Category Archives for Psychology

What can we learn from “Crystanbul”?

    what can I say but the events of Monday night left me with a bad taste in my mouth and a sadness in my heart I am of course talking about the football game between Liverpool

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The positive thinking trap

When you have a desire and a goal, whether it’s a fitness goal, a dream to be a professional athlete at the higher echelons of your chosen sport, a great business person or just an outstanding parent

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Coffee break

  I must admit, one of the greatest pleasures I derive during the day is when I first wake up in the morning and smell the beautiful aroma of freshly brewed coffee being made up by my lovely wife.

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Why 2014 might not be your year

As we approach the turn of the year, it is common to see people update their facebook statuses or tweet the fact that 2014 is going to be their year. Yes folks, just as 2013, 2012 and other years were

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How far are you willing to go to get it done? RIP Nelson Mandela!

Yesterday, the world lost a leader. And not just any type of leader. In the history of world leaders in the past couple of centuries, I can not think of one mand whose legacy united the world at his

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