From the LLTTF Blog

Out of the Woods and Heading Into Winter

Out of the Woods and Heading Into Winter

With October behind us and winter approaching, it is a time to encourage preparation for making the best of the next 4 months – winter, often a time when we settle into our roots and tie things down.

Living Life to the Full In Your Menopause

Living Life to the Full In Your Menopause

Living Life to the Full In Your Menopause… So how can you help yourself, or a partner, wife, sister, mum, or anyone else experiencing unpleasant symptoms of the menopause? It can be helpful to understand more about what is going on and how to support your partner, wife, mother etc, read more in our blog.

Things You Can Do to Feel Happier Straight Away

Things You Can Do to Feel Happier Straight Away

We can all experience periods of time when we’re just not feeling at our best! This may be due to physical wellbeing or mental wellbeing. The good news is you can start to feel better in about 10 mins, this blog shows you how.

LLTTF Training

LLTTF Training

About Living Life to The Full (LLTTF): LLTTF courses have been designed to help people tackle low mood, stress, and improve wellbeing and resilience. The resources help to work out why you feel as you do, tackle problems, build confidence, get going again, feel...

Do you need to moderate your drinking?

Do you need to moderate your drinking?

Much work has been done over the years to educate the public on matters of safe drinking. We have seen local and national adverts on how many units of alcohol  are safe for both women and men to consume in one sitting and how often per week. Some of this has been...

Mental Health First Aid – what it is and who does it!

Mental Health First Aid – what it is and who does it!

Many people access first aid courses to ensure they have the necessary skills should they need to assist someone in a moment of crisis, minor injury or distress. This blog we discuss accessing mental health first aid training.

Mental Health Awareness

Mental Health Awareness

It’s Mental Health Awareness Month, and this year’s theme is ‘Nature’ This year’s Mental Health Awareness month aims to inspire more people to connect with nature in new ways, and to notice the impact that this connection can have for their mental health. It’s worth...

Facing Your Fears and Tackling Avoidance – how to use the Face It Planner sheet.

Facing Your Fears and Tackling Avoidance – how to use the Face It Planner sheet.

Are you struggling to get out and about or face things, people or places that feel too difficult? When we avoid it initially feels helpful – in the short term, but in the long term only compounds our anxious feelings and we can fall into a vicious cycle of avoidance, the more we avoid the less we do and the less we do the worse we feel, our world gets smaller and smaller, and we feel worse and worse! Find out how to use our Face It Planner Sheet here.

Stress- Dealing with Difficult Neighbours

Stress- Dealing with Difficult Neighbours

Lockdown has added to people’s life challenges and for some a sense of being trapped and as pressures have built up and we may have found ourselves in situations of increased stress. Common complaints from people in recent times is that lockdown has affected their relationship with others and some people have experienced increased serious hassles with neighbours such as witnessing anti-social behaviour, noncompliance with Covid restrictions, threats, noise abuse, damage to property.

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