I recently came out about my mental health on LinkedIn. I held back from doing this through fear or prejudice or discrimination: my career has helped with my recovery. You can read the full post here: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/talking-saves-lives-sarah-hudson-/ If you have struggled to come out about mental health in your career, then I would love to know your thoughts – please leave a comment below. Love & peace Sarah 🙂
Working through traumatic events can be terribly difficult, but would you like to know some tips to help you bounce back and be resilient? Then read on!
I’m late 50’s, widowed, with two grown up daughters. Originally I’m from a very working class background in Ashington, Northumberland. […] We were always fond of travelling together.
Present day: I think I have visited 82 countries.[…]
I only had a few drinks, just to be social and catch up with old friends who I had not seen for months while travelling. The hangover the next day wasn’t worth it at all. I felt like I was going to die most the day after and hid in room watching American Dad and documentaries on Everest. My heart beating out of my chest and my pulse was elevated […]
Sometimes, little changes don’t help because there are environmental factors that are out of your control. It could be work, a partner, family […] cut those things out for our own peace of mind and sanity.Would you like to know about the big changes that you can make to help with stress?