Stress & Anxiety
Believing we are under some form of attack, the body produces adrenalin in what is referred to as a ‘fight or flight’ response. At this point we can be jumpy, irritable, short of breath and trembling and our normal ability to think clearly and rationally.
Relationships can be one of our biggest sources of happiness and also one of our biggest sources of stress and anxiety. Putting time and effort into relationships is an important life skill, so why do we sometimes fail to make relationships work?
Depression is a mental health disorder. It can affect the way you feel about yourself, the internal dialogue you have with yourself and the quality of your sleep.It can lead to social withdrawal and an almost vegetative state.
Uncontrolled anger can be devastating for those people who experience it and for those around them. While it is completely normal to be angry at some point in time, some people might experience an ongoing inability to control their anger.
Loss & Bereavement
The loss of a loved one or a job and the end of a relationship or marriage can all end in feelings of loss and bereavement more commonly known as grief. It can lead to an emotional crisis that feels unbearable.
Are you addicted to something that is causing concern to you, or for people around you? While substance abuse is one of the biggest reasons for developing an addiction, there are several other habits that can have a negative impact on your life.
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