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Serotonin: discover the effects of this hormone in your body and mind

Discover the basic principles of serotonin’s importance by reading the following article. With the help of hypnotherapy we can learn to mentally stimulate the presence of this hormone in our body. Hypnosis can help us get to sleep more easily and to incorporate … Continue reading

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ARTIST ILLUSTRATES WHAT IT’S LIKE TO LIVE WITH ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION

If you don’t live with anxiety and/or depression (or know someone who does), these illustrations will probably not mean a lot to you. If you, like me, do suffer from one or both, then these illustrations will hit close to … Continue reading

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The neuroscience of fairness and injustice

Fairness and injustice are two experiences which can lead to many disagreements, misunderstandings, subjective reactions and even anger, guilt and depression amongst others. Below is an interesting article elaborating more on those concepts and sharing few ideas on how to cope, … Continue reading

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New study shows mindfulness therapy can be as effective as antidepressants

The following article introduces us to the use of mindfulness in combination with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for the treatment of depression. With the use of hypnotherapy conditions such as depression can be treated in a very similar way, always … Continue reading

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A positive psychology roadmap for holiday happiness

Here are some ideas on how to make the most of the situation we may find ourselves in around these festive dates. We are encouraged to use our critical thinking and pick and mix from these ideas. Not all may appeal to … Continue reading

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‘Love Hormone’ May Help Treat Personality Disorder

Medscape Medical News > Psychiatry Fran Lowry, Oct 11, 2013 “The neuropeptide oxytocin, which has been shown to reduce anxiety in social situations, enhance the recognition of facial expressions, and shift attention from negative to positive information, may decrease social-threat hypersensitivity in … Continue reading

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Kevin Breel: Confessions of a depressed comic

Filmed May 2013 • Posted Sep 2013 • TEDxKids@Ambleside   Very clearly exposed idea: Perfection does not exist, we are people. Watch this 11minute video to hear about depression and the power of acceptance amongst other things. Mr. Breel even … Continue reading

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