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Often I work with people who are feeling very stressed at work and one of their biggest complaints is “I’m not being listened to!” We live in a world where we have much higher expectations of work; we expect to be consulted on any and every decision in work that will affect us or our… Read More

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Undoubtedly, we will have readers and members of our website who may have very real issues with eating disorders. None of our regular team has personal experience of these so we are pleased today to feature a piece written by Sophie Boulton. Sophie is a promising young psychologist who has experienced her own psychological issues.… Read More

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Vanity is a pretty unattractive characteristic and we’ve probably all come across smug individuals who have a superiority complex that manifests itself in a way that only allows them to feel better about themselves if they can make negative comparisons with others. Hence the reference in the title of this article to the catch phrase… Read More

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A couple of weeks ago we published an article on the topic of financial well-being and just a few days ago on our Facebook page we asked the question, financial well-being or financial status – you decide? Well-being is important to us here at MHD. In our previous article we began exploring some steps you… Read More

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An argument rages – do we become depressed when we reduce our activity or do we reduce our activity when we become depressed? And as many of our enlightened readers will already be thinking the truth is both somewhere between and beyond those two debating points. What we can be confident in thinking is that… Read More

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Whenever we ask people what activities or groups of activities improve the mood we invariably get a consensus that exercise is very beneficial. It seems that almost as many people feel that exercises is just as good for mental health as it is for physical health. But is it true? Superficially we can quickly suggest,… Read More

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In my clinical role I work with quite a few people who report being very stressed by work. They site a whole range of reasons for why work is a problem: work overload, ambiguity, lack of support or appreciation, insufficient financial reward, poor relationships with colleagues or managers, and a host of other reasons.  … Read More

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In the first part of this series we began identifying what thinking errors are and how they affect us. In the previous article we explored further, three classic thinking errors, how we can be easily troubled them, blow things all out of proportion and drive our anxiety higher and higher. Here, we will take a… Read More

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As my careers teacher at school once told our class “Money on its own will not make you happy; but the lack of it can make you miserable.” And he was absolutely right. Most people, not unreasonably, make the assumption that the more money you have then the more content you will be with life;… Read More

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