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Parents’ Depression ‘Can Negatively Affect’ Children’s Grades

Depression is a common problem in the UK, with the NHS stating that approximately one in ten people in the country will suffer from the condition during their lifetime. However, new research has suggested that depression in adults could also affect their children. A Swedish study that examined 1.1 million kids born in the country [...]

By | February 17th, 2016|Mind Management|0 Comments

NLP Strategies & Modelling – An example

One of the huge benefits of learning NLP is that you can adopt any kind of skill and behaviour that you admire in others and have it for yourself. Skills that we possess in life contain strategies that are hidden deep down in our system and when we are good at something we can repeat [...]

By | February 8th, 2016|NLP Modelling, NLP Training|0 Comments

Mindfulness to Help Tackle Obesity In Children?

Parents who are worried that their children may be dangerously overweight might want to consider mindfulness training courses, following research revealing that mindfulness could prove to be beneficial in encouraging weight loss and healthy eating in children. Conducted by the Vanderbilt University Medical Center, the study found that the brains of youngsters who are obese [...]

By | January 29th, 2016|Mind Management|0 Comments

How To Get Through Blue Monday

Today is January 18th – often referred to as Blue Monday, the most depressing day of the year. But why is this? It’s thought that people’s moods are negatively affected by the cold and wet weather, the state of their finances after Christmas and by the thought of just how long it is to go [...]

By | January 18th, 2016|Mind Management|0 Comments

NLP Modelling – how to create excellence using NLP

NLP modelling - the creation of excellence One of the major outcomes from learning NLP is that you learn tools and techniques that enable you to develop excellence in your chosen field and in fact in any area of your life. This is one of the most valuable processes in NLP. At Master Practitioner level [...]

By | January 6th, 2016|NLP Modelling, NLP Training Video|0 Comments

Get to know your Unconscious Mind

Getting to know your unconscious mind is one of the keys to personal development. Rapport between conscious and unconscious aspects to our brains is pivotal to happiness and success in life. Often, problems occur when the two parts of the mind are out of rapport (out of synch). We don't often discuss things that are [...]

By | January 4th, 2016|Mind Management, NLP Training|0 Comments

Have You Heard Of The Koko App?

If you suffer from depression and have been looking into online NLP courses to help you learn techniques to change your way of thinking and make positive life changes, you might want to have a look at a new social network and app that has been developed to help people living with stress and mental [...]

By | December 30th, 2015|Mind Management|0 Comments

Under-40s ‘3 Times More Likely’ To Feel Lonely All The Time

With Christmas but a few days away, it's natural that people's thoughts turn to family and friends, and what their plans are for the holidays. But this time of year can be very difficult for many who don't have that support network in place for whatever reason. It's often thought that loneliness is something that [...]

By | December 15th, 2015|Mind Management|0 Comments

Talking Therapies ‘Help Improve Dental Phobias’

Sessions of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) could help people with crippling fears of going to the dentist, with new research revealing that the average number of CBT appointments that people could book before having dental treatment without being sedated is five. Carried out by King’s College London, the study revealed that out of all the patients referred, [...]

By | December 7th, 2015|NLP Online|0 Comments

Neighbour Disputes ‘Result In Depression & Stress’

Maintaining good relationships with your closest neighbours is always advisable but since you have no control over who lives next door to you, this isn’t always possible – and you could find your mental health and wellbeing affected if you end up having disputes. Ocean Finance research has found that one-third of all adults in [...]

By | November 26th, 2015|Mindfulness|0 Comments