The COVID-19 Pandemic has affected all of us. Some of us may feel we have passed it, with Joe Biden recently stating that the Covid-19 pandemic is over. Whereas some of us may be struggling to get back to ‘normal’ – whatever that means. In this blog we will be discussing the effects COVID-19 had on our mental health, with the help of psychotherapist Marina Tricard. And why now might be the best time to create a new ‘normal’.
A new academic term is just around the corner, if not already started, and for those of you who have chosen to study abroad or head off to university – your adventure is about to begin. There will be challenges ahead, possibly when it comes to making new friends. Although forming friendships can seem daunting, it’s important to remember that being a good friend is easy and making new friends is fun – here’s why.
‘No body is the same – and yet so often we compare ourselves to others, talk ourselves down and try to change our bodies, in hopes that we will one day love them. But what if it isn’t our bodies that we need to work on? What if it’s our minds, our outlook, that needs to change?
There is no right or wrong way to be ourselves. Our bodies are beautiful. And if you don’t agree, then this blog is for you’
The LGBTQIA+ community is incredible. Not just in the month of Pride but all year round. Pride month reminds us why this resilient community is worth celebrating, but we must remember that Pride is more than parades and a flag.
We’ve got a lot of time for Pride… here’s why.
When we think of peer pressure we often think of the negatives. We are often taught to avoid the people that apply pressure. And sometimes, that is the case. However, as much we want to avoid it, we will not only endure negative peer pressure in our lifetimes, but we may be the ones applying it too – sometimes without even realising.
Congratulations, study abroad, international student or even home students in a new place! You’re a world traveler, maybe an international student, and you have just
Author: Katherine Young, mindhamok wellness coach Joseph Campbell, author and professor, wrote “The moment you sign up for life you sign up for suffering, but
Author: Katherine Young, mindhamok wellness coach You likely know the sleep science and how critical sleeping well for 7-9 hours a night is for your
This time of year – the end of term and study abroad students heading home – can be intense. We are hearing that anxiety is up. What can students do during this time?
How have you and your friends experienced the culture around drinking at Uni so far? And how would you describe how you are handling it? Read on to see how our ambassador found drinking to be excessive in her experience.
Read on to learn to distinguish between ‘anxiety’ and ‘panic’; and significantly, steps you can take to take care of yourself if you are experiencing either.
Studying abroad may well turn out to be one of those pivotal periods in life that opens you into different ways of seeing the world and yourself in it. And it has its challenges. Familiarize yourself here with the phases of cultural adjustment, a framework to help you think specifically about your adjustment to the new culture you are moving towards.
Mindhamok’s blog offers a straightforward and supportive approach to the rich and challenging experience of university, resourcing you to your wholeness, joy and purpose.
This simple yet complex word means a lot for all of us. What we put in our body affects our cells and influences our thoughts.
By Hetanshi Joshi | mindhamok ambassador. “The gentlest reminder: You might not need to read another self-help book, attend another training, or bookmark another Instagram