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Lunch time or comfort break?

Lunch time or comfort break?

Perkbox a UK based employee benefits provider commissioned research into the incidence of comfort eating with male and female workers and found women are nearly twice as likely to comfort eat in order to deal with stress than men. Almost 50 per cent of women surveyed...

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Striking a digital balance

Striking a digital balance

In a bid to improve his quality of life regarding mental health and happiness the creator of the X-Factor, Simon Cowell has revealed that he has not used his mobile phone for almost a year. He told the Mail on Sunday newspaper that his phone-abstinence had absolutely...

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Therapy Digest 03

Hangry is a real emotion The term ‘Hangry’ meaning angry and hungry has been added to Oxford English Dictionary this year. A real phenomenon for many of us is that as your empty stomach rumbles become more frequent, your temper shortens giving us the concept of being...

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Sugar craving or sweet temptation

Sugar craving or sweet temptation

A recent article in a Middle Eastern newspaper detailed the daily strategies a woman went through to make sure she didn’t succumb to her self-acclaimed sugar addiction.According to the article published recently in the Jordan Times, her need to eat sugar is the first...

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The strain of self-imposed starvation

The strain of self-imposed starvation

Intermittent fasting (IF) was the shiny new kid on the block of the last couple of years. It offered a novel way of limiting eating instead of the usual fad diets that quickly gain popularity only to fade into obscurity.People in their droves bought the best-selling...

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Therapy Digest 02

Therapy Digest 02

The latest musings, a-ha moments, and insights around therapy and self-help from therapist Sally Baker. Striking a digital balance In a bid to improve his quality of life regarding mental health and happiness the creator of the X-Factor, Simon Cowell has revealed that...

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Are you a self-improvement Junkie?

Are you a self-improvement Junkie?

Do you regularly seek out new activities and throw yourself into whatever it is with all your heart only to lose your enthusiasm a mere few weeks or months later?I’m speaking to you potters, yoga bunnies, watercolourists, tourist Italian-speakers, silversmith...

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