At the risk of being bah-humbug, I confess to feeling some relief that the Christmas season is drawing to a close. As the wilting tree is put out and I dig out forlorn and forgotten food items from the back of the fridge, I look forward to life getting back to its usual pace, and […]
There are just a few days to join the Mindfulness Summit, a whole month of online interviews and practical exercises from mindfulness experts. Its purpose is to spread the word about the the meditation-based approach to life. On Saturday there is the chance to join a livestream with Jon Kabat-Zinn, credited with bringing mindfulness to […]
Do we think nothing will go wrong – or do we just not think at all? Mishaps and disasters come from leaping before we look; learn how to hit the pause button and have a calmer life.
This is a very readable memoir by psychiatrist Linda Gask who is an expert in depression and has herself suffered from severe depression for much of her life….
As children leave home to start their courses both students and parents can be sad and anxious. This can be helped by talking to your teenagers long before they go away, helping them with confidence and dealing with any family issues before they become overwhelming….