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Coping With Change: From A Dad's Perspective

Written by Volker Ballueder An old Japanese Buddhist saying suggests that nothing is permanent, and change is constant. Autumn is in full swing and the leaves are falling from the trees. Winter is coming, it is getting colder. As we start to turn the heating back on and prepare for the...

The Importance of Taking A Break

Written by Volker Ballueder   Holiday season is over, and I am back with another post for Scentered.  Taking a break is very important. We all know that, in theory. For some people it is a lot easier than for others to let go, take a break and relax. For others...

What Are The Secrets To Success?

Written by Volker Ballueder When being asked to write about success, I often answer ‘which bit’? It might sound arrogant, but success is a very wide topic which I have researched for many years. I never did a PhD, but I didn’t give up learning after university, and I decided...

Spring Clean For The Mind: How To Reflect, Reset And Re-energise

By Lucy Higgins, ICF accredited Life and Mindset Coach @bigtalkformums “In the rush to return to normal, use this time to consider which parts of normal are worth rushing back to.” Dave Hollis. In April 2020, you may remember this quote was doing the rounds on all social media platforms. Little did...

Who Are Coppafeel And What Do They Do?

We’ve all come into contact with someone that’s suffered from breast cancer. Yet it’s still a common misconception that breast cancer only targets older women. It’s a lesser-known fact that women and men of all ages can suffer this terrible disease too. Whilst that’s pretty depressing in itself, it doesn’t...

One Dad’s Perspective Of A Year In Lockdown

Written by Volker Ballueder When being asked to write about a year in lockdown, I figured I look back at what happened back in February 2020. Having had a continuous cough for 6 weeks, and people moving away from me on the train, I had no idea that - most...

Back To School: Tips For Kids With Sensory Overload

Children around the UK have finally returned to the classroom, after a long period of home schooling and COVID restrictions, it’s what parents everywhere had wanted for so long. A sense of normality, structure and routine could now resume. For many children, seeing their friends and teachers once more was...

How To Train Your Brain Into Controlling Your Stress Responses

A feeling almost anybody can relate to and is in an incomprehensible way almost normalized in today’s society is stress. Every day, we find ourselves facing many challenges on both personal and professional level which can build up to a feeling of stress or anxiety. The work keeps piling up...