Since finally accepting my mum’s downward curve, mentally, and a few other stressful things, I decided to make a new start for myself. I wasn’t sure what, but new anyway.
I haven’t rushed. I decided to have a little holiday, at home. Time off from the usual. No counselling; nothing. And it has been amazing.
……Continue reading A bit of time off, a holiday, mindfulness, relaxation, getting stuff done – can I inspire you?
Launching my website for my new services as ‘Mental Health Wellness Coach/Counsellor and Life Writing course Co-ordinator in Essex.
To see the new website (in a new window) CLICK HERE
Although counselling/coaching and life writing workshops will begin in Essex, I plan to offer them all on-line as well in the future so watch this
……Continue reading Launching my website for my new services as ‘Mental Health Wellness Coach/Counsellor and Life Writing course Co-ordinator in Essex
I watched the tonight programme last night on TV, about alcohol consumption and the new lower amounts set out in the guidelines of 14 units per week for women and men. They also gave a few facts:
No amount of alcohol is ‘safe’
One in ten people in the UK drinks the maximum weekly limit
……Continue reading How much alcohol is too much? The ‘tonight’ programme and my dry March continues
‘Living with Depression and Anxiety’ Self-Help book cover
I am very excited to launch my new book cover for my seventh book ‘Living with Depression and Anxiety; 26 ways to get you out of the fog, into the sunshine’ PLUS it is now available as a paperback as well as a kindle/e-book! 🙂
……Continue reading ‘Living with Depression and Anxiety’ self-help book new cover and is now available as a paperback
Firstly, here’s a few more facts about heavy or regular drinking…
Alcohol is a depressant, which means it slows down the brain and the central nervous system’s processes. Apparently, over time, heavy drinking interferes with the neurotransmitters in the brain that are needed for good mental health. It lowers the levels of
……Continue reading Diary of my one month off alcohol, blog two; days five to eight, plus some facts about regular or heavy drinking