This is a really difficult time for a lot of us across the country (and world) at the moment. Isolation can be the space we need in order to look at ourselves and what we need to do to get the best from life. Qualified complementary therapist, Geraldine Mair, who also has diplomas in counselling …
Health & Wellbeing
Category featuring articles about health and wellbeing. This includes mental health, emotional wellbeing and physical health.
Trying to reduce the risk of your family contracting this virus is important. Whilst most people who have had Covid-19 have only had mild symptoms and recovered fully, it’s dangerous for people will poor immune systems. This reason alone is why it’s important to reduce the risk, as I don’t know a single person who hasn’t got somebody within their network who has health problems that this virus could potentially kill.
Tips and advice to help reduce loneliness.
My tips for trying to get fitter and healthier.
I’m overwhelmed by the private messages, Instagram DMs and emails I’ve received over the past two days after people read my post about how I’m currently holding on to life as best I can.
Yes it’s been a long time since I last posted.
A lot has happened since last summer and to be honest I’ve not felt the urge to disclose it all for once in my life.
As the title says, I’m just holding on.
2017 was one of the most awful years to date, so I’ve decided some changes need to be made as I don’t want to go through any of that again any time soon!
Stress… we all have it in different shapes and sizes, but as I’m getting older there seems to be a lot more of it so I’ve been looking at ways to control it.
“You were at deaths door a couple of weeks ago, but we couldn’t tell you that because we didn’t want you to give up the fight.”