The Office Christmas Party: A Survival Guide by The Green Rooms

Christmas is coming and along with negotiating the busy shops for some last-minute shopping and making sure there is enough food for everyone at Christmas dinner, the Christmas night
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Remember Remember the Fifth of November: Is Guy Fawkes still Relevant?

Halloween has been and gone for another year, and as the march towards Christmas begins, the next event on our calendars will be November 5th. Referred to as Guy
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Crowd Psychology: Why do we Behave Differently in a Crowd?

When you are part of a crowd do you feel any different than normal? Does the crowd bring out a usually-hidden side of you? Unusual feelings or behaviours? If
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What is Lent? A ‘The Green Rooms’ Guide

Lent is something that most of us have heard of. Maybe our friends are giving up chocolate for a few weeks, or maybe we have seen people with ash
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Can We Control Falling in Love?

If you are a regular browser of the internet, you may have stumbled across an article written by Mandy Len Catron which was published in the New York Times
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Red love
13 February, 2015

Why is Red is the Colour of Love? – A ‘The Green Rooms’ Analysis

Would you like us to tell you when we publish new research and articles? Email us. Images of Love With Valentine’s Day approaching, you may be starting to think
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When TV Characters die: Why does it affect us so much?

When Coronation Street actress Anne Kirkbride sadly passed away from cancer at the age of sixty, there was an outpouring of grief from those who knew her and those
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Robert Burns
25 January, 2015

Robert Burns – Scotland’s Most Beloved Poet – A ‘The Green Rooms’ Celebration

”O wad some Pow’r the giftie gie us To see oursels as others see us! It wad frae monie a blunder free us And foolish notion: What airs in
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New Year Resolutions: How to Achieve them and more

As we say goodbye to 2014 and our attention turns to the arrival of a new year, we may find ourselves thinking about what awaits us in 2015. For
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Auld Lang Syne: Why is this Scottish Song so Integral to New Year Celebrations Worldwide?

Should auld acquaintance be forgot, And never brought to mind? Should auld acquaintance be forgot, And auld lang syne. For auld lang syne, my jo For auld lang
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Christmas Traditions – Planned and Spontaneous

Christmas is a time for making memories with our loved ones, and many of these memories become part of our own personal traditions as we celebrate the festive season.
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Food and the Festive Season

Food was, is and always will be part of our lives, but the role it has in our lives, and the value that goes with this, is something that
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Is it important that Santa is real?

To most people, the answer to this question is obvious. In fact, the majority of people would instantly defend Santa and his magical world of flying sleighs and reindeer.
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Coping with Christmas Shopping Procrastination & Stress

Are you a lover of Christmas? Do you get excited when the Coca-Cola Christmas advert comes on the television? Do you long for the first flurry of snow? These
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Halloween Costumes – What do they say about us?

Whether it’s Trick or Treating, dooking for apples or watching our favourite horror films, as October 31st approaches we will be starting to prepare for our Halloween traditions. One
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Proud Glaswegians: The Legacy of the Commonwealth Games

Over the duration of the 2014 Commonwealth Games, Glasgow has charmed the sporting world. We have watched as our city has welcomed some of the world’s best athletes. The
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The Commonwealth Games and Junk Food Cravings: A Survival Guide by ‘The Green Rooms’

The Commonwealth Games in Glasgow As Glasgow gets ready for the arrival of the Commonwealth Games, we may find ourselves being swept up in the sporting atmosphere and encouraged
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Summer of Sport: The Green Rooms’ Survival Guide

We’ve had Wimbledon, the World Cup and we’re now in the thick of preparations for the Commonwealth Games. Sporting events have been everywhere this summer, and while many of
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Counselling for Ex-Pats Living Abroad and People Living in Rural Communities

Adjusting to your New Life At The Green Rooms we aim to provide our services to anyone who requires them, no matter how far away they are. Moving to
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Ramadan: a pillar of Islam simplified

Ramadan, a holy month for Muslims across the globe, is often left unexplained to the rest of the world. The word “Ramadan” refers to the ninth month in the
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Avoiding Self-Sabotage
19 June, 2014

Avoiding Self-Sabotage: How to Successfully Reach your Goals and not Succumb to Instant Gratification: A Guide by ‘The Green Rooms’

Working towards and achieving our goals is very important to our sense of well-being. Whether we are embarking on a fitness programme, studying, saving for a large purchase or
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Beating Bullying: A Guide by ‘The Green Rooms’

Bullying can affect us at any time in our lives, either through our own experiences or those of a loved one. Bullying can cause significant trauma and distress to
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Me, My No-Make-Up-Selfie and I: Can Negativity have a Positive Impact on our Awareness?

On Tuesday 18th March, as I was scrolling through my Facebook page I noticed a number of pictures of women posing for “selfies” with no make-up on. On further
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Thank You
20 February, 2014

Gratitude and Giving Thanks – A ‘The Green Rooms’ Report

“Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all the others”. Marcus Tullius Cicero “Thank you is the best prayer that anyone could say. I
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halloween pumpkin
19 February, 2014

Halloween, The Day of the Dead & All Saints Day – A ‘The Green Rooms’ Cultural Study

One need not be a chamber to be haunted One need not be a house; The brain has corridors surpassing Material place. Emily Dickinson   Why do we still
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