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Are We Painting Ourselves into a Corner?

Intolerance (1916) OK. This is a loaded question: should we tolerate differences in society, or should we draw a line in the sand and dare others to cross it at their peril? That seems to be the ethos of this … Continue reading

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Hypnotherapy: How to Come to Terms with Bulimia

An English Rose To protect the identity of my most important hypnotherapy client from 1991, I shall be using this euphemism. And by all accounts, it is an apt description. But she had a late teenage coping mechanism well into … Continue reading

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