Where the Science of Psychology Meets the Art of Being Human

Confidence and Self-Esteem

4th March, 2015

The Proven Way to Build Resilience

Adolescence and childhood can be fraught with social adversity. Relationships are tested, sometimes lost and then there is the challenge of making new ones.

Being seen in a positive light socially often trumps other challenges as the most critical to master.

19th February, 2015

Call Her Beautiful. This is Why.

I grew up ugly, or beautiful, depending on who you believe. I had eczema all over my body – everywhere there was skin. I learned to live with my different skin but found it harder to live with what fought to get under it.

16th February, 2015

Being a Phenomenal Friend

We women have a phenomenal power that many of us don’t realise. It’s the power to lift each other to full flight,  or to strip each other back to bone. Either way, it’s powerful.

6th November, 2014

Self-Compassion – Let’s Talk About Why You NEED this.

Anything that works as hard as the human body, deserves more than a constant critique of how it looks in a pair of skinny jeans. 

It’s highly probably that I’m not the only woman in the world with thighs that look like they’ve been in a hailstorm. Clearly cellulite is as keen on me as I am on oxygen – but anything that runs me around without thanks or hesitation (okay – sometimes there’s a bit of hesitation but you know what I mean) deserves appreciation.

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