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Overcome Situational Depression

How to Overcome Situational Depression

Situational depression, also known as adjustment disorder, is depression caused by your response to stress or loss. When a situation is particularly difficult to cope with, you can develop stress related responses: e.g. racing thoughts, insomnia, anxiety, etc. If you can adapt to the new situation, or adapt the situation to cause us less stress, …

Don't Let Fear Hold You Back

Don’t Let Fear Get In Your Way

Fear is a powerful, primitive response that is supposed to alert you to a threat. That threat can be physical, psychological and even imagined. Unmanaged fear is an underlying cause of stress and anxiety, but the good news is that it can be addressed and used positively. There is a huge range of fears. There …

You Can't Feel Good When You Think Bad

How Do You Deal With Anxiety and Depression?

You Learn How to Deal Effectively With Stress Yes it’s actually that simple. Learn how to deal with stress effectively and you won’t have to deal with anxiety and depression. But what if you’re already anxious and depressed? It’s not too late! Learning how to deal with stress will hugely improve your depression and anxiety. …

Internal Stress

Being Better – In 4 Easy Steps

Are you tired of being less than you know you can be? Are you thinking about how you could be better? As you’re here reading this blog post I’m pretty sure it’s been on your mind. Are you a bit of a self-development junkie like me or are you just feeling less than you know …

Self, Selfless, Self Accepting

Selfish, Selfless and Self Accepting

Selfish: Meeting your needs at the expense of another’s ability to meet their needs. Selfless: Meeting another’s needs at the expense of your own needs and then there is Self Accepting. Self acceptance means different things to different people but it’s primarily seen as awareness and acceptance of your strengths, weaknesses and behaviours. Dr Glasser …