Types of Support
We offer support in a number of ways. We provide links to generic support organisations such as charities in more specific areas, for a particular need or problem. We also in some cases provide specific support, sometimes in the form of one-to-one help, sometimes special events or services. Finally, we can offer links to products which we believe can help in this area. In these last two cases, they contain affiliate links which mean that we may receive a commission for purchases made through these links.
The organisations in this category are generally government organisations or charities, set up to help people with this particular issue.
Specific events, coaching / training or technical support
These are more specific things you can do, such as take a course or get one-to-one advice. There may be a charge involved.
Barry McDonagh is a best-selling author specialising in stress management – you can download a free audio guide from this link.
There may be some things you can buy which will help you achieve your targets. Some of these are listed here. Again there will be a cost involved, and you’ll leave our site to buy them. We may earn a small commission.
The Melt Method: aim to feel better
This is a self-treatment system to eliminate pain, remove signs of ageing and feel great, by Sue Hitzmann. Available in Kindle, hard cover and paperback/
The Stress Solution in 4 steps
From Radio One and Sunday Times Best Selling author of the 4 Pillar Plan, this shows you how small steps can help you become calmer. In Kindle, audiobook and paperback.
Declutter your mind: stop worrying
This aims at relieving anxiety and eliminating negative thinking, and clearing your mind. In Kindle, audiobook and paperback.
When the body says no: the cost of hidden stress
This explores the link between the mind and the body, and the role that stress plays in an array of common diseases. In Kindle, hard cover and paperback.
Paul McKenna's book helping you to control stress
Pauk McKenna’s bookhelps you stop worrying, control stress and feel good. You can get audio and / or video if your device supports it, or stream on smartphone, tablet or computer. In Kindle with audio/video or paperback.
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)
This is a form of psychotherapy used to combat anxiety, depression, panic and negative thoughts. In Kindle only.
A lot of support comes in the form of additional focussed reading, and we use Amazon as a source of books. We find reading on Kindle more convenient (you can change the font size when your eyes get tired!). If you do read, we use Kindle Unlimited as a way of reading books cheaply, and you can get three months free by clicking the link below.