Do you often find yourself moaning “I hate change?” And then doing what you can to avoid rocking the boat? All the while believing that one day in the future you’ll suddenly get over it, learn to be brave, and that’s when you’ll finally make that move to the country, or apply for that better job,
For some of us the dream move is to somewhere more low-key and relaxing, for others it’s somewhere more exciting, a big glamourous city. But wherever it is you’ve decided to move abroad to, if you are like most, the original idea is that living overseas will make things wonderful. Life will be better then it’s
When I look back at how my life used to be, it is almost impossible to believe the transformation. Overcoming depression has been a long process, but it’s been worth it, because today I live my life as the person I know I as meant to be. It’s a vast difference from the miserable alcoholic
by Andrea Blundell Ask a marijuana user why they smoke (and there are many users indeed, with over 2.3 million Brits reporting themselves as using within the last year) and they might claim marijuana makes them feel better or more relaxed. But is marijuana really a good option if a better mood is your goal? For those
Secretly dread change but hate to admit it? Hardly surprising, when we live in an achievement oriented society where opportunists are admired and those who don’t like their boats rocked can be unkindly labeled lazy or boring. The truth is that even many of us who pretend we are okay with life throwing us curve balls?
We suffer information overload these days about our love lives. A quick glance at a magazine stand and there will undoubtedly be headlines about the latest ways to please your partner, please yourself, be more adventurous between the sheets, get more health benefits from sex, and be more connected and in love with your partner. It’s
No parent wants to hear that their child is being bullied. Sadly, though, it is far from a rare experience among young people in the UK. The statistics are sobering. Almost half of children and young adults claim they have been bullied at school at some point in their lives, and between 2011 and 2012 the