Tag Archives: Emotions

“Improve Your Life With The Science Of Laughter”

Stephanie Davies has recently published her first book, Laughology – Improve Your Life with the Science of Laughter. Continue reading

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Taking a Long Hard Look at Change – Balancing Cautiousness and Curiosity.

This post is about the way we see change and how that determines how well we might react to it and take advantage of it. Continue reading

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Mind The Gap Voiceover Re-Instated

Oswald Laurence, who died over a decade ago, had his recording of “Mind The Gap” removed from the London Underground Embankment station to be replaced by a new recording. His widow, who traveled on the tube simply to hear her husband’s voice, campaigned for its reinstatement and the tube company agreed. Continue reading

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The Science of Well-Being – Happiness Research Updated

Martin Seligman has written a new book, updating his theory on happiness to the theory of well-being, adding a wealth of research data to back it up. Continue reading

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Being bullied at work? Seek support, make decisions, take action.

Tips for dealing with bullying in the workplace. Continue reading

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Challenging behaviours in others: a four-step process

Challenging others’ behaviours is not easy. Not only have you got to offer feedback to someone who has just upset you in some way, you have to run the risk of them becoming upset themselves and also risk the relationship … Continue reading

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Express yourself – articulating your emotional needs is paramount

As an Englishman, if I were to be stereotyped I’m sure the caricature would include a ‘stiff upper lip’ and ‘repressed emotions’. I’m not sure the former is accurate but the latter is, for me, where my stereotype is sometimes … Continue reading

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