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5 Simple and Efficient Ways to Boost Your Self-Esteem

5 Simple and Efficient Ways to Boost Your Self-Esteem

So, you want to boost your self-esteem, but you want to go beyond the basics by finding tips that are scientifically founded. You’re in luck because feeling good about yourself is so much more beneficial than you even know. The following five tips help you […]

How to manage those random thoughts for peace of mind

How to manage those random thoughts for peace of mind

Are you a passive receiver of all your crazy thoughts? Did you know that 90% of the thoughts that come into your head are just ‘noise’ – random nonsense? They aren’t useful, helpful or productive. So, do you want to be someone who passively receives […]

How to know when you need time out

How to know when you need time out

I have experienced burnout and in many ways I was a classic case of burnout: multiple, chronic stressors over an extended period of time left me totally exhausted and no longer performing at my best. In a few short years, I went from bright-eyed and […]

Why being too busy is a disease

Why being too busy is a disease

I am not quite sure what’s happening but everyone I meet (myself included) seems to always be rushing around in a hurry, juggling so many things. Life is passing us by and we seem to be unable to change it or make it stop. Life […]

Survey on wetting yourself in public

Survey on wetting yourself in public

Hi, Please could you respond to this survey if you have a time. It will help one of my clients who has fears about having an ‘accident’ in public. Answers are anonymous.   Many thanks Mandy X   Create your survey with SurveyMonkey

The dynamics of long distance relationships

The dynamics of long distance relationships

Research has shown that long distance relationships can often be emotionally closer than couples who see each other every day. Couples who see each other regularly can get bogged down by daily monotony and chores that can dull the excitement in a relationship. People who […]

How is that working for you?

How is that working for you?

I attended a CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy) workshop led by Steve Hollon at Surrey University a while ago. He was inspirational and one of his catch phrases that he uses with clients is “how is that working for you?” I love this sentence as it […]

Taking steps to avoid and beat addiction

Taking steps to avoid and beat addiction

Taking steps to avoid and beat addiction   It is important to take every step necessary to avoid addiction Source: BlueDiamondGallery.com Addiction can happen to anyone. From food to alcohol to gambling, many things we take for granted in life can be a slippery slope for […]