Professor Stephen Hawking

Professor Stephen Hawking

With the sad passing of the amazing Professor Stephen Hawking these two very inspirational quotes are so relevant today.

A simple yet effective way to break the cycle of low self-esteem.

A simple yet effective way to break the cycle of low self-esteem.

Self-esteem can drastically affect our mental health. When it’s at its worst it can cause you to indulge in poor relationships, drinking/substance abuse.  On the other hand a high self-esteem, a high sense of worth, leads to a course of action that is good for your well-being. So we have low self-esteem (low feelings of…

Make your New Year’s resolutions thrive in 2017

Make your New Year’s resolutions thrive in 2017

Make the most of your New Year’s resolutions with the Do you want to lose weight? Do you feeling anxious and don’t know how to deal with it? What about phobias that hold you back, for example Emetophobia (fear of vomiting)? Do you have low self-esteem, lacking in self-confidence? Book now for a free initial…

From suicide attempts to Thriving in six weeks – Laura ‘Birdy’ Bird

From suicide attempts to Thriving in six weeks – Laura ‘Birdy’ Bird

This young girl gave a very inspirational speech at our Xmas conference last year. This is really worth listening to; it makes you realise how you can overcome adversity and deal with problems when you feel empowered. She went through the Thrive programme and learned to do just that.

Why People Give Up

Why People Give Up

I spotted this great image on Facebook recently, it says it all really!    

What is Emetophobia?

What is Emetophobia?

Emetophobia is also known as SPOV (Specific Phobia of Vomiting). It is also known as the secret phobia, as sufferers often feel embarrassed to admit that they suffer from it. Emetophobia is an irrational fear of the sufferer either being sick themselves, or witnessing seeing/hearing someone else vomiting.

SAD this February? 5 Tips from the Thrive Programme

SAD this February? 5 Tips from the Thrive Programme

Poor old February. It gets such a bad rap. Month of dark evenings, dank mornings and dreadful colds. Perhaps it’s not surprising people feel ‘seasonally affected’ this month.

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