Eat well

Eat Well

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Exercise Well

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Socialise Well

Think Well

Think Well

Think Well

The way we think, greatly affects the way we approach things within our day-to-day life; which may be enjoyable things or necessary things.Thinking well and more positively, doesn’t mean that you attempt to ignore things going on in your life and disregard life’s less pleasant situations. Positive thinking just means that you approach difficult situations in a more positive and productive way.

It’s normal to feel a wide range of emotions: such as happiness, joy, sadness, anger and anxiety.

These feelings only become a problem when they stop us doing what we enjoy doing and/or things we need to do; so it is worthwhile looking at if the way you are thinking is contributing to how you tackle situations and/or problems.

The way we think affects the way we feel, which inturn can be affected by all sorts of things: including lifestyle, relationships, past experiences. However, there are ways we can look after ourselves and have a greater control over how we think.

GET Self Help is a fabulous website with a huge amount of information, that will help you look at all areas of your thoughts and how to manage them. including Mindfulness and Unhelpful thinking habits.

Below are links to services/websites that are designed to help you think well and improve your mental wellbeing.


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