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What is social anxiety disorder (SAD) Let us make one thing very clear about social anxiety- it is not shyness. Newspaper reports have often made this mistake, suggesting that medicine is prescribed for shyness when in fact it is being prescribed for those experiencing severe social anxiety. And yes, the same newspapers that frequently report… Read More

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What is Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) As the title suggests, OCD is generally considered to be one of the anxiety disorders and might affect as many as 2% of a western population. It is not uncommon for symptoms to appear in adolescence but even children as young as two years of age have been found… Read More

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In part 1 of our series – Forewarned is Forearmed – The psychology of supermarkets – we discovered why the milk is so hard to discover, why the fresh fruit and vegetables are placed so enticingly near the entrance and how programmed patterns of thought, hard wired over decades are now being used to get… Read More

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The world turns and many of us are trying to buy local again at least for certain items. It has been years now since my own Sunday joint was bought at the supermarket and we here at MHD pick up our bread order less than 100 yards from our front door. We are even beaten… Read More

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  In my last blog “I’m not being listened to!” I suggested a few challenging thoughts about questioning our relationship with work and in this blog I’d like to take the subject a little further. Two of the best CEOs I’ve ever worked with have a similar view about people being positive in the work… Read More

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A couple of weeks ago, Sophie Boulton wrote an article for us on eating disorders. Reading this gave us a fresher look at what it means to have one of these issues in your life but managing it remains very difficult. So we asked her to follow this up with some of her favourite tips… Read More

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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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