Category: <span>Mental Health & Wellbeing</span>

Crying is not a sign of weakness

Many people see crying as a sign of weakness and men in particular (although not exclusively) are brought up with the stigma of big boys don’t cry and men shouldn’t show their emotions. Much of this again goes back to parenting and the generations of beliefs that have been passed down to us and how society itself tries to avoid emotions and places men and women in certain boxes. As a child, if you fell and hurt your knee, you may think crying is weak if you were told to not be a baby and be a big boy/girl, brush it off.

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Therapy During Covid 19

Life has not been easy lately during the pandemic and some of you may be seeking therapy.  To keep Therapy accessible during …

Benefits of Counselling

People usually listen to us with the intention of answering and putting their opinion forward. In counselling, we listen …

Wellbeing and Mental Health in Football

Football can be a very lonely place with pressure to perform from within the club, the media, fans and family and friends. …