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coping with a chronic illness

Coping with a chronic illness

A chronic condition is one that is likely to be with you every day for the rest of your life. Typical examples include diabetes, arthritis, angina, or osteoporosis. There are many others. Unlike a tummy bug or a broken bone there is no end in sight for sufferers of chronic illnesses. Coping with a chronic

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what is Karma

What is Karma

The word karma is something that often brings up lots of difficult feelings in people, confusion, mistrust and resistance to name just a few. It is a word has come into mainstream vocabulary in recent years and is and through popular psychology has resulted in being highly subject to misinterpretation and misrepresentation. What does ‘Karma’

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Tired all the time

Tired all the time

If you wake most mornings feeling sluggish and exhausted then you are not alone. Even among those who manage to get a good, undisturbed night of sleep there exist a significant proportion who feel tired all the time. Statistics from the Royal College of Psychiatrists show that as many as 1 in 5 people regularly

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How to stop absorbing other peoples negativity

How to stop absorbing other peoples negativity

When you’re feeling emotionally low, your capacity to absorb negativity increases. Your defences are down, and without even realising it you can become a sponge for the destructive energies around emotions such as anger, fear and frustration. In an empathetic implosion we zone in on negative emotions that we sense in others, as a way

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How to handle pressure

How to handle pressure

Stress caused by too much pressure can be debilitating and each year, thousands of people in the UK suffer the consequences of stress due to work and lifestyle changes. If you suffer from stress and it is not dealt with correctly, it can lead to prolonged bouts of depression and anxiety. Learning how to handle

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The worst time of day to do certain things

The worst time of the day to do certain things

We are told we are most productive and alert in the mornings, that we could possibly benefit from the odd afternoon nap (fat chance!), and maybe avoid buying a product which was made on a Friday afternoon! Are there really times when we are better doing certain things or is it a more a case

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