Posts By: Peter Law

Do you ever feel unattractive?

Feeling you aren’t attractive enough to be with your partner can be demoralising and isolating. It can happen for various reasons. Your self-esteem may have taken a knock – and with it, your sense of how desirable you are. Perhaps it’s something that you’ve begun to feel after going through physical changes; after an injury,… Read more »

What you can do if your partner is drinking too much

Feeling your partner drinks too much can create tension and upset in your relationship. You may feel your partner is ‘being taken away from you’. Perhaps you resent the amount of time they spend out drinking – and feel they’re a completely different person when they’ve been drinking. Maybe you’re unsure how to broach the… Read more »

HOW WE SHOULD THINK about mental health at work

‘The correct way to view mental health is that we all have it and we fluctuate between thriving, struggling and being ill and possibly off work. People with poor mental health including common mental health problems and severe mental illness can be in any of these groups. An individual can have a serious mental health… Read more »

THE VISION on mental health at work for all employers

In 10 years’ time all companies, whatever their size, will be: Equipped with awareness and tools to not only address but prevent mental ill-health caused or worsened by work. Equipped to support individuals with a mental health condition to thrive. Aware of how to get access to timely help to reduce sickness absence caused by… Read more »

THE FACTS on mental health at work

More people than ever before are at work with mental health conditions. 15% have symptoms of an existing mental health condition. 300,000 employees with a long-term mental health problem lose their jobs each year – it’s a much higher rate than for those with physical health conditions. The annual cost to employers is between £33… Read more »