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We’re all guilty of comparing ourselves to others, and whilst this can be a healthy factor in inspiring ambition, drive and positive change, it can also leave you feeling like you’re short of the mark and have a negative impact on mood and confidence. To avoid this trap, here are seven ways to stop comparing […]
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I’ve been putting off writing about the recent tragedies we’ve seen in London and Manchester. Its hard to put your feelings into words. Such senseless loss of lives leaves you questioning everything, angry but with an overwhelming sadness. In my clinic, I’ve discussed these feelings with a number of people who have been having difficulty […]
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I keep having moments of wishing that time would slow down. Being on holiday recently and my littlest turning one a few months ago has made me more aware of time passing. I want to take it all in and make sure I’m not missing anything! Even though it’s hectic and chaotic I love the […]
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Whilst most of us focus on achieving our goals, research suggests that setting them is just as important for our health and happiness as reaching them. Your ambitions provide direction, acting as a map for your future which, in turn, can increase positivity and boost confidence. Whether in your career, personal life or relationships, focusing […]
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We all know the saying, “money can’t buy happiness”. The truth is money actually can make you happier in the moment – but, it can’t buy you happiness for long. Research shows that there are links between materialism and life dissatisfaction. Despite this, we’re encouraged to believe that fulfilment comes through what we can acquire, […]
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Research shows that gratitude increases happiness and resilience; boosts optimism, self-esteem and energy levels; and improves sleep, health and productivity. If that wasn’t enough, it can also enhance your career. When you practice gratitude, you’re less likely to feel stressed, envious and negative. You’ll find that relationships are easier to build and sustain, as you […]
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This Easter I (finally!) went to see Moana at the cinema. I’m not sure if my tastes have changed since having children (or if it was just the fact that I never had an excuse to see these films before) but we all loved it and we’ve been listening to the soundtrack ever since. After […]
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“The real purpose of running isn’t to win a race, it’s to test the limits of the human heart.” Bill Bowerman I have been hugely inspired over the past two weeks watching both the Brighton Marathon (which handily passes the end of our road) and the London Marathon (on TV!). It amazes me what people […]
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What happened to those empty moments before phones? When you woke up and lay in bed just thinking about life. Or rolled over and hugged your partner. At the risk of sounding ancient, remember when you sent a letter and had to wait for a reply? Or you emailed a friend and had to wait […]
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