Caroline Legg (cropped)
16/08/2018
When Caroline Legg's much-wanted baby was born desperately ill it would change her forever. This is her story of illness, depression & breakdown - and a family that survived when the odds were stacked against them
Marion blog
10/07/2018
Chartered surveyor Marion Ellis on how the newly-established 'Surveying Sisterhood' evolved into a virtual summit, featuring a series of open conversations about what life is like as a female surveyor today
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02/07/2018
LionHeart support officer Ben Halpin shares the rollercoaster ride of becoming a first-time dad, from pregnancy to birth and those bewildering first weeks
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22/06/2018
Tim Harvey MRICS reflects on the death of his father when he was 9 years old, and how his suicide has shaped his own feelings towards fatherhood and his career
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14/06/2018
If you're preparing for the final showdown of your RICS APC assessment interview, these tips from APC assessor and chartered building surveyor VIctoria Richardson are worth checking out 
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07/06/2018
LionHeart CEO Davina Goodchild reflects on the issues of trust in charities, and why RICS professionals can have faith in our practices
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21/05/2018
Is it really okay to not be okay? Guest blogger and LionHeart mental health ambassador Jen Hobart reflects on the usefulness of the commonly-used hashtag.
Get a grip blog
03/05/2018
Avneet developed post-traumatic stress disorder after witnessing a terrible armed robbery in which two family members were killed. She shares her journey to recovery and chartership, and explains what a big part workplace support has to play
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17/04/2018
Many APC candidates show signs of physical and mental stress, says APC trainer and assessor Kate Taylor. Here she shares her tips on bouncing back and avoiding 'mock interview meltdown'
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08/01/2018
Building a bit more activity into your lifestyle will benefit your heart and your head, says mental health project co-ordinator Jo Grant
Coping with loss and grief at Christmas (cropped)
04/12/2017
Facing the Christmas holidays without a loved one can trigger overwhelming feelings of grief, says LionHeart counsellor Joanne Tucker
Jen Hobart snow (cropped)
05/10/2017
After suffering a terrible panic attack as a graduate surveyor, Jen Hobart's bosses told her maybe she "wasn't cut out" for surveying. This is her story of dealing with her anxiety issues, and her journey to becoming chartered.
blog resilience
26/09/2017
LionHeart counsellor Jo Tucker on resilience: why we all need it and how to keep it topped up
web kate
21/08/2017
An excellent list of tips on APC revision from guest blogger and APC Assessor Kate Taylor FRICS
SMSymposium-5 (cropped)
12/07/2017
CEO Davina Goodchild talks about LionHeart's fundraising practices, our do's and don'ts, and the new Fundraising Preference Service
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19/06/2017
LionHeart's communications officer Glenn Gallocker on living with rheumatoid arthritis for RA Awareness Week.
David and Linda
14/06/2017
This Carers Week, Linda Conneely shares her story of caring for her husband through terminal illness, and how LionHeart helped improve their quality of life during his final months
BLOGmens health
13/06/2017
The theme of this Men's Health Week is giving your belly some welly. If you've got a hazardous waistline, read these tips from LionHeart's Jo Grant
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22/05/2017
Imagine something that absolutely terrifies you, and then trying to go about your daily work with that feeling in the pit of your stomach. That's what it's like living with panic attacks, says Kirsty Harvey
web kate (cropped)
18/05/2017
Work life balance skills are not just fluffy extras, but allow a career to be sustainable over the long term and prevent expensive burnout, says guest blogger Kate Taylor FRICS

Latest Posts

2018
August
16th - When the reality of motherhood doesn't quite go to plan
July
10th - The story behind surveying's Sisterhood Summit
2nd - The rollercoaster of being a first-time dad
June
22nd - My father's suicide and what I've learnt
14th - Tips for your RICS APC final assessment interview
7th - Trust in the charity sector
May
21st - Is it really okay to not be okay?
3rd - "I was told to get a grip and get over it"
April
17th - Building resilience through your APC
January
8th - 7 ways to get more active this year
2017
December
4th - Coping with loss and grief at Christmas
October
5th - "I was told I might not be cut out to be a surveyor"
September
26th - Resilience, and why we need it
August
21st - APC Revision Top Ten Tips
July
12th - LionHeart on new fundraising code of practice
June
19th - Living with 'invisible' illness
14th - How LionHeart helped us live life
13th - Men's Health Week 2017
May
22nd - Living with panic attacks
18th - Why we must care about work life balance
11th - The chicken-and-egg of mental health and shame
February
2nd - What I learnt from Dry January
January
31st - "My 19-year journey to MRICS is what made me"
5th - Ways to be kind to yourself in 2017
2016
September
7th - Suicide prevention
August
1st - Coping with APC stress
July
13th - "I constantly watch my husband for suicidal signs"
May
26th - Dealing with referral at APC Final Assessment
19th - How mindfulness can help your relationships
18th - "I live, and thrive, with depression"
17th - Men and mental health
16th - Mental health and your relationship
April
26th - Starting out in surveying
March
11th - A happy retirement
February
1st - My Dry(ish) January
January
21st - Spring clean your finances
6th - When to consider couples counselling
2015
December
4th - Having a (financially) healthier Christmas
November
19th - Identifying and dealing with workplace bullying
18th - How to help a loved one with an addiction
June
15th - Reflections on the Lionheart Surveyors’ Football League season
12th - Carers
10th - How LionHeart can support carers
9th - Desktop Relaxation techniques
May
29th - Techniques to help combat anxiety
20th - Helping a family member with depression
18th - Achievements that make a difference
16th - Five things that may indicate your colleague needs help
11th - Helping during a panic attack
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