Helping Children Cope With Traumatic Events

We live in a world where traumatic events are a reality and can happen to any of us unexpectedly. As adults we can find resources to cope and minimize the distress that these events may cause. It is often hard to understand how much of these situations will affect us in the long run so it is really important to address them straight away.

When it comes to children, we fail to understand that despite their size they have very big emotions just as we do but not many coping mechanisms to deal with them. They rely on us for support and guidance and in this post we will share some ideas of how to help the little ones cope and understand traumatic events.

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Mental Health and Wellbeing at University

University is portrayed on TV as some of the best times of your life. It seems like a lot of fun, moving away, meeting new people, and moving along your career path. Though it is exciting, there’s a lot of room for mental health issues to creep in. WriteEssayForMe chatted with students across university campuses to get an idea of the things that stress them out. Some of them dealt with the stress by texting “write my essay for me online” to the experts.

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How to look after your little one’s mental health

Despite the struggles of home-schooling coming to an end, the return to school has been far from easy for many students. Primary school children — between 4 and 10 in particular — have been hit hardest by the pandemic, with studies showing that they are now finding the return to ‘normality’ overwhelming and stressful. In honour of Mental Health Awareness Week, we’re giving you tips on how to look after your little one’s mental health now that school is back. 

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