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Living with Bipolar

Living with Bipolar

Bipolar disorder affects a huge number of people in the UK, with one in twenty being on the spectrum and 1%-2% of the population having a diagnoses of it. With these stats in mind, it’s important to find ways to support yourself or others to live well alongside this condition. Information is power! Educate yourself

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Could you survive an online break

Could you survive an online break

Online addiction is now recognised as a serious problem and services and information have now been made available for anyone concerned that their relationship with cyberspace is beyond healthy and constructive. Filling a void Many people recognise that they are looking to emails, Facebook, twitter or any of the other billion online options for a

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Benefits of having good neighbours

Benefits of having good neighbours

Oooh there is someone new moving in at number 24! Are you the one stood behind the window twitching your curtains, vowing you will have as little to do with them as you do everyone else? Or are you running over armed with a beaming smile and a cup of sugar before they have even

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How much are children affected by advertising

How much are children affected by advertising

Children listen to the commercials more than we think. “Mummy,” my little boy began, “can you have an accident at work and ‘win’ some money?!” I was actually shocked! Now I don’t think he really wants me in a plaster cast dishing out the orders from my hospital bed, (I hope not anyway) but rather

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A mystical start to the New Year

A mystical start to the New Year

As the New Year establishes its foothold, we often look to rid ourselves of any negatives of the last year and start the new one with a fresh and dynamic approach. There are many of us who are open to a few non-conventional methods to get us feeling good and help us kick the New

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Dealing with post Christmas blues

Dealing with post Christmas blues

January can be a glum month. In the run up to Christmas the short dark days can be offset against a full social calendar, bright twinkling lights and the magic of the festive season. But once that’s all over with for another year empty bank accounts, the post-Christmas scales reading and returning to work after

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