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It’s time to push your negative thoughts aside, and read Happymind, part of the well-being and mental health blogging community. This blog caters for all kinds of people, from those who want to adopt a healthy lifestyle, to people who may be suffering from or caring for people with mental health problems.

This well-being guide is all about making things better, whether that be through a greater

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Living in a housing association property

Finding a home may be one of the most stressful positions you will find yourself in, but you can reduce some of the issues by obtaining the help of a housing association. They will have all the expertise and knowledge to point you in the right direction.

Orwell housing 

If you live in the East Anglian region, one way of getting accommodation is to contact the Orwell Housing

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Positive Thinking Tips from Kim Wymer

Here are some positive thinking tips from Kim Wymer who is a qualified Positive Empowerment Coach and runs Positive Thinking Talks in Greater London.  Kim offers one on one sessions and works with people UK wide.  Here website is www.positivethinkingfeelinggood.co.uk

 

Write down your goals and dreams and also visualise them. We have

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Mental Health Awareness Walk Backed By Boris Johnson

The Mayor of London Boris Johnson has thrown his full support behind an event taking place in the city on Saturday July 19 2014 hosted by the charity Counselling, Life Advice and Suicide Prevention (CLASP) at www.claspcharity.com.

The initiative, called ‘Walking out of Darkness’, involves a 25-mile overnight walk to Central London starting and finishing at Richmond’s Old Deer Park, and aims to raise awareness of mental

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Meditation and Anxiety

Summer’s approaching. Time to inflict upon the world pale bodies and the wobbly remnants of a hearty winter. After months of darkness, drizzle and endless helpings of mash potato, the warmth of the sun is a very welcomed arrival. The changing of the season, for most of us at least, is a time when we’re at our happiest. We undertake the annual rummage through our “stuff”

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Helping each other makes us feel good…so why don’t we do it anymore?

Helping each other makes us feel good…so why don’t we do it anymore?

Routledge’s new book, The Good Life give thought-provoking insights on consumerism and the dangers it pose to society. According to the book, unbridled self-interest, childhood traumas and lack of empathy   are compelling 21st century societies to tailspin. It warns about a forthcoming moral onslaught that threatens human potential, kindness, cooperation and altruism.

Oliver James,

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Oxbridge Less Competition For Places Than Drama Schools

drama school

Britain’s leading drama schools are nearly twice as difficult to secure places with than UK’s top universities such as Oxford and Cambridge according to revealing recent data.

The data was released by the Conference of Drama Schools (CDS) which has recently merged with The National Council for Drama Training (NCDT) to form Drama UK, a comprehensive body advocating for the highest quality drama training across the country.

Based

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Professional massages on demand courtesy of Urban Massage

 

Professional massages on demand courtesy of Urban Massage

UrbanMassage.com is a new on demand service that is pushing the boundaries of great massage by offering those without much time a chance to get a professional massage at their office, in a hotel room, or even at their home by just clicking a button.

The service is designed for those that might be too busy to pre-book treatments and

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A Look at Incense Sticks

Incense is something that has played a part in the culture and religion of a host of different countries for around 2,000 years. In China, incense is used in everyday life, and also has a part to play in religious ceremonies, as it’s an important part of Buddhist culture in China. Incense has also been reported in the history books in India, Tibet, in the temples

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Migraine and obesity

Despite the fact that some research has suggested that women who suffer migraines have a heightened risk of obesity, new research proves that women who suffer from migraines do not have any increased risk of weight gain compared to women that do not suffer from migraines.

In the past some studies have found a connection between a high rate of migraines and excessweight, but they mainly only

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Experts hail ‘miracle’ pill that protects the skin from the ravages of winter

Taking one pill daily can help to protect your skin against the ageing effects of harsh winter weather according to ground breaking new research. The first clinical trials into the effects of a micro nutrient beauty supplement revealed that is improves the skins condition even during the coldest months of the year. A major study was held this year at the University Hospital of Saint-Jacques in

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