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Murray: no longer the ‘Nearly Man’

Andy Murray has broken through his self-imposed glass ceiling – he is no longer the “nearly man” of tennis. Murray won through twofold changes,  in his  attitude and self-belief  and in the ability to contain and  manage his anger and … Continue reading

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Pleasing our Parents through Sporting Success

Tom Daley dives in memory of his father. Gemma Gibbons weeps with joy mouthing “I love you mum” to the mother she lost in 2004 from leukemia.  Andy Murray has his mum Judy at court side as does Serena Williams … Continue reading

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The River of Anger from Stratford to Aleppo

Anger is universal. Without anger we are not alive. It is a powerful river running through all our lives.  It can be a force for good and achievement while also driving terrible deeds and behaviours. Today, both types of anger … Continue reading

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How Lendl and Tears will see Murray through

Andy Murray’s display yesterday was a sign of a huge step in his development as a man. When he burst into tears the world looked on in shock. Suddenly this slightly petulant and not altogether attractive young man was showing … Continue reading

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WHY ENGLAND NEED PSYCHOLOGICAL HELP

Human beings have no real use in the world. Were we all to disappear in an instant the earth would slowly rebalance itself. Over time global warming would stop, buildings and cities would be taken over by forest, animals would roam … Continue reading

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