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Dodgy Thinking and Allergic Reactions to Life

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Food intolerance is widespread and we are increasingly well informed about what we eat.
We take great care to ensure we don’t ingest things that are toxic to our bodies.

But we totally ignore the list of things that do us harm mentally. We happily and ignorantly indulge in daily habits that, to us a technical term “do our heads in.” If we can spot the common allergens we can do something about them and make wiser choices.

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Yes-No Choices – Not Everything Is That Simple

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The neat categorising and packaging of ideas and information is venerated in many of our world. Manipulative? Sure. And also respected, even sought after, but never adequate to cover all situations.

Don’t you agree, or perhaps you disagree?

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What If We’re Wrong About Addiction?

Johann Hari has seen our current methods fail firsthand, as he has watched loved ones struggle to manage their addictions.

He started to wonder why we treat addicts the way we do — and if there might be a better way.

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An Antidote to Hurly-Burly

Here’s a freebie to help you with the Christmas preparations. This free download guidance on how to transform your daily routines into simple Mindfulness exercises. You may not become enlightened, but you can become much lighter.

Use this download and take some time to focus your thinking.

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Forgetting is a Valuable Commodity, Remember That

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Forgetting can be healthy. Traditions, cultures, loyalties and rewards are built on remembering, but then so are feuds, vendettas, comeuppance and hatred.

All things considered, isn’t remembering is vastly over-rated? Someone should speak up for forgetting, it’s a much-needed talent.

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Something You Want to Change?

It may be a lot easier than you thought. The decision to make a start is the first step, and research has shown (it really has, check the references), that change can start to happen once the decision to do something has been taken. I do not limit coaching to a single session, of course, […]

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