Depression. For most people, images of endless weeping in the corner of a dark room following a major tragedy spring to mind. In reality, depression can look very different across each person experiencing it. Let’s say you have a work friend who confides in you they’re struggling and think they may be depressed while somehow still smashing their KPI’s, organising … Read More
In the summer of 1956, a young lawyer was led, handcuffed, into a tiny jail cell devoid of bedding or plumbing. His communication with the outside world was restricted to writing and receiving one letter every six months. He was permitted to receive a single visitor for half an hour, once per year. It would be another 27 years before … Read More
Now that the initial panic of the pandemic has passed and we’re adjusting to working from home, the biggest challenge for many is maintaining the mental health and wellbeing of our families. This is a practical guide we’ve put together to help parents navigate the challenges of self-isolation with our family members throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.
Emotions are high and it’s easy to worry yourself sick. The world has temporarily changed and so we must adjust. The better we adjust, the more resilient we will be. With all the change, unknowns, and heightened threat level; staying cool, calm, and collected is vital for the mental health of ourselves, our family members and our colleagues. If you’re … Read More
Child Behaviours and The Demands Of Society On Young Minds One could say everyone looks at children and see them as gifts and blessings to the world. After all, who wouldn’t be captivated by a toddler curious on how the world works, or young students just learning to tap into their talents and learn how they can contribute to the … Read More