Mental Health

Stress management

Look At Stress In A New Way

I was born into a family of doctors, thinkers, exercisers, and yogis and grew up surrounded by tales of strange and unusual feats: men voluntarily disappearing into the icy Himalayas and living without warmth and with little food, just to train their minds, bodybuilders lying on beds of nails to train themselves not to perceive […]

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Sunset Relationship Patterns

Understand your relationship patterns

Imagine that we create our reality and everything we see, hear and feel in the outside world. We’re attracting people and experiences that respond to the signals from our thoughts, beliefs and feelings. We’re constantly sending out information to the universe, and the universe reflects this back to us. In this way, we’re creating our […]

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Stress-Proof: The ultimate guide to living a stress-free life

Are you ready to stop feeling constantly stressed and become the best version of you? In Stress-Proof, Dr Mithu Storoni arms you with all the tools you need to improve your relationship with stress and, in turn, positively boost your mental and physical wellbeing. This book will help you to ensure that a brief stressful episode […]

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Strong Women

The 3 Components of Mental Strength

Mental strength is a lot like physical strength. When it comes to growing stronger and becoming better, good habits are important. But your good habits will only get you so far in life if you’re performing bad habits right alongside them. If I wanted to grow physically strong, I might lift weights. But if I […]

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Motherless Daughters and the legacy of loss

by Hope Edelman Early mother loss is often an isolating, lonely experience for the daughters left behind. When my mother died of breast cancer in 1981, I was seventeen and none of my friends had been through anything similar. My siblings and I felt like our own little island floating in a sea of dual-parent […]

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Padraig O'Morain Mindfulness & Kindfulness Exercises

Exercises In Mindfulness & Kindfulness From Padraig O’Morain

We all know what it’s like to feel overcome by worry, to suffer the aches of tension in our body, to catch that critical little voice inside telling us we must be better. Mindfulness – the act of focusing your wandering mind on the present – can help you conquer this negativity. Psychotherapist Padraig O’Morain […]

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Winter

Every Day We Have A Choice

Hazel Gale, author of FIGHT, cognitive hypnotherapist and former kickboxing world champion is sharing with us the 5 life-changing things she learned being a therapist. 5. Every day can be a good day Bring all these points together and you get this: At any moment, on any day, we always have a choice in how […]

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Emotions

All Emotions Are Useful

Hazel Gale, author of FIGHT, cognitive hypnotherapist and former kickboxing world champion is sharing with us the 5 life-changing things she learned being a therapist. 4. All emotions are beautiful and useful I battled with fear for a very long time. So much so that my body started to break down — I burned out from the exertion […]

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Variety

Acceptance of Others = Acceptance of Yourself

Hazel Gale, author of FIGHT, cognitive hypnotherapist and former kickboxing world champion is sharing with us the 5 life-changing things she learned being a therapist. 3. Everyone is doing their best Perhaps the most wonderful gift that therapy gives is tolerance. No, “tolerance” isn’t the right word. What I mean is “love”, no matter how cheesy […]

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Mood Tracker

Manage Your Mood – It Starts With Awareness

Hazel Gale, author of FIGHT, cognitive hypnotherapist and former kickboxing world champion is sharing with us the 5 life-changing things she learned being a therapist.  2. We are beings that think, not beings that are thought Contrary to how it can seem, happy people are not happy because they just don’t have negative thoughts. Their […]

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