at 38 Seamoor Road, Westbourne, Bournemouth, BH9 4AS United Kingdom
Chester Pearce Funeral Service is an independently owned funeral directors providing the highest standards of care and support to bereaved families.
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Today our Managing Director Stephen Nimmo is speaking at the ICCM (The Institute of Cremation and Crematoria Management) conference in Scunthorpe.
Happy New Year to all of our followers. May 2015 bring you everything you wish for yourself.
A while ago one of our lovely ladies who comes in for coffee a couple of times a week bought me a news article. Today I took the time to read it and thought I'd share. What does hope mean to you? Crossing your fingers? Praying for a positive outcome? Looking on the bright side or trying to keep upbeat when all around looks bleak? To me hope is a great act of courage. It flies in the face of practicality and the facts, it defies cynicism and resignation and it is the little voice that dares to whisper "maybe" when the world is bellowing "no". Being of hopeful heart usually means a strong faith in something good; of things getting better and an acceptance of what is. For some it would be a choice that takes strength of will and mindset management to keep in place while for others it can be a natural part of a sunny disposition. Now research has shown that those who have hope can actually increase their health and wellbeing. Psychologists are coming around to the thought that hope is the most important state or emotion we can experience. It can be the key to good health, the predictor to a meaningful existence and a booster to professional or athletic performance. Hope doesn't have to be the result of a charmed life or a beloved upbringing as research reveals it is a state you can acquire, nurture and develop. Hope is a rare and precious commodity worth cultivating as hopeful people are known to have higher self esteem, take better care of themselves and have a greater tolerance of pain and better immune systems. The study showed that when the depressed elderly were taught to nourish hope their happiness levels rose, they felt more gratitude and were able to laugh at life more freely. So for the new year, let's raise our spirits and trust levels with these few simple coaching tips- Have fun and fulfilling goals to work towards-for that day, that week, a month or a year's time. Practice gratitude for what you have. Take pleasure in the small things Remember you have succeeded or survived difficult times in the past. You will do again. Consciously choose to smile and laugh more. Try to dwell on what's good not what's deficient or missing Accept what is and make peace with it. Learn to laugh at yourself-without doing that you miss the biggest joke of all.
Wishing you all a peaceful Christmas period. During the Christmas holiday we are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 01202 612110.
Thank you to all new likers of our page. I'd love to get it to 100 so please share away. If you would like to know more about what we do we're always happy to answer any questions you may have.
Thank you to likers old and new. We have reached 100 likes! It doesn't appear that anything exciting happens though!
Please like and share. Only 5 more until 100!
Welcome to our new likers. If you have any questions about what we do please ask.
Welcome to our new likers.
http://www.streetwise.org.uk/new/index.php?ref=125 A piece about the unveiling of our "new premises" at LV Streetwise.