Archive for: June, 2016

Site note – Calm People contributed towards a post on the site linked back here a month or so ago. A large amount of the work we do is around relationships and we thought a different viewpoint from the normal one we express was worthwhile hosting. I’d like to place on record my thanks to Kafe for proposing and writing…

What the EU Referendum result means for the UK only time will really tell. What is clear to me is that we have been given choice, of which, 73% of us who could choose actually chose to join the democratic process we were invited to join. In doing so 52% have chosen for us to leave the European Union. Those are the bare…

A short note about the impact for me , and I think many others, that the death of Jo Cox has had on politics. In the world of anger management, it is well known the effects that our criticisms and judgements of others have on the relationship between us and them. To recap quickly, when I am judging someone I am not rem…

What lessons for anger management and general calmness could the referendum on the European union membership hold for us? If David Cameron had known the impact that calling a referendum on our membership of the European union would have on his party, society in general and certain individuals would he still have called…

We were interviewed by a Business Networking Website which has national coverage. We ended up being nominated as their business of the month for June 2016.We really liked the slightly different angle the interviewer took of us. To see what we mean follow this link to their website.

I got a call on Saturday  from LBC Radio asking my opinion on the Johnny Depp – Amber Heard situation from an anger management point of view. I was not aware of the story that was breaking at that point but was still able to sum up what was happening….probably.   With 5 minutes research it became clear that there was a…