Understanding emotional triggers

 

 

 

It can be something as simple as a joke about you having gained a few pounds. It can be a commentary that meant well but just reminded of someone else that hurt you. It can be that you tried your best to be perfect and someone makes a remark that makes you think you just fell short. We all have triggers, that make us react and feel in a certain way. Some are good and pleasant, others are just incredibly painful. We all have a negativity bias, we can listen to a thousand compliments but if someone criticizes even the tiniest thing about us, it’s those harsh words that tend to stick out for us.Read more

Mental Awareness: #Bebodykind

 

The Mental Health Foundation in the United Kingdom launched last May a campaign for Mental Health Awareness Week, with the specific theme: of Body Image.

Therefore, from 13th to 19th May, the conversation was all about how we feel and think about our bodies.

According to last year’s research, 30% of adults were so stressed about their appearance and self-image that they felt overwhelmed and unable to cope. That represents one in every three people.

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Burnout listed as occupational syndrome

Working until you reach symptoms like extreme fatigue has just been recognized a serious health issue.

The World Health Organization (WHO) recently listed burnout has an occupational syndrome.

This emerging and often disregarded problem of the modern age has been defined as a “state of viral exhaustion”, a sort of workplace stress that is chronic and has very negative consequences.

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Interview David Archuleta

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“We need to make sure our minds are healthy”

David Archuleta was born on 28th December 1990 in Miami (USA). His mother is from Honduras and his father is of Spanish descent. He started singing at six years old and performing at ten. During his early teens, he was diagnosed with vocal paralysis crediting his faith in God for helping him overcome his darkest times. After achieving international fame in music with songs like “Crush” and “A little too not over you”, he took a break to join a two-year mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Chile.

In this exclusive interview, David opens up about his musical career, the causes he is passionate about and the advantages of therapy.

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