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Gifts You Can Create, Make, or Give to Improve Your own Well-Being

We recently wrote a blog about Christmas gifts you can give to help people with their well-being in the New Year, but we’ve also come up with a number of gifts you can create, make, or put together, that are incredibly thoughtful and help you with your own mental well-being in the process! Take a look […]

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Best Christmas Gifts to Help Someone Improve their Well-Being

It’s Christmas and everyone is working hard to prepare for the most wonderful time of the year. However, the winter can be hard for some – whether they expect it or not. When you’re bustling around town to buy presents, why not consider some of our gift suggestions to help people improve their well being […]

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Preparing and Coping with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

As the clocks go back and the coats and scarves come out, some people get excited for the winter months; gingerbread drinks in coffee shops, late night Christmas shopping, and blustery walks along the coast. But for some, entering the winter comes with a heavy weight of sadness and fear in the form of Seasonal […]

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Five Things You Can Relate to if you have Depression

  If you’ve got depression, things can sometimes feel like an uphill struggle that might never end. We’ve listed five things that you can relate to if you’re experiencing depression, (and don’t forget we’re always here to help). Not All Heroes Wear Capes Sometimes feeling motivated to do things you’ve been dreading can make you […]

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Could Sea Sanctuary Become JustGiving’s Charity of the Year?

  Here at Sea Sanctuary, we’re incredibly pleased to announce that we’re entering the JustGiving Charity of the Year Award 2017. JustGiving’s annual awards recognise outstanding contributions to fundraising by individuals and groups who have used its service. This year, they want to find and recognise the Charity of the Year also. This is a […]

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Five Things to Bear in Mind if You Care About Someone with PTSD

You may have heard the term PTSD banded around and thought it was a disorder reserved for those who’ve been in uniform. Although some of those brave people on the front line do end up with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, many other people also develop PTSD in response to a range of events, including sexual […]

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How to Calm Your Anxiety When You Only Have a Few Minutes

Whether you’re preparing to go into a big meeting at work, meant to be joining your partner’s parents for dinner, in an uncomfortable social situation, or just struggling to get your anxiety under control, we’re sharing a couple of quick ideas you can try in a pinch to restore your sense of wellbeing. 1) Change […]

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Quotes to Boost Your Confidence When You Need It the Most

It’s been a long week, a tough day, or a downright disappointing event has taken place, but whatever your reason for needing a boost of confidence, we’re here to help. Here are some of our favourite quotes to help inspire and improve your day. ‘Your present circumstances don’t determine where you can go, they merely […]

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Win with Sea Sanctuary’s #30DaysOfSelfCare Competition

Here at Sea Sanctuary, we believe in self-care as one of the basic foundations of good mental health; but what do we really mean by self-care? The answer is simple; self-care is anything you can do to look after your mind, body, and soul, in order to make yourself feel good. So whether you’re planning […]

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