Welcome to The First Aid for Feelings blog, where you can find lots of helpful articles that will help you to develop the essential skills for self-care and health.
Are you struggling to have fun? Is fun even on your radar as something you’d like? For many, August is a month of summer holidays and, even if this does not apply to you, it’s helpful to use this cultural prompt to check in with how you’re doing when it comes to fun.
Webinar for EFT practitioners on Diversity. How to recognise points of difference and points of privilege and care for diversity. Hosted by The EFT Centre.
In this blog, we talk about what self-care is, the seven pillars of self-care and how to make a lasting self-care promise.
In this webinar at the Royal Society of Chemistry Thor talks about the three types of anxiety and how to recognise them. You can also hear someone’s lived experience of anxiety at university and in the workplace.
In this podcast Thor talks to Bernie Mitchell about how being a health activist helps them to stay strong and robust in their career whilst supporting people to feel better
In this podcast Thor talks to Andy Bargery about a three-dimensional understanding of the Imposter Syndrome and how it’s not all about what you believe about yourself.
Research shows 77% of people are worried about the cost-of-living crisis and 72% of people ‘believe overall health and wellbeing has declined in the past 12 months’.
When someone dies it can be hard to be remember to do your self-care and even to know what you are feeling. Read on to find tips and advice.
In this podcast Thor talks to Finola Howard about what First Aid for Feelings is and how it was created to help recovery from ME/CFS, Fibromyalgia and C-PTSD