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Four core regrets in life
“How often do you look back in your life and wish you had done something differently?” Analysis of 23,000 regrets from around world show four core regrets and how regret, while painful in the moment, can help us move forward.
Forgiveness and releasing a sense of entitlement
God started to speak to her about things that had gone on in her life. She says, "We want to transform the world which God wants too but there were things in my life, my family, which were not dealt with.".
Dismantling the poverty premium
Limited means of consumers on low incomes reduces their economic flexibility, creates costly choices, which then serves to reduce their overall means. This cycle of paying over the odds makes up the poverty premium.
10 tips for sexual abuse prevention
Info that helps caregivers feel empowered. Specific strategies for how to talk with children about this difficult topic, how to respond if abuse is suspected. Identify misinformation that puts children at greater risk.
Working in partnership for positive health - stories from Fleetwood
In Lancashire, a range of local partners are creatively collaborating with local residents across the community to positively change things. Initiative is known as Healthier Fleetwood.
When do your secrets hurt your wellbeing? 
While there is nothing inherently wrong with having secrets - it depends what the secret is and what revealing involves - the more burdensome it is for you to keep, the more likely it will affect your well-being.
Nurturing the future: investing in early childhood development 
Studies have shown that healthy brain development during early childhood increases the likelihood of success later in life. By providing supportive, nurturing environments where children feel protected and learn social emotional skills...
Wysa - Ai-based mental health support
In a real-world evaluation of effectiveness, users who used the app regularly showed a 40% improvement in self-reported symptoms of depression when compared to infrequent users.
Forgiveness versus revenge responses to victimization. Compared with revenge, forgiveness was more effective at restoring sense of humanity - less self-harm, greater sense of belonging and greater importance of moral identity.
Trauma as a place of service
There are many in this world who suffer from totally undeserved injustice and trauma. If we, as the body of Christ, look to suffering humanity, we would realise that trauma is perhaps the greatest mission field of the 21stC.
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Events (4 found)

Online - Tackling hygiene poverty as a church
Compassionate Communities. Hygiene poverty is not new, but it has made the headlines recently as increasing numbers of people are unable to afford essential hygiene products. Holy Sepulchre London partner with The Hygiene Bank, a national charity focused on bringing an end to hygiene poverty. This session will explore hygiene poverty in London, and how church communities can get involved in helping to bring an end to hygiene poverty. Ending with an opportunity for Q&A.
Speaker: The Revd Nick Mottershead, Holy Sepulchre London
Online - Warm Welcome: Not Just For Winter
Warm Welcome is a movement that has seen spaces across the UK open their doors to welcome thousands of people during the cost of living crisis. Come to this webinar and hear about how your space can continue beyond the winter. Places of Welcome, Linking Lives, the Jo Cox Foundation and TLG will tell you about ways to continue to reach out through with the support of different programmes and national events.
In-Person - And breathe… A retreat day for youth, children’s and sports ministers
@Ridley Hall, Cambridge
Ridley Hall and Ely Diocese have partnered together to put on a retreat day for all the people we know and want to encourage along in these ministries. You might agree that our name for the day, ‘And breathe…’ sums it up!
We want this day to be a space to remember whose we are and as we worship the One who made us, calls us, and continues to give us hope for the future that we want to share with these precious younger generations. We want to gather together as a tribe, remembering that we might be spending our life in utterly crazy jobs, but we’re in good company! We want to feed you good food over the day. We want to fill you up with good wisdom too, so we’ve asked Mike Pilavachi to join us and give some galvanising and inspiring talks!
In-Person - ChurchWorks for Wellbeing - London
@Westminster Chapel Buckingham Gate London
Equipping churches to effectively respond to the mental health crisis. I?n partnership with Waverley Abbey College.
I?n the midst of a national mental health crisis, we have an opportunity. The Church has been concerned with holistic wellbeing for millennia. We have the resources, people and relationships that position us to invest in the flourishing of our congregations and communities.
C?hurchWorks for Wellbeing Conference is an opportunity to explore practical ways in which the church can respond to the mental health crisis. We'll hear from experts on how we can engage in social prescribing, chaplaincy, and wellbeing courses and we'll have the chance to connect with one another.

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