Soul food, comfort food, the way to a man’s heart. Food has long been associated with our thoughts and emotions. But what happens when that association becomes a threat to our health? How do we overcome the tendency to use food as a way of coping with our pain? Continue reading Overeating: A painful way of coping
Deciding to study later in life may leave one with potentially crippling fears and doubts. Here are five good reasons for mature students to feel both confident and able. Continue reading 5 advantages of studying later in life
Panic attacks can be frightening and leave you dreading their return. In this week’s blog post, I share with you the key to successfully treating panic disorder. Continue reading Curing panic attacks: Know this one thing
While no-one is immune to the allure of procrastination, no-one is immune to the cost of putting tasks and obligations off until the last minute either. In this blog post, we ask what fuels procrastination and how we might break this habit. Continue reading Procrastination: A costly way of coping
Fighting reality can leave us feeling miserable. Continue reading How we make ourselves miserable (and the million dollar question)
Instead of thinking about what we “could be or do” in the new year, let us think about “what we are” and “what we have.” Here are the top seven human characteristics according to a recent poll I conducted with colleagues and personal influencers. Continue reading The Top 7 Human Characteristics: Number 7 will surprise you!
Have you longed for your end-of-year leave? Now that it has finally arrived: do you feel exhausted and down-hearted? Rest assured: You are not alone!
Continue reading Depression Season: Finally away from work and now struggling with self-esteem?