Covid-19 Survival Tips

We are hopefully over the worst of the restrictions for Covid-19 but this experience has been stressful and you may be left feeling negative, anxious or depressed due to this experience changing the way we live and view are environment.   Maintaining our psychological wellbeing is important because when are mental health is strained our physical

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The Psychology of exercise and motivation.

It’s common for people to over indulge over the Christmas period and around this time of year you might be thinking enough of the eating and time to do some exercise to shed some of those extra kilos.  If you already exercise that’s great but if you don’t then this might be due to lack

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Dealing with the long-term effects of childhood bullying.

The effects of childhood bullying can be devastating and without interventions can extend into adulthood.  Let’s first understand bullying as aggressive behaviour or intentional harm-doing by peers that is carried out repeatedly and involves an imbalance of power, either actual or perceived, between the victim and the bully (Olweus 1993).  Bullying can take the form of direct bullying, which includes

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Strategies to help decrease screen time

Following on from the previous blog which gave a clear indication that there are unhealthy consequences for too much screen for both children and adults, the next question you might be asking is how to limit and minimise screen time?  Here are some suggestions of how to reduce your screen time to ensure you are

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The difference between Narcissism and Narcissistic Personality Disorder.

The term ‘narcissism’ tends to be overworked these days and is often used to describe someone who is self-centred or ‘obnoxious’ but it’s important to remember there is a difference between someone having narcissist tendencies and someone who has a pathological diagnosis of Narcissistic Personality disorder (NPD). So when does a ‘self-centred’ and obnoxious’ person

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