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Mental Health
Self-Belief

Lockdown was the key to my recovery!

….As a single woman who’d recently graduated university and come back home, hopelessly trying to find a career in Cornwall. Life itself hasn’t been one you’d look at and think, “it’s understandable how you’ve recovered.” …Without realising it at the time, lockdown was the perfect opportunity to put the things I learnt through self-help books into action, and from there I watched myself grow…..

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Mental Health

Never apologise for how you feel.

Maybe it’s because there’s been a full moon I’ve been battling with insomnia these last couple of nights, and nothing to do with the problems I’ve chosen to bottle up…. Either way, I’m back. It’s been a long time since I last posted a blog- I’m sure my non-existent thousands of fans are as heartbroken […]

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Life

Living with Dementia

So many people struggle to talk about Dementia- like anything emotional and unexplainable- we can be over sensitive towards the subject, or we just don’t know enough about it to know what to say. Sometimes it’s good to talk about these things with others who’ve been, or are going through it- to prepare for what’s […]

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Mental Health

How Hypnotherapy benefited my life!

I strode into the safe, snug, candlelit room on Tuesday, feeling content as I took my usual seat, opposite Helen. Like at the start of every hypnotherapy session, she asked how I was feeling out of ten.  Although I’d said 7, ten minutes later, unexpectedly, I began feeling emotional. I say unexpectedly, since I hadn’t […]

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Life

Dry January was life-changing!

We’ve almost reached the end of January- the end of the alcohol drought and the dark, cold, Misty mornings. The thrill of fun festivities wore off quicker than the hangover. We’ve scraped through the month on pennies, and we’re finally settled back into our mundane regimes- Is it any surprise January is so hated by […]

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