I have questioned whether I’m doing the right thing as a parent. Am I raising them or spoiling them? All I can say is this, I try my best to make my children happy. This father shows how simple that can be.
Sound and music operates at a frequency and a frequency can adjust the structure of water, the mood of a person and literally perform wellbeing healing. We will be exploring the solfeggio frequencies and how some sounds can potentially make us ill.
During this pandemic we have heard many statistics – the number of infections, deaths, ICU admissions. With so much news and information on the subject it is very easy to forget that behind each statistic lies a human life and a life changing story.
We all have to face setbacks in our life from time to time, whether in our personal relationships or in our careers. But some people tend to deal with setbacks and challenges better than others.
Concerns have been growing in recent weeks about the hesitancy from some people in black, Asian, and minority ethnic communities to have the Covid-19 vaccine. This growing concern has meant higher refusal rates in the very same communities adversely affected by the Covid-19 virus.
Doubt. Self-esteem. Insecurity. Just the mention of these words can take us back to a particular moment in our lives. Perhaps the teenage years or young adulthood – when how
Is there such a thing as absolute confidence? How can we ever be secure and confident in a world is constantly changing? Confidence in one’s value as a human being
https://youtu.be/yDIWdyXcE-s Dr Mike Kelly (CEO Institute of Wellbeing) is joined by Superintendant Jeff Boothe in the Wellbeing Cafe. Superintendant Jeff Booth is Metropolitan Police Service Lead for Community Engagement. In
Dr Mike Kelly (CEO Institute of Wellbeing) is joined by Donna Murray-Turner in the Wellbeing Cafe Donna Murray-Turner – Founder Another Night of Sisterhood (ANOS), Chair, Croydon Safer Neighbourhoods &