I'm feeling unsafe
I feel uncomfortable, like my route out is blocked.
In the Moment
Move to somewhere you feel comfortable physically (e.g. your bed) or imagine somewhere relaxing and peaceful, then let yourself exist there for a moment whilst you recalibrate.
Lovely-looking magazine looking to undo some of the many stigmas surrounding mental health. Recent themes include ‘Masculinity’ and ‘Workaholism’.
If you’re looking for a beautiful piece of work to thumb through whilst also learning a thing or two about the realities and struggles of others, then Anxy Magazine is for you.
The Calmer You Podcast
Hypnotherapist Chloe Bretheridge is on a mission to calm your brain down.
Have a listen to her massive catalogue of episodes, featuring some fantastic interviewees plus suggestions and hacks for building confidence, being happier and ‘quieting your inner critic’.
Guests on the podcast come from the world of mental health, personal development, nutrition, medicine and many more – so there should hopefully be lots of these episodes that you find useful in some way or another.
Life Lessons from 100-Year-Olds
Meet Cliff, Emelia, and John. They’re all made it past the 100-year-old mark, and they’ve got a few observations to share about the years they’ve lived.
Learn how to appreciate life and let go of guilt and sadness in this short interview exploring the lives of three centenarians.
Seek Support From Those Who Make You Feel Safe
At Nalla, we all agree that it’s important to look for support from people who make you feel safe and cared for.
The person you talk to doesn’t have to be able to fix you, but they need to be a good listener—someone who’ll listen attentively and compassionately without being distracted or judging you.
Reach out to someone close to you, and be honest with them about your feelings. This can be hard to do, but even saying you need help out loud can be half the battle. Take it a step at a time, but just remember that you don’t have to face this challenge alone.
SANE provide emotional support, information and guidance for people affected by mental illness, their families and carers.
Textcare: comfort and care via text message, sent when the person needs it most.
Phone: 0300 304 7000 (4.30pm–10.30pm every day).