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COPEScotland continues to care as you matter, we all do

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We know COVID19 is causing major changes in our daily lives and bringing possibly new stressors into our lives when we already felt we had more than enough to deal with.  We are not going to list them here, for anyone facing extra challenge...
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DON’T PANIC! - Solves nothing and leaves you with a house full of toilet rolls!

DON’T PANIC! - Solves nothing and leaves you with a house full of toilet rolls!
  Okay, by now, we probably nearly all know about the coronavirus and how things for a while may not be how they usually are. This can produce a range of emotions: Introvert ………. Great, don't need to make excuses about going to social gatherings...
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Coronavirus - strain covid-19 (update)

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We recognise that advice is changing very rapidly in response to measures to help mitigate the impact of the Coronavirus. It is important people stay up to date on what is currently being advised from the official NHS sites and we would advise you to...
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Guest Blog Tammy Wells

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We were delighted to help when our colleague Tammy asked to include a guest blog on our site.  Working with Tammy on the Jigsaw projec t was a pleasure and the wellbeing of the workforce was an issue which came out in our Jigsaw conversations so...
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Why we need to challenge stigma around mental health and reframe our unconscious bias

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We are moving in the right direction of raising awareness about looking after our mental health and being able to talk about how we feel if we are experiencing some mental ill health or distress.  However, often people feel there still remains a...
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What is co-production?

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This is a term we hear often, along with co-design, co-develop, co-deliver and sometimes to make it even more confusing, to different groups and people it can mean different things! One observation the author of this blog often makes, is, ' 'Why does...
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Worrying about enough to eat?

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There continue to be raising concerns about the increase in the need for foodbanks and whether people have enough food to eat. In terms of Maslow's Hierarchy of need the most basic needs we have are our physiological needs -  Air,  Water,&n...
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The one thing we can be certain of is things change

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One day it feels like your body is your own, you are pretty much in control, then, all of a sudden, things start to shift, dramatically! You are minding your own business, not even exerting yourself then like a hairdryer has been turned on full blast...
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Ever wondered about taking up Yoga? Or Laughter Yoga?

Ever wondered about taking up Yoga? Or Laughter Yoga?
We can all at times think about how active we are, the hobbies we have, whether we want to try something new, New year can be a time when we think about that more than usual; as we plan to get fitter, if this is something which matters to us, or, lea...
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Taking the time to think about what matters to you

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Often at the New Year, we decide to make some resolutions, sometimes that's, lose weight, get fitter, stop smoking, take up a new hobby, get a new job, stop worrying, spend more time with the family……………the list is endless At a community event once, ...
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Tips for staying well over winter

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Winter can be great fun, preparing for the holidays, maybe seeing family not seen for a while, enjoying shopping for gifts for people, bracing walks on crisp winter days. It can also be a time of stress, worrying about how you will afford Christmas, ...
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Seasonal affective disorder (SAD)

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Sometimes during the winter when the clocks have changed, we can feel very low in our mood, maybe even depressed, we may find we just don't have much energy at all and that we just can't be bothered.  There is a condition called Seasonal affecti...
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Getting ready for improved wellness in winter

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Getting ready for improved wellness in winter when: money is tight, moods can be low, and we can feel isolated. Winter can be a challenging enough time , but when money is tight it can be even more so. Worrying about heating bills, having to get suit...
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Every life does matter, your life matters

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 The first and most important thing to start this blog with is if you are reading this and thinking of suicide, then please, talk to someone now. These are some numbers which may be useful Useful numbers Alcoholics anonymous T: 0800 9177 650 SOB...
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Safe Space Workshop Session FOUR ‘’ Bringing it all together agreeing the plan using a Mind Map’’

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Thank you to everyone who has accessed sessions ONE, TWO and THREE o f the online training. We are really sorry for the delay in getting session 4 out there, circumstances beyond our control and a learning curve.  We were designing the sessions ...
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How charged does your personal battery feel right now?

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And what can you do if you need a boost? Inspired by a conversation with members of @MenScotland , we co-designed the Battery Dude .  The idea is to have a think about how charged your own personal battery is and if it's in need of a boost, with...
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The Community Diary

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COPEScotland was delighted to co-produce the resource booklets for Drumchapel and Yoker and the Dumbarton Rd Corridor. We realised through the booklet may only tell you what's available in general, not specific activities. We also know booklets can g...
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Moving to New Premises

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NEW Address          HEAD OFFICE Units 14 & 17, Garscadden House, 3 Dalsetter Crescent, Drumchapel, G15 8TG Caring Over People's Emotions (C.O.P.E.) are moving to new premises on the 31 st May 2019. We are very grateful t...
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Working together is what helps make the magic happen

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 COPEScotland were really delighted and honoured to be offered a chance by MindWaves to take part in a podcast to share a bit about who we are and what we aspire to achieve around the development, provision and sharing of ideas on approaches to ...
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The power of affirmations on self-talk

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The power of affirmations on self-talk. We shared previously a blog on the power of poetry and affirmations, which included sharing copies of our confidence affirmation cards online. To celebrate the new poet laureate being appointed and also the the...
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Useful/Emergency Contacts

  • Silverline 0800 4 70 80 90
  • Childeline 0800 1111
  • ParentLine 08000 28 22 33
  • Samaritans 116 123
  • Breathing Space 0800 83 85 87
  • NHS 111
  • Gamblers anonymous 0370 050 8881
  • Narcotics anonymous 0300 999 1212
  • Alcoholics anonymous 0800 9177 6506
  • CALM 0800 58 58 58
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