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TSHP038 – Laughter is Medicine

What’s Coming This Episode? Apparently four year olds laugh, on average, 300 times a day. The average 40 year old? Only four. What’s up with THAT? Laughter is good for your health. It can boost your immune system, reduce stress, alleviate pain and attract all sorts of wonderful people to you. So, yes, maybe laughter […]

TSHP037 – How to Fall In Love

What’s Coming This Episode? Those three wonderful words – ‘I love you’. How wonderful to hear them! But get this… research has shown that the act of feeling loved and wanted has very little to do with what is said. More, it’s about a persons tone of voice and, of course, their body language and […]

New Year 2014 – Choices

Ok, so it is New Year! Standing at the beginning of 2014 you, and I, will be making choices about how this year will be. Looking forward with hope, love, fear, anxiety, joy…whatever. The point is that what you see ahead, and how – you create what happens for you – this year in 2014 […]

TSHP029 – How to be Alone

What’s Coming This Episode? Loneliness is a killer, didn’t you know? There are plenty of blog posts that discuss this. Sean and Ed do the same this week on The Self Help Podcast and also take a look at the positive sides of some time on our own. Loneliness and solitude are very different things. […]

TSHP026: When Work Isn’t Working

What’s Coming This Episode? What is work and why do we do it? We’ll spend perhaps a third of our lives at work so we need to be very careful that we’re doing work that we find rewarding. Our work, in many cases, defines who we are. When a person asks ‘and what do you do?’, […]

TSHP014 – How to Avoid a Stressful Holiday

What’s Coming This Episode? Holidays. Buckets and spades, water slides, tension-filled airports and sun burnt faces. A good holiday is hard to come by and, if you’re not careful, can result in higher stress levels than before you set off. Autumn is starting to close in here in the UK which can be a tough […]

Depression. A Key To Happiness?

Do you or anyone that you know suffer or suffered from depression or anxiety? If so, do you know what the underlying symptoms are? The use of medication, to reduce anxiety and to lift depression, has become common place to the point where many of them are in our supply of drinking water. These come […]

the blame game

The Blame Game – Who Do You Blame?

How do you feel when other people don’t do what you want them to or, they let you down? Do you blame them or yourself? It’s time to tak about the blame game… It is so easy to blame other people for your own problems, angers and frustration. You can become irritated with people who […]

Let the Procrastination Begin

Procrastination is an emotional barometer. It tells you whether what you are doing is what you should be doing. It will help you discover what it is that you really want from your life. Imagine that when you wake you are about to go and do something that makes you feel good. Would you have trouble […]