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Tolerating Uncertainty
Tolerating Uncertainty

Dealing with uncertainty is an unavoidable part of daily life. Because we can’t see the future, we can never be certain about what exactly is going to happen day to day. Research has found that people vary in their ability to tolerate uncertainty. That is, some people are okay with having a lot of uncertainty in their lives, and other people cannot stand even a small amount of uncertainty.

Tools to help you manage your worries
Tools to help you manage your worries

There are lots of things that can help you manage your worries. Here are some helpful habits to have a go at:  Write down a list of your worries. Sometimes just writing things down can clear your…

Coping with Changes
Coping with Changes

We all experience changes in our lives. Learn about how change can affect our wellbeing.

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