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Understanding & Coping with the Christmas Blues

26th November 2018Anger, Blog Standard

Understanding & Coping with the Christmas Blues The stress of the festive season often triggers a whole range of uncomfortable feelings which includes sadness, anger and fear for many people. This is a difficult time because there’s high expectations of everyone having to feel merry and of course be generous. There’re an endless list ofRead more

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Why Self-Esteem is More Important Than Confidence and What’s the Difference?

19th December 2017Blog Standard

Why Self-Esteem is More Important Than Confidence and What’s the Difference? Self-esteem is a fundamental building block for long-term emotional well-being. It is well recognised by experts in this field, that those individuals with high levels of self-esteem are better equipped to deal with anger, and are capable of managing any potential risk of anger,Read more

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How to Use Stress to Increase Your Self-Esteem and Remain Positive Under Pressure

19th December 2017Blog, Stress Standard

How to Use Stress to Increase Your Self-Esteem and Remain Positive Under Pressure Stress, when channelled correctly, can lead to a healthy outcome. There are many of us, who may find that their productivity increases when placed in a stressful situation. Deadlines, or additional workloads can result in stress, which raises blood pressure. If incorrectlyRead more

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What is The Cost of Your Anger?

19th December 2017Anger, Blog Standard

What is The Cost of Your Anger? Have you thought about the many different aspects relating to the cost of uncontrolled, oror aggressive behaviour? These costs relate to the social impact your behaviour has on legal constructs, working opportunities, relationships and the most prevalent of all, your emotional wellbeing and health. When your anger manifestsRead more

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Best Ways To Beat Stress

4th August 2017Blog Standard

Best Ways To Beat Stress Stress has the solution within the word. Rest plus two syllables to spare. Yes…yes…It is a product of self-creation. For the stress, you have to mostly blame yourself. They say you are the creator of your destiny and circumstances. When you think that you are the victim of circumstances, youRead more

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Free Stress Test

20th June 2017Blog, Test Standard

Stress Test According to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), in 2011/12, 428,000 people in the UK reported work-related stress at a level they believed was making them ill.nThat’s 40% of all work-related illness. Stress doesn’t just affect our mental state. Our physical health is linked to our psychological state and suffers too, with symptomsRead more

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Free Anger Test

20th June 2017Blog, Test Standard

Anger Test According to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), in 2011/12, 428,000 people in the UK reported work-related stress at a level they believed was making them ill.nnThat’s 40% of all work-related illness. Stress doesn’t just affect our mental state. Our physical health is linked to our psychological state and suffers too, with symptomsRead more

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Shame Test

14th June 2017Blog, Test Standard

Shame is a self-conscious emotion resulting from feelings of personal inadequacy, dishonour and disgrace. Some English words associated to this feeling are humiliation, guilt, embarrassment and remorse. Feelings of shame result when we believe we have done something inadequately or have directly violated core cultural values. Whilst the ability to deeply reflect about ourselves and our actions is necessaryRead more

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Communication styles

13th June 2017Blog, Test Standard

Three Communication Styles, which one you are? (Tick as many boxes that apply to you)   Submit your results along with your email address for a chance to Win a place on one of our Calming Strategy days. Anger: If not expressed respectfully is a Defence Mechanism. Rage! Rage is when anger is totally out ofRead more

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The Five Faces of Anger

14th February 2017Blog Standard

WHICH FACE OF ANGER ARE YOU? BY MIKE FISHER EXRACT FROM HIS BEST SELLING BOOK – BEATING ANGER The five faces of anger I regard anger as having five different faces, or characteristics, each finding expression in a particular type of behaviour. Each face is shaped by how we have (or have not) dealt withRead more