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Achieving New Years Resolutions

According to Statistic Brain Research Institute, only 8% of people who make New Years Resolutions actually keep them. New Years Resolutions… Traditionally, as one year draws to a close and the next one is on the horizon, we tend to take stock of our lives, our work, our health… and set new goals for the […]

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The Therapeutic Potential and Limitations Of Online Forums For The Chemically Sensitive

‘Our Way Out of the House’: The Therapeutic Potential and Limitations Of Online Forums For The Chemically Sensitive by Dr Tarryn Phillips Those who suffer from multiple chemical sensitivities (MCS) often experience a condition that is extremely debilitating, as well as social stigma and marginalisation from mainstream support services. Since their reactivity often leaves them […]

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Hannah Robbins writes…

The Mystery Condition that Stupefies Physicians: Encounters with MCS – Hannah Robbins Traumatic encounter over, I paused to reflect. How exactly, did I end up in this chaotic maelstrom? The setup ostensibly designed to care for the UK’s sick seemed to be threatening my health more than it was helping. Have I gone drastically wrong somewhere […]

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Searching for a Rainbow

Spotting a rainbow is possible when the grey clouds of life come over Sometimes the world throws one fireball at another at us. Noticing, let alone searching for the rainbow can become difficult… but it doesn’t mean it is impossible. Often people have really negative self-talk. Others may have negative people around them. Some may even have […]

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