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Change Your World Conference 2018

Our Chief De-Stressing Officer, Neil Shah, will be chairing the ‘Change Your World’ conference this year!   The Change Your World Conference is all about inspiring you to make positive changes and transform your life because we know at Change Your World, Changing Yourself, Changes Everything. Hear the UK’ s leading motivational speakers, coaches & health […]

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International Stress Awareness Day 2017

Today is International Stress Awareness Day and this year’s theme is Speak Up and Speak Out. We are delighted that this years theme is all about communicating stress, as it is only by talking about stress and its effects that we can remove the stigma associated with it. Communicating effectively can be difficult during stressful […]

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Have you ever felt lonely?

Have you every felt all alone, isolated or lonely? Have you ever found yourself with no-one to turn to or talk to? I have felt that way several times in my life and when I was asked to appear on Sky News Sunrise last week to talk about Male Loneliness it brought back a lot […]

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Let’s talk about Depression

World Health Day – celebrated on 7th April every year to mark the founding of the World Health Organisation. The theme for this year was ‘depression – let’s talk’. Depression affects people of all ages, from all walks of life, in all countries. It causes mental anguish and impacts on people’s ability to carry out […]

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National Spring Cleaning Week

National Spring Cleaning Week is running 6 – 12 March 2017 and is encouraging us not only to think about what needs cleaning but what needs clearing in our lives too. Their research last month found that: 45% of people admit to feeling more productive having a tidy and clean home 48% stated that having […]

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The Ultimate Wellbeing Environment – The Lighthouse

It is International Wellbeing Wednesday on 1st February and this year the theme is all about “change your environment, change your state”.   So what better way to kick off the week than by showing you our “Ultimate Wellbeing Environment” at The Stress Management Society Headquarters! We are based in “The Lighthouse”, a light and bright […]

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Would you like to finish early today?

What would you do if you could regain a couple of hours a day to rest, exercise or pursue a hobby you didn’t have time for before? If you think this is the stuff of fantasy, think again. Employers are discovering that reduced working hours are having a big impact on productivity and creativity in […]

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Top 10 Tips on Financial Stress

Money is a major cause of stress. One’s financial situation, whether that is your own or how you perceive others, is a big cause of stress and anxiety issues in today’s society.   Check out these Top 10 Tips on how to deal with your financial stress: 1. Don’t hide! Our study found that people […]

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Can stress actually be beneficial to our performance?

With the Olympics over for another 4 years let’s reflect on the pressure and stress the Olympians have to deal with. They face fierce competition; they are under a global spotlight, the hopes of an entire nation and personal goals resting on their shoulders. Now that the pressure is off it’s important for them to […]

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What’s the biggest killer of men under 45?

Last week I was nominated for the #22kill challenge – 22 push-ups a day for 22 days to raise awareness for combat veterans. Why? 22 veterans are taking their own lives every day! I have spoken about suicide on many occasions in the past and this is just a small way I can raise more […]

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