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5 steps to a first job you’ll actually enjoy

5 steps to a first job you’ll actually enjoy

Feel a bit lost after your degree? Wonder what happened to that glittering career? You’re not alone. Many graduates feel disillusioned in the brutal reality of today’s job market. The good news is that if you follow these five steps, you can get new inspiration in finding a job you enjoy.

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Self Compassion: why being gentle to yourself is the foundation of happiness

Self Compassion: why being gentle to yourself is the foundation of happiness

It took me a very long time to work out the difference between being kind to myself and actually being kind to myself. I used to think a long hot bath, a yoga class or a new pair of shoes would suffice to ease a low patch or quieten my noisy inner critic. These gesturesRead MoreRead More

WHY INTROVERTS DON’T LIKE PARTIES

WHY INTROVERTS DON’T LIKE PARTIES

Are you an extrovert, an introvert, or perhaps an ‘ambivert’ — a mix of the two tendencies? Psychologist Linda Blair looks at the latest thinking on the subject, plus tests to find out which one you really areRead More

FIND A THERAPIST AT WELLDOING.ORG

FIND A THERAPIST AT WELLDOING.ORG

Today we are launching the Find a Therapist directory at welldoing.org. Founder Louise Chunn explains what makes this bespoke new system so different from other ways of searching for helpRead More

Why I love the Welldoing.org find a therapist directory

Why I love the Welldoing.org find a therapist directory

I am really delighted that Louise Chunn has set up Welldoing.org and this is why. Up until now, it has been hard to know how to find a therapist and whether you get a good match with one is far too much down to luck. I’m going to share some case studies with you: AnRead More

COMING OUT AS A BI-SEXUAL SPORTSMAN

COMING OUT AS A BI-SEXUAL SPORTSMAN

The hardest conversation I have ever had about my sexual orientation was in a car full of my team mates on the way back from practice. I had decided weeks before that it was time I became more publicly comfortable with my sexuality. No longer could I be afraid of what people would say, howRead MoreRead More