There’s a myth that having a harsh inner critic is some kind of secret weapon to getting where we want in life.
Anger is a feeling we all experience. It’s an emotional state that comes with thoughts and often physical feelings as well.
Friends are a big part of our everyday lives. Having good friends can greatly increase our overall sense of wellbeing.
When we ask young people what made a difference to them in helping them through tough times, they say having someone who listened to them was what helped them most.
As a parent or guardian, looking after your own mental health is really important. Here are some tips to support your own wellbeing.
In order to act early, we need to know what to look out for and how to tell if someone: a young person; or indeed anyone in our lives, is beginning to struggle with their mental health.
Many young people accessing Jigsaw services report feelings of anxiety. Here’s how you can support the young person in your life
The term ‘screen time’ gets bandied about quite a bit and when linked with young people reports can often be negative. The term itself is quite misleading as not all screen time is equal.
Young people are connected more than ever before and with that connectivity comes some concerns for parents.