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22nd Jul 2021
Perfectly Imperfect

By age 13, 80% of girls have distorted the way they look online*. Filters, image editing apps and ways to alter your appearance are rife across social media. The issue…

16th Jul 2021
Social Anxiety Disorder

Social Anxiety is a condition that exists for many, yet for many of us, is one that is equally being ignored or dismissed. For someone who has, or is currently…

8th Jul 2021
Now You See Me, Now You Don’t – The Role of Bystanders in Workplace Bullying

People who witness an abuse of power that requires intervention, but decide not to step in to help, are categorised as engaging in ‘bystanderism’ (Hoo, 2004). With workplace bullying, bystanders…

7th Jul 2021
Empty Words

A young girl. Scared, uncomfortable, anxious. A threat of a fine and a suspension from her job hangs over her head. She feels victimised. Misunderstood. Why? Because of poor performance?…

30th Jun 2021
World Social Media Day

Once upon a time we had a telephone. Then came the era of a fax machine, followed by a scanner. And then, mobile phones imploded into our world along with…

24th Jun 2021
The Value of Mentoring

  ‘The delicate balance of mentoring someone is not creating them in your own image but giving them the opportunity to create themselves.’* Mentoring relationships, when effective, can be extremely…

17th Jun 2021
The Stress of ‘Ghost Exams’

As the Covid fall out continues to impact our children and young people, we now find ourselves at the end of another school year in which our teenagers find themselves…

9th Jun 2021
Fear of Failure

Are we so busy encouraging our children to win and to succeed that we have forgotten how to teach them how to manage disappointment and failure? With the flurry of…

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