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Some people think ‘wonderful’ is for others and not for them. If that is you, then you could be losing out on something really important in your life. Some people think ‘wonderful’ is for others and not for them. [READ MORE]
Litter picking someone else’s rubbish – is it silly, responsible or tidying a way a problem? I am not top of the tidy homes list, but I find litter unsettling. It causes disharmony. For me litter picking is an [READ MORE]
#DearKarin : How to make peace with chronic illness? Dear Debbie, Thanks for writing in with a question about a topic that is (or may become) relevant for so many of us. Chronic illness is a vast territory, with [READ MORE]
Emotional bubbles – you may ask. We all have them. Some are helpful, others less so. Life is about navigating emotional bubbles. Do you know yours? Emotional bubbles are feelings we withdraw into to feel safe, grounded and anchored. [READ MORE]
Old people driving? Following the recent car accident involving Prince Philip in January 2019 the debate about safe driving and old age has experienced a renewed airing. Stopping activities that may put us and others at risk should be straight forward. But [READ MORE]
If you want to quit a difficult habit, then New Year’s resolutions can do more harm than good. Because if what you want to change is a crutch you need to cope with life, then taking it away can make you fall. [READ MORE]
Health anxiety is normal and often part and parcel of serious health issue. Being able to separate the real from the unreal – that’s what matters. Often people give us false hope, because they think it can help with health anxiety. [READ MORE]