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Self Perception is simply how you see yourself, and this can easily be affected by unrealistic ideas on social media.
The theme for this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week is body image, and social media plays a huge role in this by sometimes affecting our self-perception.
Undoubtedly social media can negatively affect a person’s self-perception and mental health. This is caused by comparing ourselves to unrealistic images on social media of what we believe we should look like. This can then lead to dissatisfaction with our appearance and self-perception.
Comparing yourself to others on social media may have become an unintentional habit you have picked up. However, it could be negatively affecting your mental health.
Take a look at some ways that lead you to a healthy relationship with social media without having to compare yourself to unrealistic ideas of perfection:
Not only can it be difficult for someone to open up about how they’re feeling, but it can also be difficult to know how to go about supporting someone who is suffering from mental health issues. Please take a look at some tips here that may make talking to someone about their mental health a little easier.
The CITB Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS) is the most highly regarded, industry-recognised qualification across the construction sector. This makes it a crucial certification for UK site managers looking to improve their knowledge and commitment to site safety. In this guide, we’ll be explaining all you need to know about the SMSTS course, including […]
Gain modern industry knowledge with 3B Training’s CITB accredited courses, as we collaborate with the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) to deliever to delegates in London. Explore an extensive offering of SSSTS, SMSTS & more and hear about what Mathew Bewley, Managing Director of 3B Training and Adrian Montague, CIOB Academy Director has to say.
Safety plays an important role in reducing the number of risks on a construction site and site managers are responsible for ensuring safe working measures are implemented from the start. The CITB SMSTS course is designed to give site managers the knowledge and skills they need to enforce health and safety regulations effectively. At 3B […]