Don’t be a hostage to fortune

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Traumatic experience leaves a particular marker behind it. Unless given attention, it becomes like a sealed moment in a life. Though time passes and our lives move on, however much older we become, the traumatic experience remains within us. However, … Continued

Psychotherapy : developing new ways of living

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Psychotherapy is a way of developing a safe and confidential relationship aimed at understanding and improving psychological health. It aims at bringing relief to problematic subjects, and experiences of suffering. A psychotherapist will have trained in particular theories and practice. … Continued

Dealing with addiction

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How do you recognise that you may have a drink or drug or food addiction problem?  We might assume that it would be obvious and easy to spot, but it isn’t. With addictions, people ‘use’ the drink, or whatever the … Continued

Luck and good fortune

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You need luck, no matter how much talent, drive and desire you have.  Without luck you may find it hard to get your ideas and projects off the ground no matter how good they are. In mythology, folklore and fairy … Continued

Loss of confidence

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A profound loss of confidence is often a consequence of accidents and events. When something happens out of the blue it can leave you shaken. The impact on individuals of a death, or a painful family break up, or witnessing … Continued

Understanding Bipolar Disorder

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Bipolar Disorder is a mood disorder that is characterised by alternating periods of mania and depression. It was formerly known as manic depression. People with Bipolar Disorder can swing from extreme highs to extreme lows, sometimes very quickly. This can … Continued