From the LLTTF Blog
With lockdown continuing for longer than expected, the gradual easing of restrictions and steps back to a more normal way of life may seem to feel further and further away. It may be helpful for us to try and see some of the good we have experienced along with the many challenges we are living with throughout this global pandemic.
Getting the most out of the online courses and books.
We aim to equip churches, Christian organisations and Christian’s with evidence based resources which help people overcome low mood and anxiety and to build emotional resilience.
In just eight session our adapted Living Life to the Full online course can help you make a difference to your life. With associated downloadable worksheets, learn how to sort out your feelings when you feel low, worried or hopeless and learn skills that tackle problems in your life.
Getting back to normal in January during any year is a difficult and uncomfortable thing to do, never mind during a global pandemic. Often, we feel the pressure to start the New Year as a brand-new improved version of ourselves. However, most of us spend December being a very different version to our ‘normal’ selves. This blog is out how to get back to normal, and achieve realistic goals, rather than setting yourself up for a fail.
Take part in our Sky Gazing Challenge and win a free copy of our mindfulness book ‘Slow Down and Be.’ Help free your mind from worry and stress around coronavirus by getting back to nature and enjoying the sky.
“I’m Stressed” is a common phrase we often hear nowadays. If we want to deal with our ‘stress’ first, we need to know what it really means and how it affects us. How stress response can be helpful at times and at other times become emotionally and physically overwhelming. If we experience it for prolonged periods it can lead to mental and physical health problems. Fid out some tips for coping with stress in our blog.
In this blog we are looking at the Amazing Unhelpful Thought Busting Program (AUTBP) from our Living Life to the Full Course in closer detail to explain some of the frequently asked questions about how to use these really useful strategies to tackle unhelpful thinking...
It is approaching mid October , and the evenings are drawing in. For some of us the months seem to have flown by in some respects, but for others it has also been a long haul of living in uncertain and changeable times. Read our blog about coping with new restrictions, and looking after yourself.
It has been widely reported that lots of people developed unhealthy habits such as drinking alcohol more frequently and in larger volumes. With little structure to the day- no commute to and from work and around the clock easy to access home bar, stresses of working from home, homeschooling children, financial worries among many other strains. It is easy to see why some people turned to unhealthy habits out of pressure and stress.
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