Mental Health

How to handle Christmas apart from your children after a separation

  Spending Christmas apart from your children can be a very emotional experience.  It might make you feel sad and lonely, angry and resentful, and alone and isolated.  And these are all perfectly normal reactions.  But Christmas doesn’t need to end because your relationship has – it just needs to change. Taking a positive approach …

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How to tell if you have depression: The 9 most common symptoms of depression

Depression affects different people in different ways. And without the support of a professional, it’s often hard to tell the difference between sadness, which is a healthy emotion everyone feels in response to bad things that happen in their lives, and clinical depression, which is a mental health issue you don’t need to suffer through. …

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5 ways to bring more calm into your life

  A major part of anxiety is worrying – negative thoughts and emotions running through your mind relentlessly, with seemingly no end in sight.  Whether you worry about something realistic (financial concerns) or hypothetical (often starts with “What if…”), worrying can quickly consume you and impact every aspect of your life.  It can also affect …

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Supporting ex-servicemen and women, their families and carers

We are pleased to announce that we’re partnering with Walking With The Wounded (WWTW) on a project supporting ex-servicemen and women, their families and carers here in the North East. For some ex-service personnel, especially those who need more support, the road to care can seem complicated and inaccessible. The Northern Care Coordination Partnership (NCCP) …

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