Bullying what and why

What is bullying? Bullying is repeated, unwanted, overtly or subtly aggressive behaviour used to physically or mentally control or harm others. Examples of bullying include making threats, spreading rumours, excluding someone from a group, or attacking someone physically or verbally. Who is affected by bullying? Bullying usually starting in childhood and children who are bullied …

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Being Okay

My column in today’s JEP looks at mental health provision and a few simple things to do if you’re ‘not OK’. Would you like help with anxiety or depression? You can book a free, no-obligation Discovery Call here. # # # This mentions a couple of Jersey’s institutions but the concepts apply to all. Saturday …

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Root Causes of Addictions

ADDICTIONS: My column in today’s Jersey Evening Post (part 1 of 2) is what lies behind addictions, no matter what they are (sugar, shopping, sport, gaming, drugs, etc). I love helping people overcome their addictions 😊 Addictions are brain disorders characterised by compulsively engaging in a behaviour even if the consequences of the behaviour are …

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Alleviating anxiety

If you find you keeping having the same, looping conversation, feel as if you’re in ‘two minds’ or are anxious without a discernible cause, this can be because you have a contradiction going on inside you. Your mind always wants to do what you desire, so cannot cope well with the conflict! For example, say …

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Coping with anxiety

My article in the JEP; summary: here are some tips to help you with anxiety. I’m writing this on Monday morning: going by the speed of change re covid-19 over the last few days, things probably will have changed even more by the time you read this, so I’ll concentrate on a few things that …

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