Replace Your Addictive Behaviours With Healthier Habits

What are your vices or bad habits? Maybe it’s an addiction or something you enjoy doing, but is totally unproductive. Or something you feel like you want to give up to continue to grow, but are finding it hard to stop. I discuss a neuroscience-inspired strategy to help you tackle those unwanted habits and addictive behaviours that can infiltrate your life. Addiction hijacks normal brain function, particularly the reward system in the brain,, where habits are formed. Replacing an addictive behaviour with a healthy habit -  like exercise, mindfulness, volunteering, crafting, education or even gardening - is one of the few effective strategies that break addictive patterns of behaviour. Learning these healthier habits builds alternative brain pathways that bypass well-worn, habitual brain pathways.

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How to manage difficulties with your teenage child(ren) and your relationships with them.

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PARENTING TEENAGERS

How to manage difficulties with your child(ren) and your relationships with them