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Combat Stress, the MoD and mental health

I've never suffered from trauma but know people who have, like Stuart, my business partner in 321 Websites and good friend. Trauma doesn't have to come from war, or a particularly horrific event, it would seem, listening to Stuart, as he explains his difficulties stemmed from a particular series of events in his school that caused [...]

By |2018-03-01T15:09:22+00:00March 1st, 2018|The Tribe|0 Comments

People with depression use language differently

From the way you move and sleep, to how you interact with people around you, depression changes just about everything. It is even noticeable in the way you speak and express yourself in writing. Sometimes this “language of depression” can have a powerful effect on others. Just consider the impact of the poetry and song [...]

By |2018-02-07T10:35:29+00:00February 7th, 2018|Must Read|0 Comments

Three reasons to get your stress levels in check in 2018

It’s difficult not to get stressed in our fast-paced lives. Whether you’re working overtime, battling exams, or caring for a sick relative, chronic stress has become commonplace. When we’re acutely stressed, the fight-or-flight system jumps into action, sending a surge of adrenaline through the body. This product of evolution dramatically increases our reaction speed and [...]

By |2018-01-03T09:13:31+00:00January 3rd, 2018|Must Read|0 Comments

The 8 year old boy who wants to die

A mother has revealed that she has been waiting several weeks to get urgent help for her eight-year-old son who tried to kill himself and wrote heartbreaking suicide notes. Jack Rogan, who has autism, wrote notes saying ‘I wish that mam would kill me’  and asking ‘what is wrong with me. His mother Kerry Linnell, [...]

By |2017-12-14T19:51:31+00:00December 14th, 2017|Must Read|0 Comments

Music therapy may help ease depression

Traditional depression treatments like psychotherapy or medication might work better for some patients when doctors add a dose of music therapy, a research review suggests. Researchers examined data on 421 people who participated in nine previously completed short-term experiments testing the benefits of music therapy on its own or added to traditional interventions for depression. [...]

By |2017-12-13T20:52:53+00:00December 13th, 2017|Must Read|0 Comments