Having pets offers so many health benefits, alleviating stress, anxiety, depression, loneliness, getting fit and so much more…
Just when we thought that there was a ray of light for some sort of normality (whatever that may mean to each person), when we thought that things might be looking brighter, we are hit with another lockdown, a month and half away before the festive season, ‘Christmas.’
Unmanaged emotions can often hijack your energy and behaviour, causing a distorted view of life’s experiences, whether you are aware of it or not. And often when this happens, we have a knee-jerk reaction which rarely gives us good outcomes.
Whether people realise it or not, the workplace environment is drastically going to change due to the COID-19 Global Pandemic which no doubt is going to affect a lot of businesses and their overall performance.
A super thanks to Lady Anita Duckworth-Bradshaw & her wonderful team at Powerhouse Global Magazine for interviewing me to feature in their magazine!
As we are returning to life, I keep writing in my journal which helped free my mind and take control of my mental health during the lock down.
There is so much talk about ‘What makes a great leader?’ A great leader will always take time to evaluate, reflect, innovate and importantly listen to his/her employees. However, it doesn’t stop there. Leadership can be described in many forms.
“Leaders instill in their people a hope for success and a belief in themselves. Positive leaders empower people to accomplish their goals.”
A complete and utter shock to the entire Global World, since World War II, turning lives of millions of people upside down due to this deadly virus called COVID-19 (Corona Virus). From one minute to the next we are having to reinvented and adjust our lives drastically-
Shifting your mindset on how to lose weight is the biggest factor in losing weight can’t shift our weight from the outside without realizing the correct inner resolve and intention.”
With increasingly, current concerns and issues around mental health, it is a huge one for university students. As it is known, it is not being addressed effectively and sufficiently during primary and secondary years, which in turn is causing even much greater issues when young adults are entering universities.
Time to Talk 2019 – Thursday 7th February. by Zeenat Noorani | Feb 7, 2019 | Mental Health, News | Far too many people with mental health problems are made to feel isolated, worthless and ashamed. Just by having conversations about mental health can break down barriers and stigmas around it. However, Time To…
Festive Christmas Blues by Zeenat Noorani | Dec 16, 2018 | News | Why this time of the year can be anything but merry. By Zeenat Noorani – Resilience Wellbeing Coach, NLP Practitioner & Mental Health First Aider How worried or stressed are you about Christmas this year? Are you feeling overwhelmed and concerned with: …
It doesn’t matter how old you are, whether you work or don’t, we all encounter stress, which can impact our mental health and wellbeing. I’ve experienced it and I know many who’ve also had to. The stresses of; work, performing and pressures from those around you, are all common triggers of poor mental health.
School phobias very common these days, school avoidance and school refusal are elements that describe an anxiety disorder in children who have an irrational, persistent fear of going to school. There are many factors which influence this behaviour.
Reframing is a cognitive psychological technique that consists of identifying and then disputing irrational or maladaptive thoughts, feeling and behaviour. The importance is to know that all three are connected.
Alarming statistics- This is where things are at so let’s begin with some stats. Evidence shows that mental health issues can begin as early as 5/6 year olds. Record levels of young people are struggling at an increasingly fast pace and unable to cope with the speed and demands in which the modern world is changing.
What do I mean by Resilience? All children regardless of their age are capable of working through challenges, and coping with stress, when given the right tools. Resilience is the ability to bounce back from failures, stress, trauma or even adversity.
Each day from tomorrow I shall share with you the seven phases. I have often asked myself this on many occasions but more so over the last year or so… Have you ever questioned what happiness is? Finally realising that when I dug deep enough it was then that I realised that the core of…
Unfortunately, many of us don’t perceive the which means of psychological state issues and have a tendency to possess a negative read of individuals who are suffering from these problems. this may usually end in folks with psychological state issues to be treated badly or tagged during a means that hurts their standing within the community.
In today’s ever demanding society, more and more is expected, and that without the consideration of the affect that it is a high stressful job which affects ones’ mental health. As sales people one needs to increase their mental toughness…
When things go wrong, resilience is what helps you to cope and get through hard times and difficult situations. Sometimes it makes you even stronger than you were before. Resilience refers to your innate ability to recover and bounce back from life’s challenges.