Alison explains that the lock down will mean that bereaved people are likely to have to deal with increased trauma and may be cut off from some of their usual support network
Lockdown is slowly lifting for some but many couples remain at home for long periods. This, says Wirral transformational mind coach Alison Blackler, can present big challenges for relationships. She offers her advice on how to cope when the going gets tough
During the global coronavirus pandemic, there are many people who are facing the tragic loss of life and it is clear, under very difficult circumstances. Check out my published article in the Wirral Globe.
Stick to a routine. Go to sleep and wake up at a reasonable time, write a schedule that is varied and includes time for work as well as self-care. Dress for the social life you want, not the social life you have. Get showered and dressed in comfortable...
Alison Blackler, founder of Wirral-based 2minds worked for the NHS for several years supporting survivors of domestic abuse, and says the coronavirus lockdown has led to a rise in cases – but there is help available. Restrictions of the coronavirus lockdown is...
Managing our emotions has never been more difficult in this current situation. The emotional part of the mind will be challenged every day with the uncertainty and pressure we are all under. Check out this article if you want to understand how to manage your emotions better.
It is difficult to know when to pinpoint the start of this journey. Writing a book, who would have thought it! I can’t say that I have known I was always going to write a book like some people. Eventually it just became the right and next step although for me it...
Read my article about some of the challenges we are facing and I explain the triggers for some of common fears and anxieties many of us share.
Check out, my article along with a few others around how to manage during this unprecedented times. #staysafe #inthistogether
I chat with Steve Evans on Radio Clatterbridge about my book A Path Travelled and the journey behind it.
Frightened and stressed about coronavirus? We are all in this together. These are confusing, stressful times for all of us. The coronavirus outbreak is scary and can affect our mental health.
Thanks to the rise of social media people across the world are more connected than we have ever been in the history of civilisation. However, our reliance on social media can have a detrimental effect on our mental health.