Tag Archive for: mental health

10 Expert Tips for Better Sleep

By: Sabrina Peters

Do you ever find yourself tossing and turning in bed, your mind racing with thoughts that just won’t seem to quiet down? Read more

How to Be Okay With Not Being Perfect

By: Sarah Hindle

In my previous (music) career, I spent many years focussing on error; of technique, resonance, intonation or phrasing. Read more

9 Signs of Burnout

By: Sabrina Peters

In today’s fast-paced world, it’s increasingly common for individuals to find themselves in a state of burnout—a condition characterised by overwhelming physical and emotional fatigue typically stemming from prolonged exposure to high levels of stress. Read more

How to Identify Faulty Thinking

By: Michelle Nortje

We very often automatically believe our thoughts and take them as fact. Read more

A Holistic Approach to Self Care

By: Sabrina Peters

Self-care is not an endorsement for self-indulgence or an excuse to evade responsibility or forsake commitments. Read more

A Holistic Approach to Self Care

By: Sabrina Peters

Self-care is not an endorsement for self-indulgence or an excuse to evade responsibility or forsake commitments. Read more

Why Perfectionism is Not Really Perfect

By: Jennifer Chu

Perfectionism is an interesting idea. Many consider this term a compliment, some pride themselves of being a perfectionist, whilst some would even say that they wish they are a bit more of a perfectionist.  Read more

Embracing Sensitivity: Mastering Life as a Highly Sensitive Person

By: Michelle Nortje

A Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) is someone who has a heightened sensitivity to external and internal stimuli. Read more

Why the World Needs More Emotionally Healthy Pastors

By: Sabrina Peters

Emotionally unhealthy pastors often leave a trail of chaos in their wake, causing harm to both the individuals and organisations they lead. Read more