Gillian Bridge writes for Vada magazine

08 November 2016

Gillian Bridge, author of the recently published title The Significance Delusion, has written an article for Vada magazine in which she offers her insights on how to not just survive in life, but rather thrive in chasing the version of success that you define for yourself and those around you.

Click here to read the article and here to take a closer look at Gillian's title, The Significance Delusion, which explores why humans are so peculiarly vulnerable to mental disorders and social problems, and how understanding the backstory can help you learn the real value of life

The author, Gillian Bridge, is a psycholinguistic consultant and expert in empowering people to get the most from their brain, whatever the challenge. The common link in her previous work as a teacher, a lecturer, an addiction therapist, an executive coach and a resilience consultant has been the way brain development and the use of language affect any individual™s behaviour and communication. By understanding brain function and how it makes us behave the way we do, Gillian™s work enables all people, whether they clearly need help or not, to gain better control of their lives.


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