Category Archives: Publications

School Pressures Cause Self Harm….

We have been trying to address this issue for too long now. Parents please let your child know that they are valuable to you no matter what their exam results are. Don’t let them be harassed by a system that … Continue reading

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Coping With Stress

Stressheads App Stressheads is a free mobile app launched by Youthnet to help young people cope with stress.  It is a mobile “stress relief tool” and provides young people with: Distractions to avoid stress Stress Management ideas to take control … Continue reading

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Stay Informed. Stay relevant

A message to all Mums with teenage girls. Our daughters feel we worry about the wrong issues. Do we ? Check it out here….

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Beyond The Scales – Guest Blog by Emma Scrivener

Originally posted on ThinkTwice:
Eating disorders are about more than just weight. They’re about control, perfectionism, boundaries, families and emotions. They represent a way of thinking and relating, both to yourself and to others. Recovery therefore, isn’t just a matter…

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Thoughts from Jeff Lucas

A few thoughts based on Jeff Lucas’ recent book ‘Faith in the Fog’ which explores issues like faith when we have more questions that answers, depression and burnout, the connection between love for God and our emotions, and handling disappointment with God … Continue reading

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The Digital Age

A very interesting article by Arianna Walker of Mercy Ministries UK.      

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Cut Cake Not Wrists

If your son/daughter wants help then why not show them this. It is in keeping with youth culture and it’s great to see young people encouraging each other to find a different way.  

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Self Harm Facts

I was listening to this on Radio 4 earlier in the year and thought it had many interesting facts – but also issues to raise. Self-harm hospital admissions among children ‘at five-year high’ By Sima KotechaBBC Radio 4’s Today … Continue reading

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Our minds are full of stuff which most of us are able to ignore or shake off. But for some people these thoughts have taken over, gained control. Negative thoughts come to them and, over the course of time, their … Continue reading

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  So here we have the NCB’s definition of Self Harm. What about your loved ones? Are they suffering? Don’t wait around and hope it will all just go away. Don’t struggle alone, get in touch with others who are facing the … Continue reading

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