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What do your nails say about your health

What do your nails say about your health

I suspect that what the state of my nails communicates mostly is my lack of time (or inclination?!) for a manicure. The often unkempt rigid panels at the ends of my ten digits speak of parenthood in all its glory, where washing, cooking and cleaning take their toll. Breaks, chipped varnish and ragged cuticles are

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Dealing with difficult babies

Dealing with difficult babies

As a mum-of-two, I wouldn’t say that either of my kids were ‘difficult’ babies. Sure, we had the colic, the weaning issues and a few sleep blips, but broadly I feel that I got off fairly lightly. For some parents their reality seems very different. From the outset their babies are restless, fussy, and difficult

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loneliness

Loneliness

Loneliness is part of the human experience and can be felt on a spectrum, from a slight pang to a deep unremitting ache. Most people experience it at some point in their lives, but for some, it’s a recurring reality that strongly colours the day to day experience of their lives. Despite its common occurrence,

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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 depression on a daily basis

Coping with depression on a daily basis

People suffering from depression often struggle to complete even simple everyday tasks. Getting through a day at work can be an achievement in itself, never mind coming home to play with the kids, help them with homework and get the house sorted. If you’re finding life difficult to cope with due to depression then we

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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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