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How to Keep a Cool Head

How to Keep a Cool Head

Published 16 November, 2009 | Stress Reduction

"They called me 'Mr Cool'. I was the guy that diffused live bombs. I was totally calm, detached, and professional before, during, and after an operation. But all I can say is I've lost my cool."

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Spotting Nervous Breakdown Symptoms

Spotting Nervous Breakdown Symptoms

Published 13 November, 2009 | Stress Reduction

"She's had a nervous breakdown!" Half whispers, hushed tones, fear; something strange, to my young mind, had happened to "the woman down the street at number 36." I had no idea what a nervous breakdown was or what the symptoms were, but I sensed it was an awful, mysterious, terrifying thing.

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Overcome Noise Sensitivity

Overcome Noise Sensitivity

Published 12 November, 2009 | Health Tips

Noise sensitivity - technically known as misophonia - isn't just a mild irritation or dislike of noises. For the sufferer, the noises become over-riding obsessions and can lead to depression, anxiety, and severe anger.

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Shopping Addiction – Help You Can Use Now

Shopping Addiction - Help You Can Use Now

Published 11 November, 2009 | Addiction Help

Dan had a shopping addiction. I doubt whether he even used that £10,000 camera and, thankfully, I talked him into taking it back and getting a refund. But that was just the tip of the iceberg.

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Stop Pulling Your Hair Out

Stop Pulling Your Hair Out

Published 04 November, 2009 | Bad Habits

5 tips to help you overcome trichotillomaniaShe was a glamorous woman, no doubt: a lovely complexion, beautiful teeth, and full luscious hair; only it wasn't. Laura removed the wig shamefacedly to reveal shredded follicles and patches of bare raw scalp like a ravaged crop field. Her eyes welled up.

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