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Top 10 Posts from 2015!

If you didn’t have the energy to read all of my posts last year, you can make sure you haven’t missed out on the best ones by checking out this list of my most popular 10 posts of 2015. In ascending order: 10. The Importance of Acceptance 9. Underlying Keys to Recovery and Overcoming Obstacles 8. […]

 
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The Pressure We Put Ourselves Under To Find a Way Forward

This is a post I wrote especially for ProHealth’s Inspirational Corner and first appeared there about 7 weeks ago Because there is no cure for chronic illness, many of us take on an awful lot of responsibility for doing whatever we possibly can to improve our well-being. As a Self-Help Guru, taking responsibility for our own well-being […]

 
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Letting Go of the Need to Understand it All

Because none of the doctors I’ve ever seen have been able to give me a reasonable explanation for what I was going through, let alone any helpful advice or medication, like many others, I’ve taken it upon myself to find that understanding on my own. I’ve read many books and scientific articles and compared their […]

 
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Holding Ourselves Accountable For Our Self-Help

Self-help involves a certain amount of self-discipline. The things we need to do to optimise our well-being rarely fall into the category of things that would form a natural part of our day. Pacing, establishing a good sleep routine, avoiding food intolerances, taking supplements, meditation and relaxation, are all things that may not have even […]

 
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Self-Help: The Person-Centered Approach to Wellbeing

This is a post I wrote especially for ProHealth’s Inspirational Corner and first appeared there about a month ago: For me, self-help is all about taking responsibility for my own well-being. It means making choices and taking actions with the aim of bringing about improvements to my health and happiness. I first made the choice […]

 
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