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5 Greatest Myths Of Mental Health

Mental health problems are a growing public health concern. More than ever before, it has become a topic of great interest with better discourse and coverage in the media. Health services in Britain are struggling to cope with the demand for services. It is...

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Will You Be Lonely This Holiday Season?

I decided to write a slightly offbeat post this holiday season. You may have come across a lot of messages about the joys of Christmas, that special time of the year to celebrate with friends and family, and have a great time. There are also messages encouraging...

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Once an Alcoholic, Never Again

I wanted to share the story of Sally Wyse who spoke to me recently about her struggle and recovery from alcohol addiction. She is a living proof that not only is complete freedom from alcohol addiction possible, it actually does not need to be hard work either. And...

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Parenting and Innate Health in Children

Parenting is often a difficult and full-time responsibility.  It can be a rich and rewarding experience; at other times, it can seem the exact opposite! And every child is unique and special in their own way. If a child is struggling with psychological issues and we...

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Surviving to Thriving – the uncommon facts!

Next week (8-14th of May) is Mental Health Awareness Week and the theme for this year is Surviving to Thriving. It is good to know that the focus this time is on health and resilience instead of ill-health. However, the key message seems to be that we need to DO...

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Can we avoid overthinking?

"I know I do a lot of thinking. Can you tell me what I can do to think less?" That is such a common question I am asked during Coaching and Innate Resilience training sessions. That tells me two things – When we identify a problem, we start looking for solutions. We...

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The Healing Power of Lightheartedness

I recall a particular day when I was spending some time with one of my patients in the hospital grounds some time ago. He used to spend most of the time in his room and conversations I had with him in my office tended to be very brief, as he hardly had anything to...

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