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A personal message for this year’s stress awareness month from our founder Neil Shah

WARNING: The content of this article explores the impact of suicide and may not be an easy read, and may trigger some. This year we mark ‘Stress Awareness Month’ for the 30th year in a row. I’ve been head of The Stress Management Society for almost two decades now, and we have been committed since our […]

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Stress Awareness Month 2022

Stress Awareness Month has been held every April since 1992 to increase public awareness about both the causes and cures for our modern stress epidemic. Despite this running for 20 years, we have got a long way to go.  Millions of us around the UK are experiencing high levels of stress and it is damaging […]

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How to take back control of your emotions

The last 18 months have been challenging for most of us for so many reasons, and this has only further highlighted the importance of having the ability to experience and express our emotions. This is much more important than we may appreciate. Emotional Management As the felt response to a given situation, emotions play a […]

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Recognise thought patterns and shift your mindset

Take back control It’s now been 16 months since the first Lockdown was announced. At that point, we were led to believe that by the end of spring 2020 life would go back to normal. Sadly that wasn’t the case and as time progressed further assurances were made and then reneged. When a way out […]

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Spiritual Wellbeing

The fifth pillar of Wellness to achieve optimal wellbeing: Spiritual Spiritual wellbeing ultimately represents our connection to ourselves and the world around us. It is the ability to experience and integrate meaning and purpose in life through connection with oneself and others, as well as through other contexts in life such as music, art, literature, […]

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