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Anti-depressants or natural anti-depressants?

A new meta-analysis has shown that anti-depressants are effective. There have been doubts expressed over the years with some studies suggesting they only work in the most severe cases. I was suffering from major depression disorder when I tried […]

Reasons to be Cheerful

The days are dank and grey, the debts are piling up and the body is suffering from end-of-year excess so it’s not surprising that your spirits might be low. It’s the January Blues. The party season is over but […]

What is Post-traumatic Growth?

The Journey from Adversity to Growth
Traumatic experiences such as the loss of a loved one or a diagnosis of serious illness can test us to our very limits.  While it can destroy life as we know it, it may […]

Love 2.0. What is Love Anyway?

Valentine’s Day is the day we celebrate romantic love. There are other types of love eg. storge is love based on friendship, agape is the selfless love concerned with others’ wellbeing, ludus, the pleasant, shallow love based on mutual enjoyment rather […]

Happy Twixtmas: Pottering with Purpose

Twixtmas is the time between (betwixt) Christmas and New Year. This precious pot of me-time occurs when the days are short, energy levels are low and the out-of-office assistant is on. You can let yourself go with the rhythm […]

Blue Monday or More?

Got the January blues? If you have a tendency to feeling low then the short days of a long winter can send your mood spiralling down. But what if it’s more than a case of feeling blue? Often people […]

New dates for the Positive Psychology Masterclass

The Positive Psychology Masterclasses have been running for 5 years and have proved to be a great asset to anyone who wants to access the knowledge and tools that help people feel good, function well and flourish in a concentrated 2-day […]