Category Archives: Mental Health

Life isn’t necessarily supposed to be easy. Nor, I suspect is it designed to give us everything we think want. However, I do think we could have a lot more fun on this earth if we made things a little easier on ourselves. And we could live bigger, happier, more fulfilling lives by asking big […]

I’ve seen so much new research confirming what our experts explained in the docuseries: inflammation is a killer.  In anticipation of the World Release of the docuseries in January 2018, I wanted to share some of this research with you. Every Tuesday, for the next few weeks, I’ll share some big insights on how we […]

THE 12-STEP PROGRAM TO SIMPLICITY Here are 12 very specific tools for simplifying your life. Begin using them today if you’re serious about hearing that ultimate call to inspiration. 1. Unclutter your life. You’ll feel a real rush of inspiration when you clear out stuff that’s no longer useful in your life: If you haven’t […]

In England mental illness costs over £105.2 billion a year, through the costs of medical or social care, production output losses, and a monetary valuation of the intangible human cost of disability, suffering and distress. In Scotland, the total cost of mental illness is £8.6 billion, which is equivalent to about 9% of its GDP. […]

In July I asked Stormont, specifically the Mental Health Statistics Department some questions that would enable us to quantify the impact of poor mental health on our society. They had no answers for me. Questions that can be answered for England and Wales, but for some reason not here. Here’s the list I was seeking […]

On the surface, weight loss is a very simple problem with a very simple solution: You gain weight by consuming more calories than you burn off, the solution is as easy as “eat fewer calories.” There you go… problem solved. Well, no, actually. Its not that easy. As many of us have experienced, that’s just […]

When asked to think about being happy, some people think about all the things they don’t have that once they do have them, then they’ll be happy. How sad is it that even when asked to think about being happy, they make themselves miserable by thinking about what they want and feel the lack of. […]

Or maybe its not the smartphone as much as social media that you can’t switch off from? Either way, smartphones are now so central to our lives that being separated from them for even a short time can put people into a high state of anxiety. Yep, I know, you’re probably rolling your eyes at […]

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