Your mental health is a priority
Why is this important?
Suicide is the Second Biggest reason for death in people aged 16-24
68% of women & 57% of men with a mental illness are parents
50% of mental health issues starts by age 14, (75% by the age of 25)
Virtually Unbreakable is a podcast dedicated to empowering you to live a happier and more fulfilling life. We discuss topics such as:
How to Use Your Mind to Serve You?
Change Your Beliefs = Change Your Life
Does Your Mental Health Affect Your Kids?
How to Improve Your Relationship?
How to Build Your Support Network?
Love Addiction / Co-Dependent relationships
The Myth of a Perfect Parent
Teach Your Kids to Build a Positive Self-Image
✅ What is Self Esteem and why is it important?
✅ How does low Self Esteem affect your child?
✅ How to identify Limiting Beliefs in your child?
✅ How to help Your Kids Build a Positive Self-Image
✅ How to take charge of Anxiety and instil Confidence
Mental Health Guide for Busy Mums
✅ What is Values System and Why is it Important?
✅ How to use Your Mind to Serve You?
✅ How to Identify and Challenge Your Limiting Beliefs?
✅ How to Become Your Own Best Friend?
✅ How to Create a Support Network that will Help You Grow?
At Virtually Unbreakable our focus is improving mental health in families.
Poor mental health in parents contributes to poor mental health in families, often leading to emotional and behavioural problems in children and putting strain on relationships.
It’s no surprise 40% of parents experience decline in their mental health when their kids hit adolescence.
At Virtually Unbreakable we recognise that there are Facts and Myths About Mental Health. Get to know them!
Love means different things to different people. Our relationships are an important part of our lives.
Our happiness and life satisfaction often depends on the quality of our relationships.
At VirtuallyUnbreakable we believe that knowing how to build healthy relationships is a crucial life skill and one that is closely connected to our self-esteem and self-worth.
Download our brochure and learn key steps in forming supportive relationships.
E-Books & Audiobooks
My name is Ela Senghera and I’m a founder of Virtually Unbreakable.
Being CBT and NLP qualified I’m passionate about helping people become the best versions of themselves. I love helping them become more confident, more resilient and happier.
This is why I have created Virtually Unbreakable, a company dedicated to improving mental health in families. Mental Health in families always starts with healthy, happy and balanced adults. Positive self image and emotional resilience in parents transfers to children. At Virtually Unbreakable we create user friendly, affordable and accessible educational tools. Tools that make a true impact. Putting your wellbeing at the centre of our focus. Do get in touch if you would like to take part in our research or product testing.
You can connect with me on Linkedin
Our products are designed to improve mental health in families.
We are taking a true interdisciplinary approach, much needed to tackle this important issue.
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The course for busy mums
The course for busy Mums gave me a huge opportunity to consider how I am feeling with myself, who I am, who I want to be and whether I am happy. But not only. It helped me to think about different aspects of my life. It gave me lots of knowledge about many activities I could be doing on a daily basis as well as taking a look of my future. I would recommend this course to anyone who wishes to change their mental attitude for the better. Thank you.
— Joanna, Luton
Please note that we are not a crisis service and we do not provide medical advice. We accept no liability for any loss or injury to your health or the health of your family members.
In case of emergency please dial 999 or 988 (in the UK). Alternatively if you would like to speak to someone, you might wish to get in touch with one of the services below