The Pressures of High Expectations and the Benefits of Creative Expression

Let’s face it, to get to where you’ve got to in your career you’ve probably had to work very hard as well as to uphold your professional and personal reputation! It’s no secret that in most cultures Doctors, Medics and Dentists are seen as the crème de la crème in the social and professional rankings. Yet along with high social and clinical expectations, comes a hefty responsibility.

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Living With More Healing, Flow and Possibilities

What story have you grown up with? What story are you now living? Whatever your life experiences, your response is likely to have been shaped by the context in which you grew up. We all learn to physically and emotionally survive by learning to feel, to think and to behave in certain ways. Most likely you will have picked this up from parents, ancestral genetics, schooling, peer groups, society, the media and your individual cultural context.

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Your Inner Hygge

Okay, so what is this thing called Hygge (pronounced hue-gah) that so many people are talking about these days? The word and concept is derived from the Danish word meaning to slow down, to live in the moment, and to embrace and experience everyday ordinary moments as meaningful. So you may be saying this is all very well and good, but how can I experience this and how does this apply to me?

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The Dark Addiction of Social Media and The Search For Love

Have you ever seen Black Mirror and the episode ‘Nosedive’? If not, it really is a brilliant satire on the realistic, dark and dangerous and hypnotic impact social media has on our lives. Just like the characters in the satire, there is a very real danger that we are becoming so focused on simply creating and sharing the most impressive social profiles in order to build or to buy a following of 1000k likes or more.

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