Stress happens to all of us at one time of another. But what many people don’t know is that there are two forms of stress. The first is acute stress, which is very normal and usually a reaction to a minor upset/accident, or an upcoming event. The other … [Read more...] about Making sense of Stress
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Luke Ambler is from Halifax in UK. His Dad's a passionate Rugby man who played for Bradford Northern as a kid and encouraged Luke to start playing Rugby. Luke took to it like a duck to water and slowly progressed up the ranks, playing for Salford, he was … [Read more...] about Rugby League Player tackles the stigma of suicide
It can be difficult to find a job that truly suits us and feeds our soul. I love to create, to work in a quiet space, to use my mind and do something worthwhile. Now, once again, I have got involved in a fun new project and overbooked myself. If all … [Read more...] about Commit wisely to create margin
Dan Lawson sees many people in search of happiness, as a mental health counselor in New York. Many of us are doing things that may bring us pleasure but don't make us happy. People want to be happy but they are not sure where happiness comes from. … [Read more...] about Is happiness just a side effect?
Corbie Mitleid has had a checkered career but now after many life challenges, is an intuitive counsellor and inspirational speaker who certainly has some great resilience tips to share. In a disfunctional childhood, Corbie wrestled with who she was and … [Read more...] about Gaining clarity and reducing stress with top resilience tips
Crystal Goh is a practitioner and neuroscientist working in a health and technology sector in California. She was born and raised in Hong Kong and lived in England for a while, then travelled around world with work. Crystal was raised as a Christian, … [Read more...] about Mindfulness – True strength can be soft