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.
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.
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.
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.
They’re the people in your family, workplace or friendship group who make you feel worthless, angry or sad.
We take about 20,000 breaths a day. Here’s how each breath give us more energy and an emotional lift.
Feeling forgetful? From berries to salsa, there is plenty you can to do sharpen up your mind and memory.
Rejection can be tough to take – but as Jo Stanley discovers, sometimes the biggest successes come after failure.
Many people find it difficult to say no, but there are lots of good reasons to stop being a people-pleaser.
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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