Pops from “Dogs Love Couture” in Partick, Glasgow. Click pic to go to their webpage. There is a reason why cat and dog owners love their pets so much. … Continue reading
Why Rituals Work There are real benefits to rituals, religious or otherwise. By Francesca Gino and Michael I. Norton Think about the last time you were about to interview for … Continue reading
Despite evidence that hypnotherapy can alleviate patients’ physical and psychological symptoms such as pain, IBS, migraine and anxiety, the medical debate continues on whether or not to include it as … Continue reading
3 to 4 percent of the population have a phobia to blood or a related disorder (needles etc). These cause fainting, vomiting and a change in heart rate, linked to … Continue reading
A modern approach to Stoicism by Donald Robertson, author of “The Philosophy of Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy” and “The Practice of Cognitive-Behavioural Hypnotherapy”. Click here to read the article.
Please do bear in mind that it was written in 1892 before you get all feminist about the last couple of sentences. However, it does go to show that the … Continue reading
THE link between mind and body is terrain into which many medical researchers, fearing ridicule, dare not tread. But perhaps more should do so. For centuries, doctors have recognised the … Continue reading