Steve Bugeja and Jamie Fallon talk to Retune’s Tom Ryder about the social side of the charity’s SCALES system for good mental health

Davida Erdahl

More than the past few weeks, it has been a satisfaction to stroll you by Retune’s SCALES method for psychological wellbeing (Slumber, Resourceful, Energetic, Hear, Earth, Social).

We have viewed how highly effective a very good night’s rest is for the mind, how making use of resourceful outlets can be therapeutic, how exercise can reframe ideas, how exterior sources and great content can encourage us, and we’ve also explored ways that yoga, mindfulness, respiratory techniques, staying ‘in the now’ and finding out into character can preserve us grounded and thus emotion well.

For the last instalment in the series, we are likely to look at Social. Social is the SCALES ‘string’ that retains all of the other strings together. You may well be sleeping well, staying resourceful, relocating lots, looking at, connecting with character and so on, but if you are not sharing people experiences and producing great associations with

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