Increasing Your Child’s Self-Esteem

By Helen Holmes on October 18, 2011

It is interesting to note that a significant factor of an adult’s self-esteem is how he or she developed a sense of self during his childhood years. Whatever positive or negative self-images the child forms is carried on to adulthood, greatly impacting his view of himself and his relationship with the people around him. It is therefore important that a [Read More…]

Arguing Can Be Good for Your Relationship

By Fiona Howard on October 17, 2011

Arguing is not all evil as it is popularly known to be. You may feel really upset after a fight with your partner, and you may want to sulk in the corner and depress yourself some more by staying angry. Then eventually, you may rethink the value of the relationship based on the number of fights you have had. Stop worrying about how often you and your partne [Read More…]

First Steps to a Career in Natural Health

By Jenny Masterson on October 13, 2011

Medicine is one of the fastest growing fields of employment. Training programmes abound for people who want to become a nurse, medical technician, or pharmacist, along with dozens of other medical-related careers. However, despite the growth in this field, there are also those who have grown somewhat wary of traditional Western medicine. Scientists have incr [Read More…]

Stress at Work? 14 Tips to Make You Feel Better

By Monica Wilson on October 10, 2011

  Thousands of people hide their fears and weariness behind their smiles.   Experts call this condition as smiling depression.  According to Dr Cosmo Hallstrom, a psychiatrist in London, people with smiling depression are those who wouldn’t admit they are depressed and won’t even give you a clue of what they really feel insid [Read More…]

Why “Sorry” Is Not Good Enough

By Fiona Howard on October 05, 2011

  The transgression has been done. She expresses hurt and loss of trust, and he feels remorseful and says what is widely considered to be the magic words to heal an offense: I am sorry. She may initially feel in pain but eventually accepts the apology, makes up with him, and life is great again—until the next day, week, or month, when the sin is [Read More…]

Does Acupuncture Really Help to Ease Depression?

By Russell Chapman on October 05, 2011

I am often asked if Acupuncture can help with depression, and while the answer is yes I always feel a simple "yes or "no" doesn’t completely explain why, so I thought here would be a good place to layout my thoughts.   So settle back with a metaphorical Coffee (or whatever takes your fancy) and I will take you on a whirlwind tour [Read More…]

How to Find a Reiki Class that’s Right for You

October 04, 2011

Reiki is a healing practice that can be safely used by anyone to enhance physical, emotional, and spiritual wellness.  This traditional Japanese healing practice is widely used to promote healing and relieve stress by helping the body to find its balance, which helps the body’s self-healing mechanisms to function better. Learning to practice R [Read More…]

Children’s Rights in Divorce Parents Should Not Forget

By Judith Murray on October 02, 2011

‘...But set aside the legality of things, children simply want and need to have a complete family- enjoying the love and support of their true parents.’   Britain has still one of the highest divorce rates in the world even though the number has significantly dropped for almost a decade.  Last year, experts expected an increase in div [Read More…]

Healthy Heart for Him and Her

By Monica Wilson on September 29, 2011

A 2011 British study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine journal released results that one of the factors that increased the risk of heart disease was long working hours of more than 11 hours a day. According to Mika Kivimaki of Britain’s University College London, working long hours is now related to an increase in the risk of heart ailments. [Read More…]

Painkillers can destroy your stomach lining in days, Research Says

September 28, 2011

  Painkillers can destroy your stomach lining in days! When you’re suffering from a terrible headache, what do you do?  If you’re like most people, you will resort to painkillers.  Daily Mail reported that just last year, there were about 17 million prescriptions for Non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDs) made and most were s [Read More…]

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