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Ten top tips for a stress-free summer

summer hols smThis month, I'm going to give tips about making the most of the summer holidays. And read on for the offer of a free printable giving 45 ideas for activities your children can do over the summer.

Moving on from guilt and shame

fingers pointing accusingly at a weeping woman to illustrate an article on dealing with guiltEveryone has done things they regret. This is a normal part of life, and most of the time you manage to learn from your mistake and move on. If you find yourself unable to do this, you may need to take action to get past it. Here are some ways to process it and move on to a happier mindset.

Social media and good mental health

mixed social media logos to illustrate article on social media and good mental healthSocial media can be wonderful – fun, a way to keep in touch, entertaining – but it can also have a downside. Especially among young people, overuse of social media has been connected to an increase in feelings of anxiety and depression, and sleep disturbances. And while it's hard to avoid social media entirely, it is a good idea to be aware of these potential problems and use it in a way that boosts your mood and enhances your life.

Seven simple ways to banish negative thoughts

7 ways to banish negative thinkingMost of us think negatively from time to time. For many of us, these thoughts are pretty transitory, but if unhelpful thoughts persist or linger, there are steps you can take to oust them, and here are a few of the most effective.

Men and mental health

mens mental health - group of four make friends laughingMental health issues and negative feelings are very common and around 1 in 8 men has a mental health issue including anxiety, panic or OCD But even in our supposedly enlightened society, the idea of what's ‘manly’ can mean it's hard for many men to ask for help or to access psychological therapies.

Five things you didn't know about sleep

image of woman sleeping, to illustrate article on unusual facts about sleepSleep is as vital to good health as food and water. You’ve probably heard that eight hours is the average recommended amount of daily sleep for most adults [1] and that far too many people aren't getting enough. But are you aware of these less commonly known facts?

Debbie Waller Hypnotherapy

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Phone me: 01977 678593

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