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Leading With Wellbeing On Line Course

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LEADING WITH WELLBEING Online Course I have developed an online wellbeing course which is available for individuals, workplaces and organisations. I developed this course in response to the ever increasing demand from corporate organisations I have worked with on their employee health and wellbeing strategies. The course is run on a user friendly platform which … Continued



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Interview with Jeannie Di Bon Health & Wellness expert

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What ‘wellness’ really means – why health is about more than just illness ‘Prevention is better than cure’ – it’s a concept we’ve all heard many times before. Yet for so many people, health is seen as an absence of illness. But it is so much more than that – wellbeing is emotional, spiritual and … Continued



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Burnout – The New Global Pandemic

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John was in a bad place when he came to see me for a scheduled appointment at the surgery; broken and burnt out from years in a toxic work environment, where enough was simply never enough. In his own words, ‘I feel exhausted, a failure and really frustrated.’ He had lost his spark, he had difficulty feeling joy. His emotional … Continued



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Nourishing Your Mental Health

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As Hippocrates, the founding father of medicine once wrote, ‘let food be thy medicine and medicine thy food.‘ These ancient words of wisdom apply today as never before. One of the really exciting medical discoveries in recent years has been the “microbiome”, the medical term for the community of bugs and bacteria that live (normally … Continued



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Excusitis

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Do You Suffer From ‘Excusitis’? When I was in medical school, we were required to learn how to describe many aspects of disease and disorder, using a specific ‘medical’ language. Words that end in ‘itis’ for example signal inflammation or infection of a particular part of the body. So infected tonsils become known as tonsillitis, … Continued



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Why Keep A Journal?

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Why Keep A Journal? Thousands of years ago, philosophers like Socrates & Aristotle didn’t have iPhones or iPads. But they all had journals in which they kept an account of their lives. Socrates once wrote that the unexamined life is not worth living; that the key is to know ourselves. Wise words! For me learning … Continued



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Daily Habits for Life Success

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Have You The Habits That Support Elite Performance In Life? As a medical doctor with a special interest in wellbeing and life strategy, I meet people regularly who aren’t sick. Who don’t need pills. But who are lacking that spark of vitality that allows them to become a better version of themselves. Perhaps in terms … Continued



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Why Multitasking is a Myth

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WHY MULTITASKING IS A MYTH Are you a multitasker? I meet many people who believe they are quite simply superb multitaskers. The epitome of this effectiveness and efficiency enabling them to get so much done all at once. Sound familiar? Perhaps this describes you. In fact you may be thinking how else can you do all those things you need to and still … Continued



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Fly High : Take Back Control Of Your Life On Airplane Mode

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Back in 1982, when ET whispered in that unmistakably croaky voice that he wanted to phone home, the world was a different place. No internet of things, no email, and no mobile phones. A bridge too far perhaps to even imagine! Fast forward to today where the mobile phone has become a visible appendage for many, providing … Continued



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Dr Mark Rowe

Easter Forgiveness

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Easter is a time for Real Forgiveness and renewed Hope as we move from darkness of old into the light of anew. Forgiveness (which includes the ability to not only forgive others but also to forgive yourself) is key to psychological fitness, inner peace, contentment, fulfilment, and is an essential prerequisite to spiritual growth. Neglecting … Continued