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  • A Glass Half Full

    Published 17/05/21, by Emma Tyreman

    I thought it might be useful to look at the topic of optimism.

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  • I Feel Too Much

    Published 06/05/21, by Emma Tyreman

    The behaviours that come about as a result of negative self-talk are often related to stress, anxiety, and fear.

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  • Interpretation of Events and Understanding of Reality

    Published 29/04/21, by Emma Tyreman

    Epictetus, a very influential Stoic Philosopher said, “Men are disturbed not by things, but by the views which they take of things”.

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  • Change the thought = Change the Consequence

    Published 29/04/21, by Emma Tyreman

    “Very little is needed to make a happy life; it is all within yourself, in your way of thinking”.

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  • Perfectionism

    Published 09/04/21, by Liz Callan

    Accepting Imperfection - for many able, high achievers, a tendency to perfectionism becomes a problem.

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  • Conscious Competence Model of Change

    Published 25/03/21, by Emma Tyreman

    When we are looking to change or learn new skills, or even help someone else to do the same, it is really helpful to understand that there are always steps to take in order to make change possible.

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  • 18 Tips for Making Friends

    Published 23/03/21, by Liz Callan

    With the return to face-to-face teaching and the pupils returning to school, we are mindful that there are some who are feeling incredibly anxious. We have produced ‘18 Tips for Making Friends’ which we would like to share.

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  • 7 Tips to a Kinder You

    Published 22/03/21, by Emma Tyreman

    Put dates on the calendar and plenty of reminders to stay in touch ...

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  • Changing the Narrative

    Published 16/03/21, by Liz Callan

    Changing the Narrative: Writing our Own Story at Warwick School

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  • Fatigue

    Published 15/03/21, by Emma Tyreman

    Fatigue can affect us all, and it’s not just a matter of not getting enough sleep.

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  • An Attitude of Gratitude

    Published 09/03/21, by Liz Callan

    A Wellbeing Blog Story

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  • Why the Rush?

    Published 08/03/21, by Emma Tyreman

    Anxiety symptoms can have a huge impact on out day to day life, for example, an anxious person might go out of their way to avoid feeling anxious and/or the distressing experiences that cause them to feel anxious. Essentially anxiety is a natural reaction to worrying about something, that could be a ‘real’ potential threat or a ‘perceived’ potential threat.

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