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    Self-Help on Prescription? Why Not Prescribe Yourself?

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    Self-help on prescription – isn’t that a contradiction? Not really. There’s only so far your doctor can go when you ask for help. The role of the doctor is often to advise and support. Sometimes a tablet will result in a cure but where mental health is concerned the tablet is more likely to offer some support for those who think meds may help.  Read more

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    Foods For Moods: Join us at the table

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    Food choices are highly significant. If you’re struggling with feeling down or more irritable than you’d like, it might be time to think about what you’re putting into your body in terms of food and drink. There really are feel good foods that help low moods. Experts in nutrition say that what we’re eating can have a positive, or negative, effect on our mood over both the short and long term.
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    Self-Confidence

    7 Ways How Good Health Improves Your Confidence

    how good health improves confidence
    Everyone wants to be healthy. Some of us may be healthier than others but that doesn’t make it unachievable. You are someone that holds a great capacity to find your inner strength and true calling. Confidence has to do with self-awareness. So, to help you boost your confidence, here are some surefire ways that promoting good health habits to get you there.
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    Body Language To Boost Your Confidence

    Body language to boost confidence
    The saying “fake it till you make it” might actually be more accurate than we first thought. When it comes to body language, the way you communicate with your body can actually help to influence your mood. So, sheepish body language makes us sheepish, and confident body language makes us confident. Read more

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    Good Ways to Cope with Adversity


    Good ways to cope with adversity (difficult or unpleasant situations) makes more sense if we compare them with what’s useless. For example, if we try to deny a problem and push to one side it will come back and bite hard. Similarly, attempts to trivialise the issue or to become fatalistic about it aren’t helpful.
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