Depression is a real but often misunderstood mental disorder that can be readily treated. Depending on the severity this may include counselling alone, or in combination with antidepressants. Sometimes you may think you or a loved one has clinical depression, but aren’t really sure what sets it apart from someone who’s just feeling the natural variations of the blues.
Almost daily I get asked a question along these lines“ Are phones and ipads bad for my child?”, “Why is anxiety on the rise, particularly in children?”, ”Is social media the reason for all our modern day mental health issues?” The short answer is…
This weekend marked the halfway point of the F45 challenge and it was time to see if the plan was taking me towards or away from my goals.
So I survived the first week of the challenge! Here’s how I did it. It’s not just about diet and exercise, it is about fitting it into your life so you don’t compromise the things you love.
Thich Nhat Hanh (in his book The Miracle of Mindfulness) writes “Mindfulness helps you go home to the present. And every time you go there and recognise a condition of happiness that you have, happiness comes."
You may be wondering why I have posted this in February? Is it because I am a month late, leisurely hanging out with my family or enjoying the Australian Open Tennis? No. I post this deliberately on 1st February as this is when my year really starts. Why?
I learnt many things in 2018! Things as a mum are always changing and in business we had a massive year thanks to the inspiration of the amazing Gerda Muller who taught me to let go of control and build TMC further. I learnt many lessons from things that went well and things that didn’t.