Let 2016 be the year that you take back control of your life. The year that you start making steps towards looking after your mental health and wellbeing.
Many make new year resolutions, which often include getting your body back into shape, or to be more career focus, and while it’s great to set these kind of goals for yourself, taking care of your mind, and your mental health will go a long way in ensure you are on the right path towards reaching the goals you have set for yourself.
One of the goals that is forgotten at this time of year, is improving the quality of your relationships with those people you care about most. Often these relationships have been set in place over many years, and are taken for granted, or have slipped into something that is often seen as too hard to fix. But this doesn’t have to be the case.
There is a direct and immediate link between your feelings on the quality of these close relationships and your own wellbeing.
It doesn’t matter whether the relationship has been going on for 2 years or 20, or if it’s a partner, friend, parent or child, we all have someone, that we could become closer with (again) and benefit both of you.
At happiness matters, we are trained counsellors who can listen and support you. Located in the heart of the CDB we are able to meet with you before or after work, or during your lunch break. If the city is not a convenient spot for you to meet, we are able to arrange alternatives including speaking via Skype.