Winter has been a testing time so far with wild stormy weather outside and bugs spreading inside. I succumbed to flu on the day I was due to have a flu jab and missed a meeting with a health […]
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The 2012 Olympic Games gifted the host nation with the feel-good factor and now that they’re over many of us have been experiencing withdrawal symptoms or POD – post-Olympic depression […]
As if receiving a visit from the black dog wasn’t bad enough, one of the most depressing things about depression is the narrow choice of treatment available to you if and when you recognise what’s ailing you. Depression is […]
One of the most depressing things about having depression is the limited choice of treatment available once you recognise what’s ailing you. It’s the no1 threat to well-being in the 21st century, the leading cause of disability according to […]
The fact that I frequently mistype ‘goal’ as ‘gaol’ would lead any Freudian to suspect that I’m just not that into New Year’s resolutions. And it’s true I’m not. Resolutions can end up provoking negative emotions like guilt, anxiety […]