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Parenting wisely

With an increase in struggles with mental health issues, emotional needs as a parent need to be taken as seriously as any physical needs


Support and family

Supporting a loved one through grief and loss

If your loved one has lost someone close to them, it can be challenging to know how to support and care for them.


Support and family

Grief and loss

The loss of a loved one is something that is very difficult to go through. We often don’t know what we could expect to feel or experience in a time that feels unreal.


Support and family

How are you processing the demands of the day

Sometimes the tiredness that we are feeling is actually a sense of lack of fulfillment.


Stress and burnout

Managing your anger

Anger can be defined as a “strong feeling of annoyance, displeasure, or hostility”. We all get angry at some time.


Stress and burnout

Are you nourishing your body?

All of us are experiencing a range of emotions and thoughts which is taking its toll on our physical health and wellbeing.


Self care

How to talk to your colleague about depression

When someone is suffering with depression, a change in their motivation and levels of engagement at work will typically be one of the first things you may notice.


Support and family

Tropical fish

Tropical fish audio


Self care

Lapping Waves

Lapping Waves soothing audio


Self care

Candle wax meditation

Candle wax meditation audio


Self care

Overcoming Anxiety With My Thoughts

Listen to this short audio on how to deal with anxiety


Education

My private garden

My private garden audio


Self care

Hand-scrub activity

A short video on the importance of washing and scrubbing your hands


Self care

Mental health Stigma video

Find out more about mental health and stigma


Education

Burnout explanation video

A short video on what burnout is and how to handle it.


Stress and burnout

Deep breathing and breathing exercises

When we are anxious, our bodies think we are in danger and triggers a stress response. The stress response is meant to help us fight the danger, run away from the danger, or hide from the danger (a fight/flight/freeze response).


Self care

Journaling

Journaling is one of the tools we can use to get back to things that matter, engage in tasks mindfully and connect with the people who influence and impact our lives.


Self care

Nutrition, Brain Function and Mental Health

Good nutrition is important for both our mental and physical health. Following a healthy diet can protect and support your mental health.


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Daily things you can do to work on your self-esteem

Self-esteem is how you perceive or view yourself, and understand your abilities and your own worth. It is also the level of confidence and trust in yourself.


Self care

Resilience: why it’s important and how you can build it

Sometime in 2001, Destiny’s Child sang these lyrics in their jungle-themed music video for their hit single, Survivor.


Self care

How to sleep better

Do you find yourself tossing and turning at night and feeling that you don’t get enough quality sleep?


Self care

Are your relationships healthy?

The expression “no man is an island” quoted by John Donne in 1624 comes to mind when the topic of relationships arises.


Support and family

Cynicism and how you can protect your hope

More and more teenagers and adults are expressing feelings of disillusionment about life, the world and the leaders of society.


Self care

Planting the ‘seeds’ for a balanced lifestyle

A balanced lifestyle is an essential part of your mental wellbeing. Living a balanced life can reduce stress, bring you joy, and keep you happy and healthy.


Self care

Parenting help - working with my kids at home

Some parents may be familiar with working from home, and others may have recently found themselves required to work from home due to the COVID-19 regulations.


Support and family

How to tell people you love that you are struggling

One of the biggest challenges you may face is how to bring up the subject of your mental health with those closest to you.


Support and family

Emotional vulnerability

Emotional vulnerability is the willingness to acknowledge and express your emotions, especially the painful ones. It is about being honest with yourself and others.


Self care

10 Things I learnt in 10 days at a Psych hospital

When being admitted to a mental health facility is the best option for you to get care, it can be a very overwhelming experience.


Featured Articles

Matric Exam Stress

Feeling stressed or anxious about writing exams is a normal experience for most people.


Stress and burnout