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Helping your child with mental health

The past 365 days have not been an easy one for the majority of people. It’s been filled with uncertainty, disappointment, fear, and anger among other emotions.

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University mental health tips

This year, University Mental Health Day is more important than it has ever been before with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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Five top reasons to volunteer

Volunteering gives you the chance to make a contribution to the kind of community and world that you want to live in. Every volunteer can make a great difference, do not underestimate your potential.

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My volunteering experience

Kaiden has been volunteering for several months and has shared his experiences of volunteering and why more people should volunteer.

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The gender gap in education

Research conducted across the globe confirms that women are more educated today than fifty years ago in every country in the world. While it’s exciting to know this, it does not change the fact that there is still a gap, hence, more work to be done.

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The importance of empowering women

Gender equality is a human right and in the eyes of the law, men and women appear to have equal rights. In a year of unprecedented crises, we must not forget the fight for gender equality.

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Overcoming stress and anxiety

In these times of immense uncertainty, we are all prone to worrying about what the future holds. However it’s imperative to be mindful of your wellbeing by not worrying about issues which are not within your control.

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M-learning: an inclusive way of distance learning

In these times of immense uncertainty, we are all prone to worrying about what the future holds. However, it’s imperative to be mindful of your wellbeing by not worrying about issues that are not within your control.

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Our children, our future: part 1

Children, we love them, they love us. They are cute to behold and are loved by both strangers and family. Sometimes, we have children because society expects us to and other times, we have them because we desire to be parents and can’t wait to complete our family with a child.

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Our children, our future: part 2

In helping children who have been traumatised, Dr. Perry asserts that they can experience a normal adult life if they commit to continuous treatment, remain in loving relationships, and are connected with the right resources. nonetheless, recovery is possible.

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The Incredible years: part 1

Play is important for the development of children, it allows parents and children to develop a strong relationship at home and outside, engaging with each other. Play is a learning tool for children and parents.

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The incredible years: part 2

I recently attended a Mental Health awareness day hosted by Julie Keir who has a Masters Degree in Counseling & Psychotherapy from London Metropolitan University. Julie explained how positive or negative seeds planted in a child’s early days of life have a major impact on later life.

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Relationship: keeping joy

Most of the time, we judge people by their character and their attributes. We often decide if we believe them based on their previous actions, and that determines the strength of our relationship with them, either in good or bad times.

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Start of the Computer learning programme

Sovereign House Gh started the Computer Learning Programme for children in Salford, Greater Manchester. It’s a story with many plot twists, that are still being continued today.

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The importance of play

In addition to providing physical fitness, play time has several manifest and latent benefits for children. By using the term “ play”, I’m not referring to a truck load of toys and structured fun, I’m making a case for outside, in the open, unstructured fun.

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