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It’s good to talk!

October 7, 2019 Editor 0

Our World Suicide Awareness Day event was a brilliant success drawing our biggest audience to date, with 160 people attending to raise awareness and educate themselves about a very emotive and, unfortunately, still taboo subject.

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A tale of two perspectives…

September 2, 2019 Editor 0

You have just played really well individually, but your team has just lost in the dying minutes and a mistake that you made very early in the match has played a part in costing your

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Time to address your stress!

September 2, 2019 Editor 0

Stress is “the adverse reaction people have to excessive pressures or other types of demand placed on them” (Health and Safety Executive). Stress is a widely used term, but when does stress become unhealthy? Stress

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A message of hope from West Kent Mind

August 3, 2019 Editor 0

A challenging topic for this, our second column, but it is of utmost importance and a conversation that we all need to be part of. It is a sad reality that statistics show that globally

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Should I stay or should I go?

May 2, 2019 Editor 0

Just as children have, parents have undoubtedly changed compared to previous generations. Parents are now held responsible for their child’s behaviour and performance 24/7. Parents feel they are evaluated in public on their parenting particularly

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Are you raising a humble athlete?

March 4, 2019 Editor 0

Humility and being humble is an admirable trait and one that as parents we should be looking to foster and nurture in our children. Humble athletes often possess many of the characters and behaviours that