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Healthy Eating Plans - A Comparison

September 24, 2015

Diets suck. Lets be real. But here are three pretty sensible eating plans you might want to consider if you’re looking to reach and maintain a healthy weight. Check them out and check in with your body to determine which if any of these is a good fit for you. [...]

Transformational Change using Archetypes

August 17, 2015

Have you lost your story? Do you know who you are? Archetypal Change-work might be an interesting path to consider if there are issues around meaning and purpose in your life. Read on to find out a bit about famous psychotherapist Carl Jung and Archetypes. [...]

Being Well in Relationship

August 4, 2015

Just like staying physically healthy takes discipline, there are also some things you have to do in order to maintain a healthy relationship. If you’re having trouble with this, here are some points to keep in mind... [...]

IBS is Complicated

July 1, 2015

Because IBS is neither entirely physical, nor entirely psychological, it’s a complicated condition for many people – including medical professionals – to understand. But if you’re suffering from it, your condition can be brought under control, and you are not alone. Most of us have experienced IBS to some degree. Think about an experience that made you nervous or anxious, for example – your stomach likely gave you some problems. For a person with IBS, this isn’t just a sometime state, it’s a constant one. Although it’s a chronic condition, IBS isn’t the same as irritable bowel disease or Crohn’s disease, which usually have more severe physical symptoms, and which, most notably, are diseases that have a purely physical basis. IBS is tricky to diagnose because unlike these conditions, it has both physical and psychological aspects. There’s also the fact that what works for one IBS patient, may not work for another. [...]

The Cause of Depression

June 3, 2015

Thanks to awareness campaigns, depression has become a condition that most of us know at least a little about. And according to statistics, many of us may be directly affected by it, as well. According to the World Health Organization, 35 million people around the world have depression. About one million of them are Australians. Though depression has become a well-known issue, there is still no agreement amongst the experts on exactly what causes it. For example, it might seem like it can be brought on by a single event –say, losing your job. But researchers have found that it’s not one thing that makes someone depressed; rather, an event might provoke depression in some people who were already prone to it. [...]

 

 

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