Is it always your mother’s fault?

Is it always your mother’s fault? Attachment theory, by Bowlby looks at the importance of the parental role. He explores the relationship between mother and child to expose a strong link with adulthood anxiety and ill-health. Do you agree? Watch the video below to find out more.

The quite month

It may be really quite on my blog at the moment, but it’s certainly not been quite in my life.  Work has been busy, challenging but ultimately rewarding.  I feel a great sense of achievement when I’m busy.  I feel in my element. Personal life has been very busy also. I recently have discovered theContinue reading “The quite month”

How soon is now?

If you or anyone you know has ever considered going to rehab there might be very good reasons for considering it. It’s not a decision people take too lightly, as it’s generally a considerable purchase and there is a lot of effort involved. Most programs require that you stay a least one month and mostContinue reading “How soon is now?”

Post Acute withdrawal syndrome?

Symptoms of Post Acute Withdrawal Syndrome – P.A.W.S. What is PAWS? The long-term effects or withdrawal symptoms that occur after initial withdrawal symptoms.  The severity depends on two factors.  Firstly the amount and degree of brain dysfunction or disruption that has been caused by the length of use, and type of chemicals used, and anyContinue reading “Post Acute withdrawal syndrome?”

E-cigarettes less harmful

Professor David Nutt says let’s get an understanding that E-cigarettes are indeed less harmful than smoking real cigarettes: “I believe that e-cigarettes have huge potential to save lives by providing an alternative to smoking. Yet this can only be realised if we address negative harm perceptions and communicate honestly with the public. Ongoing research canContinue reading “E-cigarettes less harmful”