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polyamoury: a new type of love

polyamoury: a new type of love

What is polyamoury, otherwise known as an “open relationship”? Welldoing asked a twentysomething exponent  to open up about her unusual experience.Read More

HOW TO BUILD INNER STRENGTH

HOW TO BUILD INNER STRENGTH

I’ve hiked a lot and have often had to depend on what was in my pack. Inner strengths are the supplies you’ve got in your pack as you make your way down the twisting and often hard road of life. They include a positive mood, common sense, integrity, inner peace, determination, and a warm heart. Researchers have identified other strengths as well, such as self-compassion, secure attachment, emotional intelligence, learned optimism, the relaxation response, self-esteem, distress tolerance, self-regulation, resilience, and executive functions.Read More

What is love?

What is love?

Philippa Perry tackles the eternal question – what is love? How allowing ourselves to be dependent and vulnerable is the basis for secure relationships. Read More

Why is there so much anxiety?

Why is there so much anxiety?

Given that we enjoy longer and healthier lives, why are so many of us suffering from anxiety asks therapist Sue Cowan-JenssenRead More

Don’t rush forgiveness

Don’t rush forgiveness

Tina Gilbertson says we may want to forgive, so we can forget. But forgiveness is an emotion that often doesn’t come easilyRead More

A-Z OF MASSAGE: SHIATSU

A-Z OF MASSAGE: SHIATSU

In her A-Z of massage, Kate Codrington gets to shiatsu massage, a traditional form of Chinese medicine, which strengthens the body’s ability to heal.Read More