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Habits at the Waterfont Club Breakfast

Excellent talk by Richard on “Habits and Feeder Habits” to a room full of people with heads nodding in agreement...

Exploring Habits at the Waterfront Club

Excellent talk by Richard Winterbourne on “Controlling Habits and Feeder Habits” at the Lake Yard Waterfront Club Business Breakfast this...

Anxiety in men

We know that men of all ages suffer with anxiety. Some men are not aware of it and many men...

The Silent Mostly Male Epidemic

The truth is out, depression is not a “female disease” – Men of all ages are suffering often alone and often...

How habits work

According to Charles Duhigg… “The difficult thing about studying the science of habits is that most people, when they hear...

The stress of school summer holidays

More than half of mums recently surveyed by a popular health app, “Anamaya”, say that their stress and anxiety levels...

Anxiety & Alcohol Coctail

Do anxiety, stress and alcohol make a good cocktail? As soon as we get to the airport at whatever time...

An introduction to peer support

Peer Support may be defined as the help and support that people with lived experience of anxiety, stress, mental illness...

New titles added to our Walled Garden

The latest titles have been added to our subscriber’s “Walled Garden” “The things you can do to feel happier straight...

I’m tired of being tired all the time

Feeling tired and exhausted is so common that it has its own acronym, TATT, which stands for “tired all the...

Journaling… why?

Journaling is often associated with self improvement and introspection, an exercise or time out to study what is going on...

Am I over-thinking stuff?

Over-thinking is common among those of us who consider ourselves to be anxious, or a perfectionist. Over-thinking can become obsessive...

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