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Sleeping and shift work: A practical approach to Self-Care
A shift worker's practical approach to overcoming the draining effects of night shift work with self-care.
“Why did you stay?” An insight into abuse
A revealingly honest interview examining the justification for blurring the lines between love and abuse.
Self-care: Expressing how you feel
Stephen Gammack shares how self-care is about learning to express how you feel and not let things bottle up inside, which has a significant impact on our health and wellbeing
Understanding the deeper essence of self-care…
Could there yet be deeper aspects to consider when consolidating our understanding of self-care? This article will offer more to consider regarding our relationship with self-care.
Workplace Health and Safety: keeping it simple
Workplace health and safety starts with you and how you are caring for yourself. Simple changes in how you arrange your workspace to ‘fit’ you and the way you work can make a huge difference to your health and wellbeing.
Self-care and people: how connection transforms the way you work
Ray Graham, an Apple Computer Support Technician, shares his experience of how connecting with people and making that his first priority before ‘fixing problems’ has completely transformed the way he works.
Connecting with people: a vital part of self-care
Ray Graham shares his experience of what self-care means to him and how it has changed from withdrawing from people to connecting and building relationships as a vital part of his health and well-being.
Self-Care: The essential ingredient to building self-confidence
A psychotherapist shares how self-care has changed her life by building her confidence to be herself in life no matter who she’s with or what she’s doing.
Self-care: An essential ingredient to a successful career
Kate Gamble, a General Manager in Marketing, shares how self-care is an essential ingredient for being a great manager, ensuring the person you bring to work is vital, engaged and open to connect with people.
Self-care and managing people: how the two go hand-in-hand
Kate Gamble, a General Manager in Marketing, shares how self-care has supported her to let go of the pressures and expectations to perform, allowing her to build more loving, connected relationships with people at work.