.
Survivors may find themselves thinking more about their own trauma as a result of the recent increase in media attention to sexual assault. CBT can help with processing your experience, thoughts and feelings.