Our emotional needs and wounds affect all that we do. So, why don't we tend to them as we do physical needs and wounds?
We invited TED Talk'er and licensed psychologist, Dr Guy Winch, to talk to us about emotional first aid - what it is and ho
We're often our own worst critics. The negative self-talk can be cruel, it gives depression power and eventually, we start to believe the things we tell ourselves.
We invited one of the world’s leading experts on self-compassion, Dr Kristin Ne
Being an entrepreneur comes with its own set of trials and tribulations. The buck stops with you which can be liberating, extremely frightening and lonely.
We invited trailblazing entrepreneur, Jo Gifford, to talk to us about managing the work
One of the first signs of depression is a change in sleep habits. People who have depression often say that they either have difficulty falling and staying asleep despite feeling tired (insomnia) or it’s all they want to do and they still feel
The stigma of mental health often prevents those who are unwell, from reaching out for the help and support they so desperately need and deserve.
We invited Plymouth's newly-elected MP, Johnny Mercer, to tell us about his crusade to stamp out
Food is the fuel which keeps us ticking over. Our body and brain draw all the nutrients they need from the food and drink we consume.
We invited award-winning dietitian, Lucy Jones, to shed some light on the role food and drink plays in our we
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