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Who Wants to be Stress-less?

Who Wants to be Stress-less? Let's be honest....who couldn't do with reducing their stress levels and improving anxiety? Life is so busy and stressful these days - too many demands and not enough time to meet those demands. And what about self-care and time for oneself? can forget that, can't you? Well, actually, you don't need to forget about that. IT IS POSSIBLE to manage stress more effectively, improve anxiety AND make time for yourself and the things that make you feel relaxed and healthier. AND... we can support you with this too! Bonus!! So, if you want to work towards being 'stress-less' then you've come to the right place. Start reducing stress and anxiety today and work towards making some time for you. All our therapists and dietitians are friendly. supportive, encouraging and highly qualified. What have you got to lose? Only your stress. Get in touch today. Our contact details are below.    CONTACT DETAILS W: www.glasgowanxietydepressi

Understanding Control

  Understanding Control    Understanding Control ... and some little activities you can try for yourself (you can email us for a free self-help worksheet) Control and the desire to be in control is often synonymous with eating disorders. Of course, that's not the case for everyone experiencing eating disorders/disordered eating. However, many find that having some control over something in their life - food and weight and body - helps them feel they have some more control over other things in their life that otherwise feel overwhelming, stressful, difficult to deal with or out-of-control. Control or non-control of eating and food can provids a way of also coping with often painful, difficult or distressful thoughts, emotions, experiences or memories: by blocking them out, denying them, or dealing with them via one’s relationship with food and eating.   For those with eating disorders, life seems easier to manage through the control or non-control of food. Eating disorders can often