• A woman with bruises on her face holding a piece of paper with a smile over her mouth
    Cultural Patriarchy Issues
    by Arteo
    Many modern societies are based on the patriarchal principles of gender roles and male dominance. When the woman doesn’t fit society’s norm, the cultural patriarchy issues that arise can lead to conflict within the family and mental health problems.
  • A woman with her head in her hands and working on her laptop
    Coping with stress
    by Arteo
    If stress has become a part of your life and you’re finding it increasingly difficult to focus, these strategies will help you cope with stress and form healthy self-help mechanisms.
  • A close up on eyes
    What is anxiety?
    by Arteo
    Anxiety is the most common mental health concern in the UK, affecting people of all ages and genders. Generally, anxiety manifests as a feeling of constant fear and worry, but the symptoms can vary from person to person.
  • A man on top of a mountain looking out over the view
    Make 2021 Your Year
    by Arteo
    No one knows what 2021 has in store, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make it your year. These tips can help you start the year with a renewed self of confidence and positivity.
  • A woman with falling confetti and balloons at a Birthday party
    Starting the New year Positively
    by Arteo
    New year, new hopes, new challenges. Whatever 2021 has in store, these tips will help you start 2021 on a positive note, staying mindful of your emotional wellbeing.
  • A woman with her arms extended out on a balcony and looking out over a sunrise
    How to beat the January Blues
    by Arteo
    Sometimes, a new year doesn’t feel like an exciting prospect. These simple and achievable steps will help you beat the January Blues and start the year with a renewed sense of purpose.
  • A lonely looking woman in a bus looking out the window
    Why do Januarys feel so bad?
    by Arteo
    January usually starts on a high note and then becomes the most depressing month of the year. There are several reasons why this happens, from the fact that the holidays are over, to environmental factors and debt-induced stress.
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