Habits For a Lifetime

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Habit I have never been a creature of habit. I’m more of a spontaneous reactor to a situation. For example, and this is hard for me to admit, I have always tended to just clean my house really well when people were coming round. On a day to day basis I have always found other Continue reading »

5 Ways to Feel Comfortable at Parties…

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When Parties Feel Like Torture I have always hated parties. I always hated having to make small talk and had an overwhelming feeling that I was the dullest person in the room. It was the same with work do’s and general get togethers. Not only would I go through every single dress, skirt, blouse and Continue reading »

Hypnobirthing in Hertfordshire with Sarah Ariss

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What is Hypnobirthing? Hypnobirthing is simply an approach to pregnancy, the birth of your baby and life after the birth. It is an approach based on positivity, deep relaxation and calm. Most hypnobirthing classes will teach women self hypnosis and certain pain relief techniques. You can attend group classes or individual sessions, NHS or private Continue reading »

How Does Anxiety Feel?

Who Suffers From Anxiety? The clients  who come to see me are normal people, just like anybody else. And yet so many of them are suffering from an invisible condition, a condition that they fight hard to hide from others. They describe their feelings to me and although they are all different, I can often Continue reading »

How to be Free of Exam Nerves

How to be Free of Exam Nerves It’s that time of year again, isn’t it? All over the country young people are hunched over their desks trying to revise for exams. Some will be thrilled to be able to show their expertise. Others will be feeling overwhelmed and really rather sick as they gaze at Continue reading »

Relaxation.

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Relaxation & Mental Health First Aid Relaxation, taking time to be kind to yourself, is a huge part of keeping mentally healthy. Not long ago I went on a Mental Health First Aid course. Its a bit like your usual First Aid course, but it focuses on people’s mental health. Each participant is taught, over Continue reading »

How to Cope with Exam Nerves.

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GCSE & A Levels Exam Nerves can be horrible. This post aims to help you overcome them by giving you simple techniques to use. If you, or someone in your house, have exams coming up or if you are in the middle of them, then I hope you are excited to show all the work Continue reading »

Cognitive Hypnotherapy – the reason its my silver lining.

Everything Happens for a Reason It might seem a bit cheesy, but you often hear people saying, “Everything happens for a reason…” It is something I say myself sometimes, but, you know what? I really believe it. Working as a Cognitive Hypnotherapist was not something I ever planned on doing. In fact, I didn’t really Continue reading »

Anxiety and How to Cope.

What is anxiety? When we say we are suffering from anxiety, what do we mean? How do we feel? For each of us the emotion will be different, but there are fundamental parts of the feeling that we all share. The physical symptoms of anxiety – for example: shallow breathing butterflies in our tummies (technical Continue reading »

Exam nerves or excitement?

Exam Nerves This year is a big year in our house. Both my sons are sitting exams… GCSEs and A Levels….. and they both have very different approaches to those exams. My eldest son is so laid back about them that he is practically horizontal. He has inherited my somewhat odd enjoyment of the formal Continue reading »