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With 17 videos now posted on the website, a new Facebook page for Mind Health Development and hits here on the up we must be doing something right. But this is not a reason to rest on our laurels. But rather than be busy fools we want to continue to get it right. If you… Read More

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Increasingly the world around us is asking for feedback and validation and when that feedback is about us or a project we have worked hard on it can be hard not to be affected by some of the comments. Sometimes the feedback is fair but still hard to swallow and sometimes the feedback can be… Read More

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Some of you will be aware that I have a condition known as haemochromotosis. It’s a condition which requires fortnightly blood letting else my iron levels get so high I develop super powers. With the blood letting I’m as normal as everyone else. But it’s a pain. A real pain. Every second Monday I have… Read More

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Imagine if you will, a by gone age. An age of wild bears and packs of wolves roaming freely across the tundra. Add a mammoth meandering along the horizon and a small number of wary, two legged creatures called homo sapiens and you have the picture. These two legged creatures or us, have evolved to… Read More

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Anxiety is not just one disorder but rather a whole range of conditions. Some of these include: Generalized Anxiety Disorder Specific Phobias Obsessive – Compulsive Disorder Social Phobia Albeit each one is different there are common threads that run through them all. These are:  Worry Avoidance Reassurance Seeking Safety Behaviours Fear We all know what… Read More

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Stress is characterized by a collection of symptoms that tend to affect the whole person. It is true to say that we all live with a level of stress that we deal with easily but too much and the problems begin. But when is ‘too much’? The answer to this question is, of course, different… Read More

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Depression is no laughing matter – obviously. And the figures show that the spectre of low mood looms large over many of us. Statistics suggest that up to about 15% of us in the developed world will suffer from serious depression at some time with many more of us experiencing low mood to a point… Read More

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We all have our own ideas of what is causing the stress problems in the UK workforce, but every now and again it helps to be little more objective. Two separate sources of information have provided us with an interesting list of possible precipitators to a build up of stress causing ill-health and time off… Read More

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By Catherine Thompson Feeling vindicated I rang one of my best bosses ever, Noel Shanahan. I wanted to share the results of my recent personality assessment. Finally, I had an explanation for my high maintenance temperament: I am highly neurotic. Noel paused, then quipped “Catherine I could have told you that 15 years ago and… Read More

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New year provides us with a perfect opportunity to set some goals, yet few of us stick with them for the full 12 months. Why? Goal setting is a skill that is rarely taught to us as kids, yet research back in the 60’s by Bandler and Grinder showed the power of using a structured… Read More

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