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Narcissism is a word many of us have heard but very few are familiar with. Unless of course you have  been told by a psychologist, psychiatrist, counsellor or well-meaning friend that the person you have described in your family or romantic relationship is a narcissist. Narcissism lies along a spectrum so symptoms and intensity can vary, however simply put, narcissism is a label generall... read more

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Category  |  Emotional Health

The Power of Self Reflection

Posted on 20 May 2018

In my blog posts in March and April I highlighted the importance of plugging into you and identifying certain aspects of who you are with reference to uncovering values, strengths and passions. I was suggesting that you start engaging in the powerful process of self-reflection. I want to expand on this process in this month’s blog as it really is the foundation for developing self-awareness... read more

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Category  |  Emotional Health

Food is an imperative part of our lives. It is also an integral part of the aging process.  “We are what we eat” is a famous saying because the foods we eat affects everything about us; from our physical health and appearance, to our mental health, emotions and even social interactions. The types and quality of the foods we eat can affect our physiology and anatomy either in positive... read more

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Category  |  Nutrition

Prevention is better than cure. It makes sense doesn’t it? If we treat our bodies like the gifts they are, we will have less need for medical intervention and, by extension, less illness. However, over my career I’ve found some medical professionals like to talk the talk rather than walk the walk. In my opinion, there are many reasons why much lip service is given to preventative health,... read more

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Category  |  Wellbeing

We know beyond any doubt stress can be detrimental to our health.  It might be work-related, family issues or simply having a lot on our plates, but stress is something we need to combat if we are to lead healthy, happy lives. In today’s post, I’m going to share a few simple breathing exercises that will help to lower stress levels and expand your lung capacity allowing more oxygen ... read more

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Category  |  Yoga

How To Live Your Life With Purpose

Posted on 07 Apr 2018

Everyone is talking about it… finding your purpose! People are often engaging in philosophical ‘What is the point?’ discussions. You might be involved in these discussions and be wondering about your own purpose. These thoughts and discussions may awaken feelings of discomfort or anxiety in you. On the other hand, you may have found your purpose, but you’ve veered off course because o... read more

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Category  |  Wellbeing

How To Bounce Forward From Adversity

Posted on 13 Mar 2018

Every day we interact with a world that is filled with adversity. You may ask yourself, ‘How do people keep going despite all that they are faced with?’ Life-changing events like car accidents, illnesses, wars, natural disasters… the list can be endless… happen everywhere, all the time; yet people keep going. You may even ask yourself whether, if faced with similar circumstances, you ... read more

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Category  |  Emotional Health

I gave birth three and a half months ago and it is an understatement to say that my universe as I knew it has changed. I love my little baby Seren Grace and I love spending time with her AND I love working out. Before Seren Grace was born my entire life was dedicated to helping people get fit and being an athlete myself. With my new arrival, my priorities have changed in the short term to nur... read more

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Category  |  Exercise & Fitness

Over the past decade, depression has received significant coverage in mainstream media with many high-profile organisations, not to mention a number of prominent individuals publicly declaring their own demons in this very common area of mental health. It is estimated that around 7% of people living in the modern world will experience an episode of major depression on a yearly basis. Depress... read more

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Category  |  Mental Health

Compulsive lying disorder is where a person falsifies information and pathologically lies. The compulsive lies can be extensive or relatively small, they can happen over a period of months, years or even a life time in some cases. It is termed a condition because unlike the average person that may tell the odd lie here and there or twist and exaggerate the truth for a specific valid reason. A... read more

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Category  |  Marriage & Relationship Transformation Specialist

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