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 Reading for wellness

A good book isn’t just a way to escape from the real world. Scientific research is confirming what booklovers have always sensed: that reading offers a host of therapeutic benefits.  Read more »

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The art of imperfection

It’s OK to set high standards and strive to achieve them. If you set the bar so high that you can...

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Time to get real

Living an authentic existence takes self-knowledge, vulnerability and an awful lot of courage, but i...

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True to you

To some extent we all put up a mask to the world, but the more you are able to be true to yourself, ...

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Living hopefully

Maintaining hope is key to being able to cope with whatever challenges life throws your way. Sometim...

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Dealing with difficult people

Learning to assert yourself with difficult people, bullies, people who ignore you, people who argue with you and people who criticise you personally is a vital, but often ignored, life-skill.Read more »

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The pursuit of pleasure

Advertising, technology and the lure of artificial stimulants provide a buzz of excitement but do they make you happy?Read more »

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Happiness research

We explore what happiness is and how it impacts on the human experience.Read more »

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Group therapy

Getting together over a shared interest is a simple way to connect with friends and boost wellbeing. Take inspiration from these women and set up your own group.Read more »

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Do drugs lead to happiness?

Depression is conventionally treated with drugs and recreational drugs also generate emotional "highs", but how do these drug-induced states relate to happiness?Read more »

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Break the cycle of stress addiction

If you can't say no and overfill your schedule because being busy is a point of honour, you could be addicted to stress. Here's how to manage your addiction.Read more »

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How to shift the shame

The emotional elephant in the room, shame can hold you back from taking risks and feeling confident and whole.Read more »

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How to change your habits

Changing your habits is hard work, but mastering the techniques for genuine change can be fantastically rewarding.Read more »

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Maximise your morning routine

It’s easy to get caught in a thoughtless, rushed pattern of starting your day. Yet if you can begin your day with a deliberate routine designed to nurture you, the rest of your day will benefit.Read more »

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How to learn from animal messengers

Learn how to interpret the symbolic messages animals of all kinds bring into your life, especially those you are drawn to and those that cross your path.Read more »

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Writing therapy for depression

It can be scary to talk about suffering from depression, as you risk being judged by others. Expressing your feelings on paper, however, may have multiple benefits.Read more »

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How to manage a challenging boss

Working for a “bad boss” can be highly stressful but you can take steps yourself to turn that bad boss into a good one.Read more »

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Meditation and your mind

Meditation is touted as a recipe for happiness and the evidence from millennia of practice and scientific studies suggests it does have a real, positive impactRead more »

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11 ways to boost your creativity and happiness

Research suggests that without creativity happiness is hard to find, so it’s a good idea to find ways to light your creative fire and let happiness burn.Read more »

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Train your brain with neurofeedback

A special form of brain training called neurofeedback has groundbreaking applications for treating everything from seizures to anxiety and chronic pain.Read more »

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Alzheimer's update

If you're worried about your diminishing memory, tests that can tell you are headed for Alzheimer's disease have arrived.Read more »

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How to be resilient

For some it comes naturally, while for others it’s harder to come by, but we all need it eventually. Resilience is what we are talking about and here are five ways to build it.Read more »

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Focus your mind and cure that scatterbrain

Banish chaos and disorder with this new approach to a more orderly life, which focuses on your mind rather than improved list making.Read more »

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