Depression casts long shadows, which can linger after symptoms have improved. Once the acute pain ameliorates, many people experience a hollow feeling that traps them in the outer shadows of depression.
12 ways to stop workplace anxiety from sabotaging your career
Continued workplace anxiety may erode your confidence over time, causing you to ignore your strengths at work so that you focus only on your limitations and underestimate your ability to cope with difficulties if they were to arise.
Most long-term relationships go through ups and downs. It’s important to know what reality looks like so you don’t have to feel like a failure every time it hits. As you accept what you and your partner struggle with, it means you can get help and improve things.
Laura Gordon: Why we are right to worry about return to work anxiety
The impact of return-to-work anxiety can be huge, whether returning from working at home or going back after furlough. It’s a big transition on the back of a year that’s already been filled with uncertainty and worry.
Coping strategies made a difference to mental well-being during COVID
Age was found to be one of the clearest determinants of mental well-being. Adolescents and young adults exhibited depression, anxiety and other adverse outcomes more so than older adults or younger peers.
5 key indicators that you’re ready to end your relationship
A relationship involves shared responsibility and communication, so if you find yourself navigating life individually without much regard for your partner, it could be a sign that the relationship has come to an end.
Compulsive Sexual Behaviours: A Psychosexual Treatment Guide for Clinicians
It sets the scene with a comprehensive understanding of compulsive sexual behaviours and very early on gives the foundations for a sex-positive and pluralistic approach to helping clients manage their compulsive sexual behaviours.