Mental and Emotional Health Check-In

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Help parents in the workplace to thrive

Just because you're not the size of a large corporate, doesn't mean the support you provide to the parents in the workplace needs to be any less impactful.  Research shows that parents in the workplace are: more loyal more productive empathetic great multi-taskers...

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Learning to let go as a parent

“You’re not like some of my friends’ mums” said my youngest. “In what way?”, I asked. “Their mums sit next to them when they’re doing their homework, they help them do it and make sure it gets done. You let me do my own homework.” “Which way do you prefer?” I...

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What’s next – anxiety of teenagers

As I sit in front of a young lady, she wrings her hands and looks down at the floor, I can see the #anxiety, fear and self doubt, as she struggles with the choices and decisions she wants to make for, what she believes the “rest of her life”. My client is 16 and...

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Do you know what you’re capable of?

Do you step out of your comfort zone and stretch yourself to do more? I knew running my own #business wasn’t going to be easy. I knew I’d have to push myself to really achieve the #purpose I wanted to. But it doesn’t mean with each step I’m not nervous, #anxious...

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Are our children mentally and emotionally ready for Uni?

My heart won over my head! “You’re damaging my mental health” said my 9 year old – ok, so when I was 9, I didn’t even know what mental health was! She said it in jest because I was being “embarrassing”, although I did mention to her that as she gets older, these...

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The pressure of the sense of duty as a parent

Do you feel the pressure of the sense of duty you have in your life? Watching the amazing celebrations of the #PlatinumJubilee this weekend, made me realise the level of expectation and duty that our Queen has had to live with for all of her life. She’s a working...

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When did you last have a personal development plan review?

I had these pretty regularly at work, there were questions like: - Where are you now? - How do you feel about where you are? - Where would you like to be? - When would you like to get there? - How will you get there? Etc. I took these sessions as a bit of a...

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Foresight is better than hindsight

It is better to anticipate and prevent #future problems than to realize how they could have been avoided after the fact. I’m a great believer in #prevention rather than cure, when it comes to mental and emotional health. This is a student’s perspective, someone...

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Self belief is the superpower to life’s success

Each step has knocked me and each step I feel like I’ve lost a piece of me. That’s how I’ve felt through my #journey to where I am now. Coming to the UK at the age of 7, when I was the only non English person in the school, I wanted to just #belong. For that to...

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Parenting comes in all shapes and sizes

Parenting hasn’t been about mum, dad and 2.2 kids in a long time. But are we really supporting #parents in the #workplace as the shape of #families evolve? Do we see the hidden signs of parental #stress? Do we know when a colleague becomes: -      a step parent...

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