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Today saw my 101st post on on singlesessiontherapy.com (this in number 102). Since I launched this blog on 8th September subscriber numbers have steadily grown, and it has started a few tributary conversations.

Thanks to everyone who has shown interest and given me encouragement by re-tweeting or re-posting my items. I’ll keep them coming and there will be more free add-ons coming for subscribers to my blog, in the next couple of months.

More news on these later. I’ll just say that they’ll be practical, useful, exclusive, and free to subscribers, so stay with it and encourage others to do the same. My aim is simply to reach as many people as possible and touch them in some way.

I’ll keep you posted as events unfold, in the meantime, I hope this blog continue to interest, inform, arouse, prompt, inspire, jiggle, shake up, trouble, entertain…or whatever, you.

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It’s a bit like quantum physics (I think, but I could be wrong here). In quantum science they have had to test for things by assuming they are there and then working from that assumption. Its the same with patterns of behaviour. If you assume there is one and act to change it, you’ll soon find out if it existed or not.

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Your Vision – Without It You’re Stuck

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You’ve heard the expression “Be careful what you wish for”. When we hold a belief that something will happen, it’s more likely to. This is generally associated with negative events, but it also applies to positive ones, like goals and aspirations. Successful people – especially the super-achievers – in any field know this. Every success […]

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Free Stress Reduction

There is something on the horizon. We all see it every day, but mostly we keep our eyes lowered. The something that we all see but many would prefer to avoid noticing is the common-sense dictum that taking time for ourselves, outside, is essential to both short- and long-term wellbeing and health. Whether it is […]

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