Gill Hasson


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Gill Hasson is the author of Mindfulness: Be mindful. Live in the moment works with people from diverse backgrounds and situations. Her key motivation is her belief in the ability of people to positively change their way of thinking - about life, other people, and themselves.

She is a freelance journalist and writes articles on personal development and relationships for a variety of magazines, including Psychologies and Take A Break, and for a number of websites.

As well as delivering adult education courses in personal development, she is an associate tutor for the University of Sussex where she teaches career and personal development and academic study skills. She delivers training in child and adolescent development to preschool, youth and
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“Keeping so many things that served you in the past but no longer serve you today means that you’re holding yourself in that past.”
Gill Hasson, Declutter Your Life: How Outer Order Leads to Inner Calm

“Very often, your emotions are triggered when your emotional needs are not met. Your emotional needs are what must be in place or what needs to happen for you to feel secure. Your unmet needs become emotional triggers. Typically, your emotional needs include such things as: Feeling safe and secure. Feeling a sense of control and being able to make choices. A sense of belonging – friendship, fun, love, and intimacy with significant people. A sense of purpose; opportunities and the ability to achieve.”
Gill Hasson, Emotional Intelligence: Managing emotions to make a positive impact on your life and career

“Letting go of friends who no longer fit leaves time, energy, and resources for good friends and new friends and other things in your life. That is self-care!”
Gill Hasson, The Self-Care Handbook: A Practical Guide to Integrating Self-Care Into Everyday Life to Improve Wellbeing

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