April 6, 2020
In 2019, the Office of National Statistics reported that over 50% of the UK population was unmarried. This data comprises those living alone from the age of 16 where the majority is actually made up of people over 45 years old. However, even if we remove say 10% from this statistic, that’s still a great number of people who are living alone out of a possible 8 million. I think it’s fair to say that’s a lot.
March 26, 2020
I recommend writing things down a lot as sometimes when thoughts whirl around in our minds we can be overwhelmed, stressed and exhausted so writing things out helps to ease the magnitude of the thoughts. I also use writing through blog posts as a cathartic way to manage my thoughts.
January 16, 2020
The hardest part of the burnout process is all the unconscious behaviours exhibited. The internal dialogue inside someone who is burning out is devastating, it’s cruel and it’s so self-critical you could burst with all that sadness.
January 6, 2020
When we think of burnout, we tend to imagine a devastating event that happens one day but the truth is, burnout creeps up on us and for leaders especially, it’s important to know what it looks like and how they can help so that the person experiencing the symptoms doesn’t have the full-on breakdown.Read More
January 1, 2020
No one actively goes out to hurt themselves but so many of us do it all the time. I do it, I’m pretty sure if you clicked on to read this post, that you do it too. It’s all too easy to hurt ourselves when we think that others are going to behave the way we do.
October 2, 2019