Whether it's feeling yourself tense up when a dog lollops over to greet you or going jelly legged when there's a big fat spider in the bath, many of us have these irrational fears. Rationally, we know we're bigger and more frightening than that house spider and that Labrador is just a friendly puppy, but overcoming these fears can be difficult sometimes.
Teenagers need more sleep than adults and yet while many school aged children and teens are shattered during the daytime and evening, they can have trouble falling asleep at night. When all the usual tricks to wind down in the evening don’t work - why not try one of these five practical tips to help.
Body image is how we feel about our bodies. We can celebrate our health, strength and shared family traits like wavy hair or knobbly toes, or we can obsess over perceived flaws and imperfections. Here's three ways to help you get started.
Teenagers' bodies change dramatically through puberty. A rapidly developing new body shape, skin and hair changes and voice changes can have an impact on young people's self-esteem. Here's four ways to get you started!
Helpful ideas to ease you through the season of winter bugs.