Category Archives: Anger Management

Is Your Company at Risk From the Presenteeism Epidemic?

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Presenteeism is described as the act of attending work whilst unwell (including physical & mental health), also working long hours, not using annual leave or not taking regular breaks. All of which cause tiredness, reduce concentration, and impact our general … Continue reading

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Why Anger is Not all Bad

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Jenny Collard on Why Anger is Not all Bad     “Any one can get angry – that is easy…but to do this to the right person, to the right extent, at the right time, with the right motive, and … Continue reading

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Difficult for Men to Talk

  Men are well known for finding it difficult to talk, so we ask  RHCP Ltd Psychotherapist Andy Lincoln  to discusses the topic of men, emotions and being comfortable in sharing these emotions. The recent BBC programme New Tricks featured an argument between … Continue reading

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Men’s Issues: More Help Needed

  In 1981, 2,466 women in the UK took their own lives. Three decades later, thanks to improvements in psychiatric and emergency care medicine the number in 2012 had almost halved to 1,391. In 1981, 4,129 men in the UK took … Continue reading

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Men and Therapy

  Men are often more reluctant than women to seek help when they need it.  Experience tells us that this is not because men do not benefit from therapy, but because they often feel that coming to therapy is a … Continue reading

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Terrorism Creates Terror in All of Us

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The events of Wednesday afternoon in Woolwich left the country in a state of anger, fear, shock and grief. The murder of Drummer Lee Rigby was brutal not only in the shocking violence inflicted upon him but also in its … Continue reading

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Smacking Children: A Grey Area?

According to a recent poll on Parents.com, 81% of parents have spanked their child at least once and 22% do so on a weekly basis. Whether or not it is ok to smack children is an ongoing heated debate. What … Continue reading

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8 top tips for an argument free Christmas

Christmas is coming, and although we usually start getting excited for the festive fun, lets not forget that family get-togethers can be delicate, and often evoke emotional responses we wouldn’t usually have.   Last year did someone storm upstairs due to … Continue reading

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