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Most New Year’s resolutions fail. Here’s how to make yours succeed.

Many people begin the New Year with a well-intentioned resolution. For many reasons, most will fail. Here’s how you can give your New Year’s resolution the best chance of success.

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Talking about suicide and separating fact from fiction

Suicide is not usually discussed socially or at the family dinner table. Understandably, it’s an unpleasant topic. However, there may come a time when someone you know is feeling suicidal, or a suicide has affected someone in your life.

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The festive season and dealing with financial pressure

The holidays are meant to be a time of rest and relaxation. However, money can be a common worry for many people in this time. Check out these tips and advice for dealing with finance stress during the festive season.

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Social anxiety and the festive season

Going to an event where you don’t know anyone? Many people will feel a bit nervous in this situation. While the worry or stress usually passes quickly, people with social anxiety disorder might feel so anxious and stressed that it can affect everyday life.

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Managing work stress before the holidays

Work can get stressful in the period before the holiday season. Here are some handy tips for managing work stress during this hectic time.

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Here are 6 ways that reaching out can bring people together

Struggling with depression or anxiety? Opening up about it could actually help you feel better.

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What is anxiety and what are some common signs?

Everyone gets nervous once in a while. Anxiety is when those negative feelings are more than just short-term. Instead, they just don’t seem to go away.

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How to break the negative thinking loop

Although worry is a normal human emotion, many people get stuck in a constant cycle. Here are some ways you can break the “negative thinking loop”.

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Why is self-harm so difficult to talk about?

Self-harm is when you deliberately cause pain, injury or damage to yourself. It is often seen as a way to deal with strong emotional distress. So why do so many people find it difficult to talk about?

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6 common things people affected by suicide go through

Have you been affected by suicide? How long those strong feelings last is not a reflection of how much you loved the person who died. You will never forget them — but you are allowed to move on.

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