Bullying & Abuse
Confidence & Self Esteem
Anger Management
Anxiety & Stress
Friends & Relationships
Eating disorders
Self-harm
Sleeping problems
Self-identity
Domestic Abuse
Practical Parenting

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Bullying & Abuse

There is no legal definition of bullying. But it is usually defined as repeated behaviour  which  is  intended  to  hurt  someone  either  emotionally  or physically,  and  is  often  aimed  at  certain  people  because  of  their  race, religion,  gender  or  sexual  orientation  or  any  other  aspect  such  as appearance or disability.

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Confidence & Self Esteem

Our self-esteem is how we value and perceive ourselves. Having low self-esteem isn’t a mental health problem in itself but not addressing it may lead to mental health problems such as depression or anxiety.

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Anger Management

Everyone gets angry but you may have anger issues if you are experiencing some of the following:

Getting angry quickly even over minor issues and then having difficulties calming down
Unable to explain feelings when upset

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Anxiety & Stress

Everyone gets stressed because we live in a world where we are constantly faced with challenges. So, whether its exams, homework, driving lessons, going to a place for the very first time, meeting new people or separating from loved ones or any other phobia, our bodies may feel stressed. This in turn often leads to anxiety.

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Friends & Relationships

We share some of our best experiences with friends and with those with whom we have a special relationship. Equally, when things go wrong with friends and loved one s then this can be one of our worst experiences and can really leave us heartbroken and hurt.

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Eating disorders

An eating disorder is defined as an abnormal eating habit that can seriously affect emotional and physical health.
Eating disorders can lead to serious implications on both mental and physical health so it is important to treat them as soon as possible.
In fact, eating disorders are the biggest cause of mental health-related death. That’s right, the biggest cause of death.

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Self-harm

Self-harm is when somebody intentionally punishes their body as a way of coping with or expressing  emotional pain.

People who self-harm have very low self-esteem to the point that some even feel that they deserve to die. Over half of people who commit suicide have a history of self-harm.

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Sleeping problems

A sleep disorder is a condition that regularly affects your ability to get enough quality sleep. Not being able to have a good night’s sleep can be a frustrating, depressing and stressful experience and makes you feel lethargic throughout the day. Also, it can make you worry about not being able to sleep which itself stops you from sleeping.

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Self-identity

Identity is concerned largely with the question: “Who am i?”  Identity relates to our basic values that dictate the choices we make (e.g., relationships, career). These choices reflect who we are and what we value.  Lack of a clear sense of identity will lead to uncertainty about what we want to do in life.

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Domestic Abuse

Domestic violence is the abuse of one partner within an intimate or family relationship. It is the repeated, random and habitual use of intimidation to control a partner. The abuse can be physical, emotional, psychological, financial or sexual. Anyone forced to alter their behaviour because they are frightened of their partner’s reaction is being abused.

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Practical Parenting - How to boost confidence in children

According to research, a child in a mother’s womb at six months until the age of seven is like a sponge, absorbing everything around them. These early years are crucial as they will shape their personal development and will form the basis of their sub-conscious mind. In particular, because 95 -99% of all our decisions, emotions and behaviour come from our sub-conscious mind, it is so important that we are careful in how we interact with our children. Often, with even the best of intentions we end up saying things to our children that will have devastating consequences on their self-esteem.

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