6 Simple Tips From Fitness First to Manage Your Stress During Stress Awareness Month

Not only can stress have a profound effect on your psychological wellbeing but it can also compromise your physical health. The first step to managing stress is to recognise its effects on your thoughts, feelings and behavior.   Chronic stress, especially when left unaddressed can trigger mental health disorders such as anxiety and depression. At the same time, stress can also alter the …

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Intervene If Your Child is Bullied

Dr. Tatiana Falcone, Child psychiatrist from Cleveland Clinic Children’s gives advice on immediate steps parents should take to mitigate the serious long-term risks posed by chronic bullying. An established body of research has linked bullying to teen suicides, but a newer study suggests the effects of chronic bullying in childhood can affect victims into their …

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52 Ways to Say You’re Angry

Jonice Webb, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist who is recognized worldwide for her groundbreaking work in defining, describing, and calling attention to Childhood Emotional Neglect (CEN). She writes, speaks, and trains therapists on the topic, and is the bestselling author of two books, Running On Empty: Overcome Your Childhood Emotional Neglect and Running On Empty No More: Transform …

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More Mental Health Specialists Needed to Respond to Growing Demand for Services

More mental health specialists needed to respond to the growing demand for services, Experts at Advance Health Forum State YouGov: Most UAE residents would seek professional help if they or someone they knew was suffering from mental health problems Dubai Science Park MD: “The more we discuss mental health, the more successful we will be in tackling this challenge at an …

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The Great Escape

For a long time, I felt it was something I wasn’t ready to talk about. I wasn’t ashamed, but I felt as though my confidence was still too low to put that out there. For me, it wasn’t the stigma that was attached to mental health that made me worry about speaking out – I was very open with people who knew me. It was because I still feared the person who made me feel that way (especially as they still make comments about me today!), despite no longer having to work with them.