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    Tips to help with low sex drive

    Although it might not be the favourite topic on a Friday night out, many people experience short or long periods of low sex drive. The pressure from the mainstream press is to always be at it in ever more gymnastic ways, but the reality is that many people face hurdles of one sort or another

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    Coping with the death of a child

    Coping with the death of a child

    The death of a child is every parent’s worst nightmare. While it’s expected that you’ll lose your parents at some point and perhaps your partner or some of your friends will pass away before you, a parent losing a child seems to go against the natural order of things. Following the death of a child,

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    Coping strategies for chronic pain

    Coping strategies for chronic pain

    Chronic pain affects millions of people in the UK. It can have a hugely detrimental effect on the patient’s life as well as that of their family. What is chronic pain? Everyone experiences pain now and again. It’s an important signal that something isn’t quite right with the body. It alerts is to disease or

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    Can kindness save a relationship

    Can kindness save a relationship

    Only three out of ten couples manage to sustain long term happy relationships. A large study in America has carried out extensive research into this and has come up with some very interesting and revealing findings. Fight or flight The study interviewed thousands of couples who’d been together for at least six years and whilst

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    Post Natal Depression And Anxiety

    Post Natal Depression And Anxiety

    Not all new Mums experience that post-birth high that advertisers would have us believe is the norm. It’s estimated that around 80% of Mums fall victim to the Baby Blues in the week following the birth, where instead of feeling ecstatic they feel emotionally low, weepy, indefinably sad and anxious. These feelings will typically pass

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    Are yon in a co dependent relationship

    Are you in a co dependent relationship

    Co-dependency is a word that has increased in use in therapy circles. In essence, it means that a person is dependent on another’s approval in order to feel a sense of worth. This need for approval can play out in a variety of ways. Spectrum As with everything, there is a spectrum along which you

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