Uptight, irritable, angry? What has it go to do with Charles Dickens? Charles Dickens wrote his 13th novel Great Expectations in 1861. But why could that be linked to people who are constantly uptight and irritable? What are you irritated
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Life and Death There is probably not a day goes by without somebody saying to me that ‘life is short’. Really? Is life really short? The average length of life here in the UK is about 82 years. That’s about
Shhhh … Quiet please. Something that I really enjoy about my job is that I am able to work with a wide range of people with different personality types. But, why is it that those people of a quieter, less
Very often, in order to have a purpose, a group will create a rival group, or an enemy. The group can then focus their attention on the rival, the enemy. They will be able to plan and strategise as to
What’s the difference? The brain is split into two fairly equal hemispheres – left and right. Much of the time, these two sides work in harmony, but like two wrestling siblings, they can sometimes get into conflict with each other.
Where were you when Princess Diana died? Where were you when the Twin Towers were destroyed? Where were you when John Lennon was killed? The probability is that you will know exactly where you were when these appalling events occurred.
Whilst our memory of the past may be a little distorted, it does have a sound foundation of reality – it is real. On the other-hand, the future is not real; it is a prediction, or a fantasy. You may