Anger can be a good thing since it allows us to express negative emotions - it’s what we actually do when we’re angry that can cause problems. Learn how to control your anger here.
Grief before death – understanding anticipatory grief
Find out how to cope with the news that someone you care for has a terminal illness.
Irritability and feeling on edge
Occasional irritability is normal, but if you feel unusually irritable or on edge all the time, it may be a symptom of a physical or mental health disorder.
Grief and loss
It’s the natural emotional response to losing someone who was close to you, but grief can also follow serious illness, divorce or other loss.
Research shows that mindfulness – focusing on the present – can improve memory and reduce stress, and it’s a technique that anyone can practise.
Excessive worry is not a short-lived worry about a challenging situation, but is constant or out-of-proportion worrying about multiple areas of life.
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Someone with PTSD experiences long-term fear, anxiety and memories of trauma that interfere with their ability to function. Here are symptoms, causes and treatment for PTSD.
Borderline personality disorder (BPD)
Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a mental health disorder affecting people's thoughts and behaviours, making it difficult to cope with life. Find out more about BPD symptoms and diagnosis.
Complex post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Complex PTSD is a mental health condition that can develop in people who have been through prolonged and repeated trauma, particularly in childhood.
Oxytocin is a hormone that makes you feel love and trust. Understand the role of oxytocin and find out if you can adjust the levels of this hormone in your body.