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From the climate crisis, to the pandemic and criminalisation of protest – 2021 has been a difficult year. The winter months are a good time to reflect on how activism affects our mental health, and what practices we should engage in to make our journey as campaigners more sustainable.

Story

A pause from sustainability. This is an insightful and personal story about what I felt when I turned 30. Was it easy? No. Was it crazy? Yes. Am I thinking about things that I’ve never though I would’ve thought before? Yes, yes, yes.

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Perfectionism is linked to mental health issues, burnout, and stress, and relationship perfectionism can be equally damaging. But what is relationship perfectionism? Learn why perfectionism happens in relationships and how to let go of perfect relationship ideals.

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year’ is what we’ve been hearing about Christmas since we were kids. Although for many is indeed the most wonderful time of the year, for others it’s not and that’s okay.

Interview

Spending time outdoors has been scientifically proven to benefit our wellbeing. I had the pleasure of speaking to Karolina from London Wildlife Trust. In our interview, she speaks about the importance of socialising in outdoor settings and the effects of this on mental health.

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According to SingleCare, cases of eating disorders grew from 3.4% to 7.8% in 2020 globally. If you’ve watched the Netflix documentary ‘The Social Dilemma’, you might also remember the staggering statistics revealing the link between the self-harm increase in teenagers and the rise of social media.

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Talking about mental health can feel uncomfortable. But discussing your own mental health struggles and experiences can help improve connection and cooperation in relationships. Use these 6 steps to start talking about mental health with a partner, friend, or loved one now.

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Scientific evidence has shown that regular practice of physical activity is preventively associated with the most varied causes of mortality. More than gaining muscle mass or losing fat, the role of physical exercise in cognitive functions and regulation of emotions is increasingly relevant.

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Wildfires, a melting arctic, rising sea levels – many will recognise the deep unease these headlines create within ourselves. While concern about the future is a normal response, an increasing number of people experience profound feelings of depression and grief relating to the environment.

Article

Eco-anxiety, climate grief and all of those other emotions are perfectly rational responses to the unfolding situation – but yet, we have to find a way to balance them, to function in the world, because there is still hope and we can still make a difference. So where do we start?

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In the midst of a global pandemic and so much going on in the world, it’s important, now more than ever, to make sure we are taking care of our mental health! These practices have been so grounding during this time of so much uncertainty and I’ve definitely seen a shift in my mentality and anxiety levels.

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How many times have you had the urge to shop for something and found that the instant satisfaction about making that purchase only lasted for a short period of time? Human beings search for happiness all their lives, but the truth to happiness really lies within.

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