Monthly Archives: May 2013

FEAR….. Beyond Reasoning: Anxiety – The Stress Response

You are like a Mirror; your inner world reflects your outer world. Every thought you have makes up a fragment of the world you see. When you feel anxious or fearful, know that there are no tests, blocks or obstacles … 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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Sir Alex Ferguson Blows The Whistle – How Does Retirement Impact Us?

Today’s news headline is that Sir Alex Ferguson has made the decision to retire. This of course is a high profile retirement, so how are the media responding? There are speculations of who will fill his shoes and a reflection … Continue reading

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Personality Clash or Workplace Harrassment?

Work places are renowned for personality clashes, power struggles and difficult team dynamics, all of which often impact employees personally as well as professionally. However, difficult working relationships are sometimes more serious than a spat over a stapler or a … Continue reading

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