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"The (television) business is a cruel and shallow money trench, a long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free, and good men die like dogs. There’s also a negative side.” Hunter S Thompson No wonder it drives you round the bend. Finding funding, carrying the can, cashing in on the outcome; trusting to the rap-sheet of your reputat [Read More…]

Sleep Deprivation Linked to Increased Risk of Stroke

By Lisa Franchi on June 06, 2012

Many people, particularly teens and adults don’t usually get their 8-hour sleep at night. But habitual lack of sleep can be dangerous and may even increase the risk of stroke, found a new study. Researchers from the University of Alabama found a link between sleep deprivation and stroke by following over 5,000 people for three years. In such span of t [Read More…]

Building A Good Rapport from Your Very First Session with A Therapist

When going to see a counsellor or hypnotherapist for the first time, your initial consultation is important for both yourself and them for a number of reasons; not least because it is a chance for both of you to see if you can work together and strike up a rapport.  Rapport is a mutual trust and confidence between two people and is extremely important [Read More…]

I Can’t Afford to See A Counsellor?

People come to counselling (and other therapies I speak from as a counsellor but this can be attributed to any other therapy) for many different issues and problems they’re experiencing.  Sometimes these issues/problems are known to the individual and sometimes not known but life just seems to be throwing up obstacles that prevent having meaningfu [Read More…]

Learn to be a Better Parent

Ever thought you behave like your mum or dad? Sometimes even cringing, because you really hated it when your mum or dad behaved in a particular way? It may be that you don’t like it, but it is normal, you are a product of the parental activities of your mum and dad, as well as the external environment you grew up in, including your friends, teachers, a [Read More…]


Self esteem is your own personal view of yourself, physically, mentally, and emotionally. We all have different views of ourselves, but keeping a positive outlook will benefit you more than a negative one. Too many people have developed low self esteem for many different reasons (babies are not born underestimating themselves) and they need to build their se [Read More…]

Easy-to-Follow Tips in Developing Healthy Habits

By Sharon Moore on May 31, 2012

Busting off unhealthy habits is never easy. Eating unhealthy foods, not having enough exercise, snacking while in front of your computer – these are common habits that many people tend to practise for so many years. Although difficult, changing for the better isn’t impossible. In a new study, researchers from the Northwestern University found bet [Read More…]

Ten Ways to Help Your Child Fight Bullying

By Lauren Nicholson on May 30, 2012

Bullying is a very common problem that affects both children and adults all over the world. Bullying Statistics UK reports that 69% of children in the UK have experienced confrontations with bullies while 87% of parents assert that their child has handled situations with bullies. Regrettably, Bullying Statistics UK further reveals that an estimated twenty ch [Read More…]

Hormonal Changes in Women Linked to Gum Disease

By Helen Holmes on May 30, 2012

In an intensive review of nearly 100 studies, a scientist found that the hormonal changes that happen throughout a woman’s life can make changes in her mouth, allowing disease-causing bacteria to breed, enter the blood, and cause serious health problems, even death. Charlene Krejci, a clinical professor at the Case Western Reserve University School of [Read More…]

Top 10 Fibre-Rich Foods

By Amy Taylor on May 29, 2012

When people talk about fibre, the first thing that come to their minds are cereals. But beside bran cereals, there are a lot of foods that are pretty rich in fibre. Let’s cite the top 10.      1.       Whole grains Any food made from rice, oats, corn, and the like are all grain products such as bread and p [Read More…]

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