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Tips (Mollie’s Wisdom) - Life coaching and meditation Mariette Jansen

Tips (Mollie’s Wisdom)

Xmas expectations about your or their Xmas

Xmas expectations about your or their Xmas

What are your Xmas expectations? Have you decided how to spend Xmas this year? Are you looking forward to the holiday season? Do you feel in control of the events? Celia is one of three sisters. A lovely lady, who is very caring and values her family. Four years ago...

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Negotiating with the narcissist: top 5 tips

Negotiating with the narcissist: top 5 tips

Narcissists are great communicators when it comes to defending themselves. But they are pants when it comes to interactive, respectful and positive communication because that requires empathy, consideration of other viewpoints and possibly compromises. None of which...

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Anti-ageing or pro-ageing?

Anti-ageing or pro-ageing?

Is age a number, a mindset or a downhill journey? Do you hate getting older? Do you dread reaching your next decade (30-40-50-60-70)? Do you never tell others how old you are? Recently I attended a meeting where Tricia Cusden was the speaker. She started a new...

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Mariette Jansen – Why am I here? My personal quest

Mariette Jansen – Why am I here? My personal quest

Why am I here? Writing my mission statement Karl Jung considered most people living an externally focused life during the first 4 decades of life. Learning, developing skills, building a life, starting a family, buying houses, cars and stuff. All important to create...

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Stressed about money? Here’s what to do about it

Stressed about money? Here’s what to do about it

Business coach Sue Brown previously called stress the Black Death of the 21st century because of how widespread it has become. It is the most common cause of absences at work, more so than other reasons like back problems and medical illnesses. Of course, there are a...

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An Xmas present from the heart

An Xmas present from the heart

'I didn't know I could feel that relaxed' - Johnny What to give your loved one? Another perfume, more jewellery? A wallet which is not needed or maybe an experience? Experiences are the presents that become more valuable over time. Goods lose their shine and...

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Xmas: a fairy tale or a self induced nightmare?

Xmas: a fairy tale or a self induced nightmare?

The season of fairy tales is on the doorstep. With the magic of Xmas sorting out all the bad stuff in life. Wars stop for a few days, everybody (even the homeless) will get a hearty hot meal, families reunite and the world sparkles peace. Like a fairy tale. Do you...

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How to learn meditation in a split second

How to learn meditation in a split second

Meditation is hot. It has proven to help with lots of different conditions: depression, insomnia, high blood pressure, migraines and more. Meditators notice they feel calmer, more focused and are more productive. Research shows how the brain changes as a result of...

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How to stop A-levels results anxiety

A-levels results This week is a big week for A-levels students and their parents. Why? The results will be known on Thursday morning at 8 am. A piece of paper that will be the reward for hard work or not such hard work and more importantly that will shape the lives of...

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Exam stress: do you remember the fear of failure?

Exam stress: do you remember the fear of failure?

Nowadays exam stress is an issue for 70% of teenagers according to a survey amongst thousands of teens. A few years ago I took my DS (Darling Son) James to his first GCSE exam. I asked him (what a ridiculous question mum) if he was nervous. Of course. He was...

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What is your attitude to gratitude?

What is your attitude to gratitude?

‘If you’ve forgotten the language of gratitude, you’ll never be on speaking terms with happiness.’ The simple act of feeling (!) grateful and expressing it has a strong impact on health, well-being and relationships. A series of recent studies have found positive...

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How meditation can cure insomnia

How meditation can cure insomnia

According to the global average, 1 in 3 people experience a mild case of insomnia at some point in their lives. But an article on The Guardian indicates that the statistic is even higher in Britain. They cited the Great British Sleep Survey, which revealed that 51.3%...

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