Anxiety

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Navigating a Modern World: Burnout Signs, Prevention and Treatment

Due to the pandemic, the boundaries between work and leisure have become eroded. Our schedules, job security, financial stability, working environments, and responsibilities, have been impacted or under threat. It’s no surprise that 1 in 5 UK workers say they are unable to manage pressure and stress levels at work. This hostile environment and destruction

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Am I clingy? Here’s how to identify and manage clinginess in relationships

The first days of a relationship are often the most exhilarating; nothing compares to the feeling of discovering a like-minded soul and starting something beautiful together. At this stage, you may spend a lot of time with your partner, exploring new hobbies together, talking on the phone until dawn, and simply enjoying each other’s company.

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Feeling anxious for no reason? Here’s what could be causing it and how to get help

Sometimes, anxiety has a clear trigger: you have a big presentation at work, you’re going through a difficult stage in your relationship, a loved one has a health issue, or you’re about to embark on a major life change. However, anxiety may also seem to appear out of the blue. Maybe you’re doing pretty well

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Dealing with the uncertainty of a new lockdown

Although everyone hoped that things would finally go back to normal this year, the Delta variant has ignited talks of new restrictions, perhaps even another lockdown later this winter. Things are still uncertain, and, after more than one year of stress, restrictions, and personal sacrifices, it’s precisely this uncertainty that can affect people’s mental health. 

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Post-lockdown back to school anxiety is real, and it can affect students, parents, and teachers alike

Back-to-school anxiety has always been there, but after one year in lockdown, it hits differently. The excitement of a fresh start is overshadowed by the anxiety of post-lockdown life, as schools in the UK are getting ready to welcome back students after one year of online classes. While for some this is a much-awaited return

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