Tagged with: depression
Modern Day Depression
As depression rates surge, one in four Americans suffer from severe depression at some stage in their lives. Where has our society gone wrong? Dr Steve Ilardi, a professor of clinical psychology and author of The Depression Cure gives an insightful talk reminding us that we were never designed for the sleep-deprived, badly nourished, fast […]
Hawking on Depression
Depression is affecting 1 in 3 people. It’s widespread and frightening for adults and children. Here’s a cosmic take on the condition.
How success screws with you
Why is happiness elusive to so many? Stress has become one of our major killers. What do we need to do to get some positive changes?
12 step road to happiness
Here’s a list of 12 areas that come up as being the best things we can do to get on the road to happiness fast.
Less stress, more living
I’m talking at Wilderness Festival for Huff Post on Modern Living: Less stress.
‘Get real’ they told me…
I did a BBC interview with Steve Wright for Radio 2 on happiness and tips on how to run your mind.
Exercise out of the gym and into nature
A new form of physical fitness which involves dumping the gym and using intuitive forms of exercise outdoors.
Spending Time in Solitude
Spending time alone leads us on a journey of real self-discovery. Setting aside a small amount of time each day can really help our levels of inner wellbeing. With technology innovating to keep us constantly engaged with an instant connection, we are faced with a fast life and a new generation who have rarely experienced […]
Life is busy. Of that there is no doubt. Most people are becoming increasingly busy with work, social, family, leisure and a stream of social channels taking up our head space and attention with incoming messages creating more information to process daily. There is a major increase in stress and many people are juggling […]
Planning To Rest
Being overly busy with a long ´to do´ list is common for most of us these days. The urge to be busy defines our modern living and rest seems to come secondary to work for most people. It´s something we try and find time for in between running around getting things done. In his new […]
Choosing happiness: according to Neuroscience
By studying the neuroscience of stress, evolutionary biology and psychology, researchers have found that the human brain is designed for survival and safety rather than happiness. So how do we cultivate the habit of happiness when it is not a natural inclination? Here a four proven and researched techniques.. One important question What am I […]