Articles written by Jenny Smith

Looking after your health in the face of change

Looking after your health in the face of change

Change can feel both exciting and scary. Inevitably bringing in the new also means letting go of the old which carries a potential host of emotions such as grief, loss, sadness, fear and anxiety with it. It is easy to forget that human beings operate on many different levels and whilst the practical side of

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Reaching Out For Help

Reaching Out For Help

Lots of people still have mixed feelings about using professional support, even during times of struggle. Fears of being judged or misunderstood can get in the way of admitting to personal difficulties. Many individuals and families continue to go it alone, even during time of increased pressure and stress. More People Are Asking For Help

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How To Find Your Passion

How To Find Your Passion

Discovering what you love to do most can have a breathtaking effect on your life. Society and the culture we live in place a whole bunch of expectations on us, which most of us simply absorb and strive to live up to. A good job, a nice home, a successful relationship, a family – these

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Minimising the affects of ADHD

Minimising the affects of ADHD

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neuro-behavioural disorder that is linked with developmental difficulties. Classic symptoms include inattentiveness, being easily distracted, hyperactivity and impulsivity. 5-7% of children are diagnosed with this developmental disorder. Some simply cannot concentrate, others become disruptive, defiant and have trouble getting along with family, peers, or teachers. There are mixed

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Lighten up in love

Lighten up in love

With so much focus on whether your relationship is right for you, it can be easy to start stressing about even the small stuff that goes on between you and your other half. Taking it all too seriously seems to be a twenty first century problem now. It can be a good dose of medicine

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the sensory guide to stress

The sensory guide to stress

Stress is a part of modern life, but the danger is when stress becomes the norm and we fail to recognise the signs of an overstressed system. Do you know what it feels like to be calm and stress-free? Would you say that your system is settled and relaxed and that you have a feeling

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