Two drinks away from crying – the problem with alcohol

This weekend I went to see Chris Cornell present an acoustic show at the Colston Hall in Bristol. One of the numbers he performed that night called “Two Drink Minimum” contained some lyrics which prompted me to think about the problem … Continue reading

Hypnotherapy for older people – helping with the accumulation of birthdays –

It happens to us all Growing older is another stage in the adventure that is life. It can herald the opportunity for new experiences and freedom from the shackles of a job one might not have enjoyed or found fulfilling. … Continue reading

Motivation – each according to their need

What is motivation? According to Psychology Today, motivation is “Motivation is literally the desire to do things. It’s the difference between waking up before dawn to pound the pavement and lazing around the house all day. It’s the crucial element … Continue reading

Lolita the Orca cannot escape from her life, we can change ours though (and perhaps hers)

Yesterday I came across the story of Lolita. Lolita the Orca was caught on 8th August 1970 off Penn Cove, Puget Sound, Washington State. At the time she was very young and was one of 80 Orcas taken during that … Continue reading

Want a new smile for 2014 but scared of the dentist? Help is at hand

I am very grateful to a dentist friend of mine, Richard Charon (http://www.the-ra-coach.co.uk/ ) who pointed to the very high number of people who are scared of the dentist amongst the UK population in a report which can be downloaded here I … Continue reading

So how is your New Year resolution coming along? Try visualising success to improve your chances.

Did you make a New Year resolution on December 31st or January 1st? Did you decide to lose weight, stop smoking, get fit, give up alcohol for January, work smarter, start a new business, take up a new hobby, spend … Continue reading