Anger management: How to tame your temper

23 February, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

Anger can be a harmful beast – to yourself and to others. Here’s how to spot the signs that your anger has turned unhealthy, and what to do about it.

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The 3 dangers of being too busy

4 February, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

If having too much to do and too little time is your usual mantra, it’s time to look at why ‘busy’ isn’t always the best option.

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Quick tips to boost your brain power

28 November, 2018 . by Sarah Fennell

Ever noticed that some people seem to effortlessly remember names and new skills? The good news is we can all sharpen our brains and memory, with just a little work.

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The importance of ‘me time’

28 November, 2018 . by Sarah Fennell

Even if it’s for 15 minutes a day, switching off mentally and enjoying your own company has a multitude of physical and mental benefits.

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How to deal with poison people

28 August, 2018 . by Michelle Rose

They’re the people in your family, workplace or friendship group who make you feel worthless, angry or sad.

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Is ‘breathfulness’ the new mindfulness?

10 August, 2018 . by Sarah Fennell

We take about 20,000 breaths a day. Here’s how each breath give us more energy and an emotional lift.

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How to boost your memory (without playing sudoku)

1 August, 2018 . by Sarah Fennell

Feeling forgetful? From berries to salsa, there is plenty you can to do sharpen up your mind and memory.

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‘Emotional gut punch’: How to cope with rejection

29 June, 2018 . by Michelle Rose

Rejection can be tough to take – but as Jo Stanley discovers, sometimes the biggest successes come after failure.

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How to say no – and really mean it

4 June, 2018 . by Michelle Rose

Many people find it difficult to say no, but there are lots of good reasons to stop being a people-pleaser.

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How to train your brain to be happy in 3 simple steps

31 May, 2018 . by Sarah Fennell

Rewiring our brains to always seek gratitude is the first step in the search for happiness, says social scientist Dr Ali Walker.

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