Celebrating Love's Spectrum on Valentine's Day

Happy Valentine’s Day!

We believe that love extends far beyond romantic relationships. Today, we invite you to celebrate love in all its forms – self-love, friendship, appreciation for colleagues, and the love you share with your unique community.

💚 Feeling single?
You’re not alone! Embrace this time to focus on your own well-being and nurture meaningful connections with friends and family.

💜 Remember, your value is not defined by your relationship status.
You are worthy of love and belonging, regardless of whether you have a partner.

💛 Let’s build a more inclusive workplace where everyone feels valued and supported, regardless of their personal life.

World Suicide Prevention Day 2022

World Suicide Prevention Day 2022 – Creating Hope Through Action

Every suicide is a tragedy with long-lasting effects on those left behind.
Everyone can play a part in suicide prevention.

World Suicide Prevention Day 2022

Superwoman Syndrome

Are you someone who identifies as a person who wants to do it all?  Many women put a lot of pressure on themselves: They want to perform at work, excel in their family life… in short, they want to be superwomen. It’s really hard to live up to such standards. Read on more to find out more about the Superwoman Syndrome.


Feeling lonely? You are not alone!

30% of Singaporeans said they felt lonely


  • what are the common causes of loneliness
  • tips to prevent loneliness

Materials to Support WFH under Covid

Materials to Support WFH under Covid-19


  • How to support colleagues to stay mentally healthy in unusual working conditions
  • The importance of self-care during lockdown
  • 10 tips for managing anxiety during COVID-19

Avoiding burnout when you can’t take time off

Burnout can be caused by many factors: Long hours, conflicts with management, and overall job frustration are just some of the things that can leave any worker feeling like they’re on the brink of mental, emotional, or physical collapse.

Recognize the signs of burnout and learn what you can do if you can’t take time off.

International Men's Day 2021 - Men & Mental Health

Men are less likely to report that they are struggling compared to women.

  • What’s stopping men from getting help?
  • What needs to change?
  • Myth vs Facts
  • Warning symptoms
  • Ways to cope

You are not alone.  Read what Michael Phelps, Piyush Gupta, Dwayne Johnson, Prince Harry, and Adrain Pang have to say.

Working Women's Mental Health

Working women face many challenges, having to play different roles at work and at home. They are more prone to certain diagnoses; they are twice as likely as men to experience depression, generalized anxiety disorder, and PTSD. Hence, it is important for them to take care of their health and well-being in order to be successful in handling the various responsibilities.

Men's Mental Health

Asking for help is not a sign of weakness

Men are less likely than women to recognise the symptoms of a mental health condition, and those who do tend to be reluctant to acknowledge the issue. They tend to suffer in silence due to societal expectations and traditional gender roles.

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