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Living memory

Living Memory

Keeping alive the memory of our loved ones is an age-old ritual that helps us through bereavement. You may have lost that person in the physical sense, but in your heart and your head they are still with you. We suggest ways to reconnect with your loved ones.

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Get through the tough stuff

Resilience is our ability to cope with life’s challenges and bounce back when things go wrong. Some of us are naturally more resilient than others, but the good news is that resilience is something we can all learn.

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How to Grieve

While there’s no right or wrong way to grieve - whether it's the loss of someone or something important to you - there are healthy ways to deal with some of the emotions you may be feeling.

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Deactivating the Panic Button

Many of us will experience a panic attack at some time in our lives. Fear of panic attacks can take a heavy emotional toll – it can even rule lives. But there’s plenty you can do to regain control, as our top tips show.

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Balance Negative Thoughts

Negative thinking can send you down and stop you getting the most out of life. But you can learn to change your thinking style.

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Control your anger

If you can understand how you react to and interpret situations where you feel angry, you can learn how to revise your reactions and stay in control.

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Alternatives to self-harm

So you made the big decision to stop self-harming and find better ways of coping with your distress. If you feel the urge to self-harm coming on, here are some ideas about what you might do instead.

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Bully for you

Lots of us have been bullied at school and hope that as we enter adult life we will have left all that behind us. But we can fall victim, to a bully, at any time in our lives. Understanding what's happening is the first step towards dealing with it.

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Know your worth

Low self-esteem can impact on every aspect of our lives – from our relationships to how we do our jobs. Understanding the thoughts and behaviours that perpetuate your sense of worthlessness is the first step towards believing in yourself again.

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Book Review - The Value of Quiet

Do you feel left in the shade by people who are more outgoing, entertaining and quicker on their feet than you? Here at last is a book that celebrates who you are.

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Everything you want to know about anxiety

Robbie Williams suffers from it, so does Ruby Wax. Nicole Kidman confesses to it at those ‘red carpet’ occasions. Anxiety can affect anyone, at any time. But it's how we manage it that counts.