What fires in the brain, wires in the brain

What an interesting and thought-provoking idea. Paradoxically complex and yet surprisingly simple to explain in terms of anxiety and, in particular, and low mood. Let me expand on this… Anxiety is a feeling of unease, such as worry or fear, that can vary widely in degree of severity. Some feelings of anxiety can be perfectly […]

Valuing our Values

We do, or we learn to, value ourselves in terms of our worth and self-belief but how much attention do we place on valuing our values? Knowing our values, what is really important to us, and living by them is a vital component in our happiness. We’ve all heard people say things like, “I love […]

The darker side of online dating

Online dating is now part of everyday life for millions of people. There are many success stories of people meeting new partners this way, 23% of people in UK meeting someone online that they didn’t know before (Dutton and Helsper, 2012) and 6% of married couples meeting their long-term partner (Dutton, Helsper, Whitty, Buckwalter and […]

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