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11

May'21

Snake on: Listening to the Inner Child

Early experiences put us in touch with our core identity, says Snake ahead of our September event.

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06

Jan'21

Snake Bloomstrand on Betrayal

The sting is often self-inflicted, explains Snake in this month's column.

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16

Jul'20

All The Rage

Solicitors are paid to be level-leaded and analytical, but those same skills and motivations can also lead to anger management …

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30

Jun'20

Reasons to be Thankful

We tend to hurtle towards our next set of goals without pausing to take stock of all the things we’ve …

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24

Jun'20

Cruel Summer: Emerging from Lockdown

‘April is the cruellest month, breeding Lilacs out of the dead land, mixing Memory and desire, stirring Dull roots with …

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19

May'20

Standing in the Fire with Kindness

The 18th May 2020 marks the start of Mental Health week and we thought it would be apt to explore …

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11

Feb'20

Be as angry as you want to be but express it with kindness.

The Dalai Lama suggests that kindness is his religion. This article will teach you how to make it yours. All …

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05

Feb'20

How to Identify Negative Core Beliefs and challenge them once and for all.

Changing our behaviors is no easy task; however, when it comes to negative core beliefs, tackling these thought patterns is …

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15

Jan'20

Anger and Shame: How Shame is a Defender Against Anger

Anger and Shame: How Shame is a Defender Against Anger Take a moment and think about how you act: are …

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13

Jan'20

Anger and Mental Health Issues

Anger and Mental Health Issues Anger management difficulties can be related to numerous mental health issues. Depression, addictions, and anxiety …

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