This blog was inspired by a conversation I had with fellow ECBC babe, Jen, whilst we were marching around Manchester on the Global Climate Strike on 21st September. The march was great- filled with love, compassion and a real, vibrate-the-air desire for change. However, it was easy to see how overwhelming an event like this… Continue reading Anxiety, Activism and Protesting
Hurricanes, forest fires, wild storms, hottest summers on record, melting ice caps, animal extinction and scientists giving us just 12 years to turn this all around—there is a lot feel anxious about when it comes to the future of our planet. And you wouldn’t be alone in feeling like this. A report released in 2017… Continue reading Eco-Anxiety: What can I do if I am worried about climate change?
We need to talk about poo. Whether you deal with anxiety on a daily basis, about to do something out of your comfort zone or just really stressed out, getting an upset tummy is a really common issue and one that isn’t talked about nearly enough. So let’s talk about it! Why does it happen?… Continue reading Nervous Tummy; why it happens and how you can help
The opening and the ending are always the most important parts of any story. The Dusk ‘til Dawn blog series is centred around the idea that the way we start and end our days set the tone for how we feel. ***** It's the end of the day and you're looking forward to snuggling down… Continue reading Dusk ‘Til Dawn – Coping With Nighttime Anxiety
The opening and the ending are always the most important parts of any story. The Dusk ‘til Dawn blog series is centred around the idea that the way we start and end our days set the tone for how we feel. ***** Cold sweats, racing heart, sinking stomach, buzzing mind. And all you’ve done is… Continue reading Dusk ‘til Dawn: Coping with Morning Anxiety
You know those days when the world seems to be running on high speed around you: the days when your mind is abuzz with all the should and musts and the endless to-dos and you can't keep up? You know those days when you wish there was a universal mute or pause button so you… Continue reading The ECBC Book Club: Matt Haig’s Notes On A Nervous Planet
The history of humankind is inextricably tied up with that of storytelling. From the earliest cave paintings, through the development of signed and spoken language to the written word and the development of social media, for as long as we have existed we have lived our lives through the telling of stories and through the… Continue reading The Power of Storytelling – #NationalStorytellingWeek
Living with anxiety can be extremely challenging, especially as invisible illnesses are not seen as important to treat than others. From our own experiences living with anxiety we would recommend: 1. Drink less caffeine Yes. I know. It hurts to even type those words. As someone who lives for coffee and coca cola, it is… Continue reading 5 Things you can do to help live with anxiety