Emotional health

Peer relationships with children

Peer relationships with children

Children’s relationships with their peers form an integral part of their development. Not only does it help them to be happy during their childhood, it teaches them how to make friendships, work with colleagues and form partnerships as adults. Don’t expect too much too soon Babies and toddlers don’t necessarily take much notice of their

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3D and 4D ultrasound scans

3D and 4D ultrasound scans

Since the 1960s expectant Mums and Dads have been able to see their unborn child via the use of ultrasound scans. At around 13 weeks all parents are offered the opportunity to have a 2-Dimensional (2D) scan. The resulting fuzzy, black-and-white images that are produced from this scan have a magical quality. They provide an

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Lessons to learn from a failed relationship

Lessons to learn from a failed relationship

When a relationship fails it’s natural to dwell on the reasons behind the break down. You may find yourself wondering what you did wrong, what you could have done differently and be angry at the time and energy you feel you have wasted. While valid and totally understandable, these downbeat emotions keep you locked in

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Improving communication at work and personally

Improving communication at work and personally

Communication is a fundamental element of work and personal relationships. However, sometimes things get lost in translation and what we mean doesn’t necessarily get through. From misunderstandings to conflict, poor communication never really ends well, but there are some things you can do to improve your communication skills, no matter who you’re talking to. Focus

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Three Rules To Limit Back Pain

Three Rules To Limit Back Pain

As most people know, it is extremely easy to put our backs out. Once this has happened, it can then become a weak spot in our physical bodies, that overtime can develop into on-going pain and tension. It can be easy to take our bodies for granted, only seeing in hindsight, how it would have

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Sleeping with a snorer

Sleeping with a snorer

Tales of snoring spouses may generate some lively conversations and the occasional giggle, but for both the snorer, and the partner subjected to their nighttime rumblings, snoring can be a real issue. Left unchecked, regular and persistent snoring can lead to poor sleep patterns, fatigue, general irritability and, ultimately, long term health problems as a

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