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  • How 'mental time travel' might be ruining your happiness

    Quality Stock Arts / Shutterstock Some people find it hard to live in the moment, and enjoy what's happening right now. This is because they are either dwelling on the past, or worrying about the future. This is called "mental time travel" and it can actually stop us from being truly happy. By keeping your mind in a negative place, you're bound to miss out on all the good things that are happening. The way to get out of this negative loop is to identify and then try to lessen the bad thoughts...

    Business Insider
  • Asbos to tackle nuisance behaviour `ineffective´

    The tally of incidents has hit its highest level for five years but Anti-Social Behaviour Orders were taken out just twice in 2015/16.

    Mail Online
  • Peter Andre seen for first time since ‘concern’ over Katie Price

    Peter Andre, 45, was seen for the first time since reports revealed he was 'appalled' by his ex-wife Katie Price's shocking behaviour with toyboy Kris Boyson.

    Mail Online
  • A new study shows dogs will comfort their humans when they're sad — and if they don't, it's because they're too upset and stressed to help

    Ivan4es / Shutterstock Previous research has shown how dogs are highly receptive to their owners crying. According to a new study, they will also break through barriers to get to them. Dogs who heard their owners cry opened a door to "rescue" them. Some dogs didn't, but the researchers said it was because they were too upset to do anything about it. Dogs who showed less stress were more able to find a way through the door. Dogs are a commitment. You'll need to get up early every day to walk...

    Business Insider