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Top Tips for Helping Young People Manage Climate Anxiety
Humanity has just a few years left to prevent environmental catastrophe: that’s the message from the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report. Many people across the globe are already experiencing increased natural disasters, food shortages and displacement from their homes. Much of this has been bought to the attention of the world stage by young activists such as Greta Thurnberg and many others indigenous young people that are less recognized. Young people are striking from school and taking to the streets in cities worldwide in huge numbers in order to bring focus on the potential devastation of climate change and the need to take action. It’s also no secret that much of the burden to combat the damage being done to our environment falls on the shoulders of younger generations: our children and young people. It is their lifetime that will see the most disruption, the effects of…
Mental Health and Wellbeing in the LGBTQ Community
Those who face social exclusion and discrimination are at a higher risk of serious, long-term mental health issues.
Every month we will suggest some books to help you understand more about young people and their brains
This month’s featured book is:
Blame my Brain by Nicola Morgan.
This accessible and humorous examination of the ups and downs of the teenage brain deals with powerful emotions, the need for more sleep, and the urge to take risks. A fantastic read for parents and young people available on Amazon.