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How To Cope With Brexit Anxiety? Part 2

“Today is a gift, that’s why they call it the present” Bill Keane Brexit fallout continues as the future of European migrants living in the UK becomes unclear and the Bank of England announces risks to the financial stability of the country.  Understandably many people are experiencing elevated levels of stress, anxiety and even depression in response to such uncertainty. When faced with uncertainty and a sense of increasing danger we all cope in the best ways we know how.  The human mind can be wonderful time traveller, revisiting the […]...

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How To Cope With Brexit Anxiety? Part 1

“Be the change you wish to see in the world” Ghandi A week of unprecedented political turmoil can take its toll.  Following last week’s referendum, the social and economic future of the country seems unclear, with a divided population and leaders on both sides of the debate fighting for control. As individuals repeatedly bombarded by scaremongering headlines and alarmist articles shared on social media our sense of threat can naturally rise – especially for those who themselves have migrated to the United Kingdom, or were born to parents who did, […]...

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Why Is Sheridan Smith Taking a Break From The West End? (and Yes It’s Okay)

Sheridan Smith, the popular BAFTA winning actress who found herself in the spotlight after starring in such cult British TV programmes like Gavin & Stacey and a Pint of Lager and a Packet of Crisps has found herself in the midst of a twitter frenzy. The actresses’ father was recently diagnosed with cancer and whilst Sheridan was due to be performing in the West end version of Barbara Streisand’s epic Funny Girl, Sheridan has taken leave from the show for up to 4 weeks. Sheridan has also been accused by […]...

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Inside Out – a Story Of Basic Human Emotions

Inside Out – Disney Pixar Inside out – a story of basic human emotions I was watching ‘Inside out’ with my children the other day. A couple of hours well-spent. It’s a lovely film and a I might even have shed a few tears! The story is about 11-year old Riley and her move to a new place, leaving behind the security of familiar surroundings, and an established circle of friends. Interestingly, the story is told from the ‘inside out’, from the perspective of her internal world, specifically five basic […]...

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