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After a trauma, whether physical or mental, sexual or emotional, its very hard to feel safe again, even in our own skin. However leading neuroanatomists in Russia and USA have found that the right tools can speed healing and reduce symptoms for even the most traumatised of people. And one of the most important tools […]

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 […]

New research shows that social separation is a larger cause of disease and death than poor nutrition, lack of exercise, or smoking. Every day, we are discovering in the medical world, that having COMMUNITY is a bigger driver of your health than diet, exercise, lifestyle … Anything.  The facts emerging from recent research show that […]

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 […]

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. […]

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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