Pathways Your journey to emotional wellbeing

Format: Paperback
Pub. Date: 2022-03-01
Publisher(s): Kyle Books
List Price: $14.99

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A guided journal with tools and techniques to promote positivity and mental wellbeing

Everyone has moments when it’s hard to see the wood for the trees, but this emotional wellbeing journal will provide practical and creative ways to help people find their own pathway through their problems. 

A companion to Samaritans How to Listen, it is designed for anyone who wants to find balance and build resilience. Created in collaboration with psychologists, listening specialists and Samaritans volunteers, it is a daily reminder to check in on how we are feeling. 

As well as pages for self-reflection and creative expression, it offers ways to achieve a sense of calm from anxiety, decompression from stress and relief from low mood, plus advice and helpful information on emotional awareness and the importance of listening to ourselves and others. In addition, there are prompts for positive thoughts, goal and routine setting, personal development, self-care and intention setting to develop an awareness of our thoughts and feelings, self-regulate, practise gratitude and create a sense of hope.

Author Biography

Samaritans was founded in 1953 by vicar Chad Varah, who wanted to offer a listening service to anyone who was struggling and contemplating suicide. There are now more than 20,000 Samaritans volunteers in 201 centres across the UK and Ireland, taking calls, emails and text messages from people who need to talk about what they’re going through. Rather than being a charity associated with suicide, they are working to become a friendly and reassuring presence that helps each of us to reach out when we need help, in the hope of preventing people reaching the crisis point that we might traditionally associate with them as a charity. Campaigns such as The Big Listen, Real Stories, Real Lives and Brew Monday are a part of this drive. 

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