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It's Not What You Think

Hannah Lord

Personal insights (and conflicts) from the mind of a professional psychologist

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Latest Issues

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I Can See Clearly Now the Pain Has Gone

We’ve all been caught short at times. Those moments when our bodies, seemingly from nowhere, alert us to the fact that we’re thirsty or hungry. Suddenly we can’t think of anything else. Worse still if we need to find a bathroom, and the ver...

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How Do I Meet The Right Person?

When you’ve been single for a while and hoping to meet someone who’s the right fit for you, there’s nothing more annoying than when people say, “It’s when you stop looking that they’ll show up”. This is terrible advice for multiple reasons....

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The Story of You

I met a guy years ago, when I was just a baby-woman of 23. He was a successful entrepreneur who was really into psychology. I’d wanted to pick his brains about business (I knew very little about psychology at the time, especially my own), y...

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  • Hannah Lord

    Writing about shame, social psychology and my own experiences in eating disorder recovery. more

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