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Imagine if you had unshakable belief in yourself. If you had more confidence, how would that change your life? What would you be doing in your personal life, in your professional life and just for fun if you had more confidence? What kind of things would you be saying to yourself and to others? What […]

Have You Given Up On Gaining Your Ideal Body? Have you resigned yourself to living with a body you don’t love? Do you think nothing you ever do to lose weight will ever make a difference? There’s one more thing I’d like you to try: And its not another diet or exercise plan. It’s not […]

You know when something good happens and its gone, over in the blink of an eye? And you say to yourself, ‘That was so much fun I’ll remember every detail forever,’ and yet the memory fades a little bit every time you bring it forward in your mind to reminisce. Thankfully, science has discovered how […]

We all think we know what successful means: Its the big fancy house, the flash car, designer clothes and shoes, luxury holidays four times a year and more money than we know what to do with. Right? All the material trappings of success have come to mean success themselves. It doesn’t matter the means by […]

We are all on a healing journey in one way or another, and we all have work to do to recover because I believe that no-one emerges unscathed through childhood. However healing doesn’t always require energy work or any kind of healing modality. It can take place by experiencing love, receiving compassion and hearing sincere […]

Britain is now the fattest country in western Europe. Two decades ago, about five in ten adults were either overweight or obese, with a body mass index higher than 30. Now, it is six in ten. In 1957, fewer than one in ten 11-year-olds were fat; by 2012, more than a quarter of the class […]

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 […]

zombie New research has emerged that shows scientists have been able to remove memories from the brains of mice. This raises the possibility that you could one day pay to erase some, or even all of your memories. This has actually been put forward as a potential future treatment for people with Post Traumatic Stress […]

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