by Rob Hill When did you first see Christmas products in the shops this year? Before Halloween? Or maybe earlier. Maybe in September, with the autumn leaves not yet fallen and the kids only just back at school. And how did it make you feel? Chocolate in almost infinite forms (with those great big sharing
by Rob Hill I spent the second half of October in far west Cornwall, in the pretty little town of Marazion, just down the road from Penzance. It’s one of my favourite places on Earth. The changeable weather was pretty much as expected for autumn. Brisk and breezy, with slate grey clouds scudding across the
Many different approaches and ideas relating to the management of our mental health difficulties have been trialled and disputed over hundreds of years.
Mental health refers to the way individuals think, feel, and behave in life. Our mental health changes depending on what’s happening in our lives.
The negative words used when discussing mental health include “crazy”, “insane”, or “hysterical”. There needs to be more positive language around mental health.
The connection between thought and behaviour has been studied for centuries. Everything has a cause and that all behaviour is related to thoughts.