Emotional

The Far-reaching Impact of Childhood Trauma in the Workplace

Our childhood experiences often shape who we become as adults, and this includes our professional lives. Childhood traumas, such as abuse, neglect, and significant losses, can have a profound effect on our behavior, emotions, and overall well-being, even in the workplace. While we may try to separate our personal and professional lives, research and studies …

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Childhood Trauma: Unravelling the Impact of Early Adversity

Childhood is often perceived as a time of innocence and carefree joy. However, for many children, their early years may be fraught with distressing experiences that leave lasting scars. Childhood trauma refers to adverse events and experiences that disrupt a child’s sense of safety, stability, and emotional well-being. These events can range from physical or …

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Amidst Collective Challenges, Awaken Creativity and Rediscover Inner Havens

For high achievers, dips in creative joy or motivation can be bewildering. “Why do I feel off?” Accomplished clients, driven and purposeful, have quietly posed this question, unsettled by their inner unease, especially as they see others gliding through life seemingly effortlessly. For those who thrive on creativity and solution-oriented thinking, grappling with these inner …

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Supporting Employee Well-being: Suicide Prevention in the Workplace

In today’s bustling work environments, addressing mental health challenges, including the risk of suicide, is paramount to fostering a supportive workplace. Preventing suicide within the workplace requires concerted efforts to create a culture of openness, support, and awareness. By implementing proactive measures, employers can make a significant impact on employee well-being. Understanding the Challenge Suicide …

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Nurturing Support: Helping Your Child or Spouse Navigate Through Suicidal Thoughts

Discovering that your child or spouse is dealing with suicidal thoughts is an incredibly challenging experience. As a parent or partner, it’s natural to feel overwhelmed and unsure about how to provide the necessary support. However, there are essential steps you can take to help them navigate through this difficult time. Listen Actively and Non-Judgmentally …

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Breaking the Silence: Raising Awareness about Men’s Suicide

Men’s suicide remains a pressing issue that often goes unnoticed, overshadowed by societal stigmas. This blog aims to shed light on the importance of men’s suicide awareness, drawing insights from authoritative sources to underline the gravity of the situation. The Crisis of Male Suicide: Drawing from Psychology Today [1], we learn that over 75 percent …

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Navigating Life’s Pressures: A Guide to Staying in Tune with Yourself

Life can be like a whirlwind, with pressures and challenges coming at us from all directions. Whether it’s school, relationships, or just the fast pace of modern living, finding your balance and staying in tune with yourself is essential for a healthy and fulfilling life. In this blog, we’ll explore practical strategies to help you …

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Navigating Alzheimer’s: A Guide for Families and Caregivers

September 21st is World Alzheimer’s Day, a day to shed light on Alzheimer’s disease, its impact, and the importance of support and understanding. For children of parents living with Alzheimer’s, this day carries significant weight. It’s a reminder of the everyday challenges, and the need for support and education to navigate this complex journey. My …

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Shining a Light: Navigating Suicide Prevention Week

In a world that often seems to demand constant happiness, it’s crucial to remember that it’s okay not to be okay. This sentiment lies at the heart of Suicide Prevention Week, a time when we come together to break down the barriers surrounding mental health, provide essential facts, offer guidance on seeking help, and discover …

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