Monthly Archives: August 2012

Weight issues are not about food

This week I am starting a new series of articles examining the issue of weight and body image. I have a personal interest in this subject as it has been one of my life long issues too. I recognise that … Continue reading

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Becoming Magnificent! The Resilient Mind.

This week I want to complete my series of blogs about resilience, that bounce back factor that allows us to experience life in a positive and fulfilling way.  “The Power of Resilience” written by Robert Brooks and Sam Goldstein has … Continue reading

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Thoughtful values provide meaning and build resilience

I write this blog as the final day of the Olympics progresses toward an exciting finale. Watching all the athletes and sportsmen and women this week has been very inspirational. Both in success and less than they hoped for there … Continue reading

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Compassion and Contribution: Signs of a resilient mindset

As I sit here on a sunny afternoon watching Andy Murray going for Gold at the Olympics it is easy to see how important contribution is for the resilient mindset. Our world is enriched by all the amazing sports men … Continue reading

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