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12. Feeling personally victimised by the weather. 10. Trying to block out the cold with all the junk food. 11. Wasting all
Being unhappy isn’t pleasant. For most of us, when we feel unhappy, we naturally want to push those thoughts away or move
Love bravely, text wildly and add an x wherever you go. Take back control. It's your choice to put the x not theirs and if you're not ready, don't put that x. If they take back their x, laugh wildly with your head back because they could not be as brave as you.
Nearly nine years ago I was induced and gave birth to my son. Then he turned three. That's all I remember. I missed three years. I remember parts, but I couldn't tell you what his first words were, when he first rolled over, what his favourite food was, or what we did together.
As John Milton said: "The mind is a universe and can make a heaven of hell, a hell of heaven." We psychologists can help people to use their minds to make their present moments better than they could ever predict their futures to be.
Although January is officially the saddest month of the year, the seasonal dip in our wellbeing starts much earlier. This is the time when the over-indulgence combines with the lack of sunlight and warmth to create a perfect storm on both mind and body
I usually find Winter to be quite difficult. Not only can the lack of sunlight be troublesome, but the Winter months seem