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BEFRIENDERS 

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ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION

ANXIETY

Downloadable worksheets, workbooks and information.

DEPRESSION

Downloadable workbooks (Back from the Bluez), worksheets and information.

SELF ESTEEM

Improving self esteem workbooks, work sheets and information.

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Find self help tools for a range of other problems on the CCI website.

Self Compassion Worksheet

You deserve to meet your needs. Take some time to work through this self-compassion worksheet and give back to your mind and body after everything it has done for you.

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ACCEPTANCE

VS ANXIETY

Acceptance is key. Watch as the anxiety floods in. Watch as it leaves again. Be still and know that this too shall pass.

'Getting the right balance of sleeping hours and waking hours can be really tricky - especially when it is different for each individual. But it is probably the most important thing I rely on for managing my mood.' - EL

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THE POWER OF SLEEP

Take 5 Minutes to Ground Yourself

Have a quick go at the grounding worksheet. In just 5 minutes you can pull your thoughts and feelings back to the present moment and feel more in control of your circumstances.

 

MENS CORNER

NEWSLETTER

A quarterly newsletter giving you access to upcoming content, events and our brotherhood.

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Inspiring Interviews, Articles, Blog Posts and further online content to empower men to prioritise their wellbeing.

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As Men's Corner continues to grow, we hope to schedule a regular Zoom chat with the group.

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As a member of Men's Corner, you will receive 15% discount on coaching and 15% discount on talks or workshops for your workplace or organisation you belong to.

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EATING DISORDERS

TAKE CONTROL

OTHER SPECIFIED FEEDING OR EATING DISORDER (OSFED)

BINGE EATING DISORDER

(BED)

BULIMIA NERVOSA

AVOIDANT RESTRICTIVE FOOD INTAKE DISORDER

(ARFID)

ANOREXIA NERVOSA

OTHER EATING AND FEEDING PROBLEMS

 
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START YOUR RECOVERY TODAY

Kickstart your recovery with these tools to support your journey to a healthier body and mind. All resources are adapted from NHS and privately researched tools of recovery that I or others have found useful.

12 Step Eating Disorder Recovery

A 12 Step approach to recovering from an eating disorder isn't particularly common, however, it is so successful. For many, eating disorders involve an external effort such as overeating or losing weight. These attempts to fill a hole in our lives with something external cause us to enter a dangerous and disordered cycle. Unlike other recovery programmes that aim to prevent the behaviours solely, a 12 Step approach allows you to fill the hole you're are trying to fill with spirituality and thus lose the need to enter into that cycle.

Are you male and looking for support?

It can be even harder to access support services for eating disorders when you are male. The stigma just isn't in your favour. Below are some resources you may find useful.

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RECOVERY RESOURCES

This website does not provide professional support. If you are struggling with eating problems or body image, please seek professional help (i.e, via your GP). These tools aim to provide support whilst seeking professional treatment.

THE ED CYCLE

EXAMPLE 

EATING PLAN

CBT-E RESOURCES

(Enhanced Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)

RECOVERY

 

TOOLKIT

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CURATE YOUR OWN CARE PLAN

Use the template to put together a plan of action for your recovery and mental wellbeing. Please seek professional support alongside the Kind To Mind resources.

 
 

ADDICTION

what are the 12 steps?

find a 12 step fellowship

what is spiritual recovery?

pros and cons of 12 step recovery

other recovery options

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Self Care Worksheet

Recovering from an addiction is rough - fill up your cup with self care to get off to a good start.

Lift Your Mood

Whether you've started your recovery or are still experiencing your addiction on a daily basis, making lifestyle changes to lift your mood is vital for abstinence to persist. Without an 'okay' mood, we are likely to dip back into our addictions as an easy way to feel better. Use the guide below to implement some lifestyle changes - all whilst supporting others too.

Are you looking for 1:1 support with your mental health? Take a look at our services  on offer.

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