Anglia Counselling Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 days ago

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  • 5 Tips to Stop Anxiety When Falling Asleep

    Guest author Sarah Cummings, shares her insight on the causes and symptoms as well as her 5 tips on how to fall asleep when anxiety gets in the way. Are worries and anxiety keeping you up at night? If you are having issues falling asleep, you are not alone. I suffered from insomnia, for months, after ... [Read more...]

Anglia Counselling Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 days ago

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  • The ‘Fatal Flaw’ Found in Adulthood – Excerpt

    As featured on Psychreg – Let’s talk about behaviour, this is an excerpt from my article (The ‘Fatal Flaw’ Found in Adulthood) discussing emotions, CEN and trauma. Do you ever experience acute, sudden onset of very low moods or depressive states, seemingly without reason? Perhaps you have all the material items you could want, a wonderful ... [Read more...]

Anglia Counselling Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 weeks ago

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  • Mental Health and the Elderly

    We welcome back, guest author, Alice Porter who shares her thoughts on what to look out for in spotting the signs of mental health issues in our elderly and how we can help them to improve their mental health. According to the Mental Health Foundation, the 5 key factors that affect the mental health and ... [Read more...]

Anglia Counselling Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 weeks ago

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  • What do I need from a community?

    Resident guest author, Tim, gives his unique perspective on our differences, commonality and the importance of community. Sometimes I need to be part of a community of folk just like me. Only, since I am unique, and so is he, so is she, so are you, and so, most assuredly, is my M2F transgender cousin, and ... [Read more...]

Anglia Counselling Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 4 weeks ago

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  • Simply Relax

    A great infographic from Lifehack highlighting 40 ‘little things’ you can do to help you relax. Sometimes the simplest of things can a make BIG difference to how we feel! My five favourites are going for a walk (with Arthur, my rescue dog), attending yoga, taking a soak, meditating and watching a movie. What are your ... [Read more...]

Anglia Counselling Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Children’s Mental Health: Recognising the Signs

    Guest author, Alice Porter shares some insightful tips to help us recognise the signs of undiagnosed mental health issues in our young ones (sadly, something that I come across within my work as a counsellor). Alice, who is passionate about raising awareness of children’s mental health issues, is a writer for Lorimer Fostering and shares some great tips ... [Read more...]

Anglia Counselling Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Why You Might Like a Reality Check

    In today’s uncertain world we often find ourselves off-kilter, emotionally. We may recognise these times by way of our increased judgemental (negative) thoughts, our feelings (anger, anxiety), and our behaviours, (rage, intolerance, substance abuse, and more). So, what’s to do? If we can bring ourselves and our perspectives to a more realistic level of awareness, ... [Read more...]

Anglia Counselling Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • The Experience of Real Connection isn’t Instant Gratification

    Though we may feel gratitude, the experience of real connection isn’t instant gratification. Busy, busy and ultra-connected… yet some maintain both an online and personal presence, with balance. But does this matter? As a parent of three sons of wildly varying ages (25, 22, and 11) I’ve become acutely aware just how different our children’s ... [Read more...]

Anglia Counselling Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • What’s (Who’s) Banging the Drum to Your Emotional Beat?

    Do you ever wonder why you think, feel, and behave the way you do? I’m a practitioner offering an eclectic mix of modalities for clients suffering emotional turbulence, because those clients I work with often need a holistic approach to explore and often reconcile with their past, to positively influence the present. With mindfulness, the ... [Read more...]

Anglia Counselling Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • Choose to Come out on Fire from the Hells of Anxiety

    Guest author, Herbert, is a creative writer at Greatpaper. He values the importance of family towards his craft, and travels to give his writing a fresher perspective. He is fond of hiking, biking, and engaging in extreme sports. This week Herbert is sharing in our continued discussion on the subject of anxiety and is relapse with ... [Read more...]

Anglia Counselling Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • World Events and My Equanimity

    A stunning read from our resident guest author, Tim, that doesn’t require an introduction. How do I cope with the stress of world events? World events can throw a huge spanner in our works. One happened with an election result in the USA way before 20 January 2017, but the spanner arrived just then, yesterday, ... [Read more...]

  • Chronic Anxiety: The Cost to Health – and the Benefits of Present Moment Living

    The world we inhabit today is very different from that of our ancestors from hundreds of thousands of years ago. Much of the human brain has also evolved – and some has not evolved enough! Because we have the same (or similar) primal emotions, we have a mismatch in terms of our beliefs and perceptions ... [Read more...]

  • When Writing About Emotions and Thoughts

    Why is writing an integral part of life, for some more than others? Writers express their emotions, feelings and thoughts on a daily basis. Tim, our resident guest post author, covers expressing ourselves through writing and what it can achieve. There’s not a huge lot of point unless you use it as well for yourself ... [Read more...]

  • I have always hated Christmas and the New Year

    Tim, who has become our resident guest post author, explains why he has always hated Christmas, New Year and some other days. I have always hated Christmas and the New Year… I also hate my birthday. I hate some other days, too. Let me try to explain why. When I was a child, before I ... [Read more...]

  • 2016 – It’s Been Emotional!

    This year, last year, and all the years before have provided us experiences of pain, pleasure, and necessary neutrality. Every meaningful experience of our past will likely trigger an emotional state for this present time. However, what we make of these triggers is very much up to us. If we judge past experiences negatively or positively, ... [Read more...]

  • How Managing Cortisol Reduces Anxiety and Stress

    Cortisol is known as the stress hormone and when this is elevated over longer than optimal periods, it can lead to emotional, psychological, and physical harm. So, how can we reduce cortisol to improve our health? Are you able to spontaneously sit and ‘be’ – and feel relaxed? Are you struggling with stress, fatigue, sleep difficulties, ... [Read more...]

  • Ten Steps to Conquering Your Anxiety (Which will you choose?)

    It is neither a weakness or a failing to suffer the symptoms of anxiety. Whether we suffer intermittently right now, or most of the time, we CAN always do something to help reduce – and even remove the sense of dread associated with anxiety. Read on to see my tips for a less anxious life. ... [Read more...]

  • Encouraging Positive Thinking in Children

    This week’s guest post is by Matthew Snider – a writer, a personal development junkie and a regular blogger at Self Development Secrets. Matt, with his one quarter Asian descent, did not start out as a writer, but he says, “the love for a subject is the most important aspect of writing. The readers want ... [Read more...]

  • Can’t Sleep? Try Using Sound to Your Advantage!

    When you find sleep difficult, whether trying to get there – or after waking during the night, it can cause havoc with your next day. I’ve written about this a number of times, here’s one popular example, but for those of you perhaps less inclined with previous posts, this week’s guest author, Sarah, might have just ... [Read more...]

  • How to Be Social Without Letting Anxiety Overtake You

    Our guest author Caroline, who is a health and wellness blogger, enjoys helping others to improve and enhance their lives. She also loves teaching about how the mind works, keeping up to date with all the latest developments in psychology and mental health. Today she covers the topic of social anxiety. For some people, it ... [Read more...]

Anglia Counselling Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 7 months ago

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  • Emotionally Dysregulated? Here’s How to Reset for Good.

    Are you sleeping and eating well? Getting enough play and R&R time? Are your performances at work and your relationships at home all that they can be, or are you suffering from anxiety, explosive angry outbursts, or the symptoms associated with depression? Then these, among many other behaviours, are likely the result of living a ... [Read more...]

Anglia Counselling Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 7 months ago

Anglia Counselling Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 8 months ago

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