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Breaking the monotony of life

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  I don’t know about you but there are times when I really struggle with the routine and monotony of life. Another morning, another round of getting ready, doing chores, and getting through the day only for it to all start again in 24 hours’ time. Have you ever seen the movie “Groundhog Day?”. Well, it seems to be that …

7 Tips On Remembering a Loved One

Remembering a loved one for whatever reason can be challenging and sometimes very painful but it’s important to feel these feelings and express our true emotions in order to move forward and stay happy. Most people tend to dwell on the negative impact that losing someone has rather than remember them in a positive light, so here are 7 tips …

“GLIMPSES OF ETERNITY”

GLIMPSES OF ETERNITY is the first book to explore shared death experiences, this common but mysterious experience of family and friends sharing a loved one’s journey from this life to the next. Named “the father of the near-death experience” by the New York Times, Dr. Moody, in partnership with Paul Perry, details everything there is to know about this fascinating …

Covid-19 Anxiety Syndrome May Stop People from Returning to Normal Living After Pandemic

Covid-19 anxiety syndrome’ may cause a significant number of people to struggle with reintegrating back into daily life as UK society returns to normal after the pandemic. This is evident in new research by London South Bank University (LSBU), in partnership with Kingston University.   The research findings show that one in five of the 286 UK-based survey participants scored highly on the Covid-19 anxiety …

Life begins at fifty-five!

New study reveals how the over 55s are planning to live life to the fullest in a post-pandemic world. We have all heard the phrase ‘life begins at forty’ but according to new data1 by Royal London, it may seem we were well over a decade out – life now actually begins at 55! This new study by Royal London reveals the …

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Are you bored and disillusioned?

    Are you bored and disillusioned? It seems a growing trend. Swathes of people who feel bored and disillusioned in life. I meet them every day and I am not immune to feeling this way at times. Life can have a tinge of monotony to it, a bit like Groundhog Day. This is especially true since Covid emerged and …

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The recent passing of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh has touched many people. The loss of a loved one is never easy and we all grieve in our own way. When someone passes away, life as we know it is forever changed. Even when we know that the end is imminent it is still a shock when someone is well …

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Loveless Marriage

Compatibility Questionnaire Download: Discover how well suited you are… [purchase_link id=”36550″ style=”button” color=”” text=”[purchase_link id=”36550″ text=”Buy now” style=”button” color=”orange”] Loveless Marriage What do you do when you realise that you are in a loveless marriage? The affection has disappeared, the sex is gone and you live together as virtual strangers in the same home. Sadly, this is a common state …

Essential Aspects Every Couple Should Address Before Getting Engaged

Marriage is a sacred agreement that a couple decides to get into. It is the best thing ever because two people who love each other live together to relish life. However, it has several challenges that might tear up the love and make the couple walk in separate directions. Understanding each other is the greatest thing to achieve for marriage …

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Too Much Emphasis on Qualifications

    Too Much Emphasis on Qualifications Obtaining a degree shows the world that you have a brain and that you can memorise information, hopefully understand that information and possess a certain amount of knowledge to support your future goals and endeavours. What a degree does not bestow upon you is an automatic entrance to competence and efficiency. A degree …