Learning for Wellbeing

Let’s talk about worry and wellbeing!

Worry is a form of thinking. Sometimes worry can be helpful and sometimes it can be unhelpful. In our latest newsletter, How not to worry, developed by ESH Consultancy and Training Ltd, we are going to explore worry.  “Worry can become a habit. We can often feel worried and anxious about something and not be aware of the reasons why, but, by bringing to the surface the reasons why we worry we have more chance of dealing with it”. In this newsletter, we look at possible reasons for worry and tips on how to manage worry.


Please take a look at our ‘Handy Top Tips’ and see a list of websites below that may be able to support you.

Handy Top Tips – When did we join the circus? Juggling

Handy Top Tips – When did we join the circus? Trapeze Artist

Handy Top Tips – When did we join the circus? Be the Ring Master

Handy Top Tips – When did we join the circus? Clown



Find out the latest advice on face-coverings, managing your feelings and your wellbeing at www.mind.org.uk.



To find information about mental health support near you go to Connect to Support Lincolnshire.



Healthy MindsHealthy Minds Lincolnshire have developed a range of online workshops to support children/young people and families learn new strategies to manage a variety of emotional wellbeing concerns. Find a list of their workshops here.




Every Mind MattersKeeping in touch with people we trust is important for our mental wellbeing. Look at NHS anxiety tips for the facts and advice about how to cope if you are worried about the coronavirus situation.


With Spring on the horizon, and as the nights get lighter and days get warmer, it may be a good time to engage in exercise.  The NHS have provided tips for getting active your way for busy mums and dads, families, young people and older adults. Sport England is also helping you find great ways to get active.

In England, it’s also the time we start to follow the ‘Roadmap‘ developed by the Government. This roadmap is a step-by-step plan to ease restrictions cautiously, following the third National Lockdown. Lincolnshire County Council is still offering support during this difficult time. Please visit here to find out more information. 


Have a look at some more Handy Top Tips.

Learning from Lockdown – Reducing Stress

How to cope in a crisis


Read our other Stay Connected! newsletters:

March 2021 – How not to worry

February 2021 – Flipping your Thinking

January 2021 – Setting Goals and Dreaming Dreams  

December 2020 – Attitude of Gratitude



And to support you and others….

Action for Happiness – Monthly Action Calendar – Our monthly calendars are packed with actions you can take to help create a happier and kinder world. You can find other language versions there too!