An understanding of the effects of Toxic Masculinity
Toxic masculinity is a phrase that is being more commonly used in recent times. What does it mean and how are men responding to these models of masculinity that are negatively affecting their lives in so many ways.
Bringing self-care to work: caring for you is caring for others
A Psychotherapist’s perspective on how self-care supports her to stay engaged in her work by following the impulse to rest when she needs to and not reacting to her clients or getting caught in emotional drama.
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
Self-care: Building relationships with people at work
A Health Promotion Officer’s perspective on how self-care for him is all about relationships with people and opening up to letting them in.
Coming out of exhaustion and depression
How do you recognise exhaustion when living in constant stimulation is all you know? Discover those ways that keep us stimulated and away from the stillness we naturally are.
What are some of the unexpected benefits of Esoteric Yoga?
Can our relationship with stillness affect the quality of our lives?
Eating disorder or disordered eating?
Labelling and addressing eating disorders alone can limit healing and does not address the epidemic that humanity experiences called disordered eating. Would we see things differently if we reverse the words of eating disorder and addressed instead our disordered eating?
Self-care: Saying no to abuse
A Disability Support Worker’s perspective on how self-care is about learning to deeply honour the body and saying no to abuse in its many forms.
How self-care can support men to accept their tenderness
Stephen Gammack shares how self-care has changed the way he sees himself as a man, supporting him to let go of needing to be tough or reserved and accept his own tenderness.