Seeing humour

I love Gemma Correll's work, which actually makes you smile at the darker issues some of us go through. I know the last thing we feel like doing is laughing when feeling low, but if you can find a little humour from time to time, it really helps. I'd say my 'funniest' moment when I … Continue reading Seeing humour

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12 Days of Xmas Wellbeing: Treating low mood

Over 12 days in the lead-up to Christmas, I’ll be writing 12 posts all about boosting your wellbeing… On the 5th day of Christmas my true love gave to me… 12 quotes to inspire and live by, 11 song lyrics and movie quotes to boost and motivate, 10 websites for when life gets tough, 9 ways … Continue reading 12 Days of Xmas Wellbeing: Treating low mood

Booster tip #7: Finding alternative perspectives

In my post about a useful, practical way of raising low self-esteem, I said I would write a follow-up article on how to find alternative perspectives to negative predictions. It can be really hard to think of an alternative perspective when you strongly believe something negative. Asking yourself the following questions may help... I will use … Continue reading Booster tip #7: Finding alternative perspectives

Boosting self-esteem tip #6: Predictions and Precautions

Raising self-esteem is not easy, and you will struggle with the journey without doing practical exercises to change your inner beliefs. Doing this simple predictions and precautions exercise will help you better understand what is the cause of your problems and how to challenge your core beliefs which are resulting in low self-esteem. Below is a … Continue reading Boosting self-esteem tip #6: Predictions and Precautions