FREE professional help and advice
From a qualified therapist and NHS Nurse
Currently, society is experiencing one of the greatest challenges many of us are likely ever to face in our lifetimes. In the last three months, life has changed quite dramatically for so many people. You only have to look at the latest divorce statistics, which have risen by over 42%, to realise that all our relationships are under pressure and some of us are really struggling to maintain them.
It’s hard to keep upbeat when faced with financial, personal and health uncertainty. The fear of the unknown plays on our mental health, creating anxiety and depression. One of the biggest challenges is knowing how to cope with all the changes that are happening in our lives.
Nearly everyone is experiencing some sort of difficulty and trying to learn a new way of going about daily life. Tasks we have previously taken for granted, such shopping and meeting friends, being able to hug our loved ones, now all come with a degree of restriction.
Gone are the days when we freely decided what we wanted to do and where we wanted to go. Not being able to make decisions for yourself can, in some ways make you feel safe, but in others create frustration and anger. Along with the divorce rate, the incidence of domestic abuse has also risen significantly.
In the coming weeks, we will be hosting webinars which we really hope you will join so that together, we can find a way through the difficulties that you are facing, as the Covid virus continues to dominate our lives. We will help to understand why some people cope better than others and give you the tools so that you too have the resilience to deal with your situation.
We want to address all the things that you are finding difficult to cope with. Between us, we have the expertise and experience to do this.
These webinars are for you, so send us your questions and we will answer them.