King's Parade, Cambridge, CB2 1ST
Theresa attended King’s College in Cambridge.
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In 1997 Theresa graduated from King's College in London.
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Androgen disorders are perhaps the most common and overlooked of female hormonal problems. Theresa Cheung describes how the hormone imbalance affects women both physically and emotionally, explaining how these disorders can be treated by conventional and alternative means and noting ways to prevent the problem as well.
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Can you hear the clock ticking? Are family and friends growing nervous? Do you want to have children but feel that the circumstances aren't right, or contrary to society's expectations, do you already know that motherhood just isn't for you? Taking an axe to the cliched image of the irrational, dysfunctional woman, this book presents biological clock anxiety as a challenging rite of passage that will help you grow and develop your full potential as a woman.
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Have you ever wondered what your dreams are trying to tell you? Now you can finally find out. Packed with fascinating information, The Dream Dictionary from A to Z is an extensive collection of the symbols that appear in your dreams and how to interpret what they mean for you. Dreams are universal, and every culture throughout history has tried to unlock the secrets of the unconscious mind through the interpretation of dreams.
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Ever dreamt that you were flying? Or being chased? Do you wake up and wonder 'what did that mean'? Decoding your dreams can offer incredible insight into yourself and your life. Every night, your dreaming mind is gently and subtly counseling, guiding, and inspiring you. This journal is the perfect tool to recall and interpret your dreams, giving an incredible opportunity for personal growth.
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Did you know that your birthday can give you surprising details about your personality profile, your ideal partner, and your dark side? The Element Encyclopedia of Birthdays combines astrology, psychology, numerology, and tarot for practical advice on how to make the best of yourself and shape your future. The Element Encyclopedia of Birthdays couldn't be simpler to use–just turn to the page of your birthday and discover the secret to exactly who you are, based on a unique combination of astrology, numerology, tarot, color theory, and psychology.
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100 Ways to be Kind is a road map of practical, simple, and immediately actionable ways to be kind including how to be kinder to yourself, to others, and to nature.
Theresa attended King’s College where in 1988 she received her Bachelor of Arts degree. Later, she enrolled at King’s College in London to receive a Master's degree in English.
Being a student, Theresa worked as a professional dancer. After graduation, for a couple of years, she served as an editorial assistant. Starting from 1991, she began her practice as a health consultant. From 1995 to 1998 Theresa also taught in a secondary school. However, after that period, she totally dedicated herself to health consultancy and writing books.
Cheung told CA: "I wrote my first book in my late teens and remember how much I loved the process. Nothing came of that book, but I spent the next fifteen years thinking about writing. I worked for a publishing house, taught English in schools, and read everything I could lay my hands on. Having trained as a dancer, I also started to work as a fitness instructor and health consultant. My interest in health eventually led to my first book contract. Since then I haven’t looked back. I write about health and psychology mainly, but really enjoy writing about any nonfiction subject, however difficult."
Theresa’s media appearances include an interview with Today Extra, Piers Morgan on GMTV, guesting on episode 71 of Russell Brand’s Under the Skin podcast and decoding dreams live on Coast to Coast AM. She has also given numerous sold-out talks at venues such as Olympia, Alexandra Palace, and The College of Psychic Studies. She works closely with scientists studying consciousness and has her own popular spiritual podcast: White Shores, as well as a busy author page on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
(Can you hear the clock ticking? Are family and friends gr...)2001
(Did you know that your birthday can give you surprising d...)2020
(Ever dreamt that you were flying? Or being chased? Do you...)2020
(100 Ways to be Kind is a road map of practical, simple, a...)2020
(Have you ever wondered what your dreams are trying to tel...)2019
(Androgen disorders are perhaps the most common and overlo...)1999
Theresa Cheung believes in an afterlife. More than twenty years ago, she was in her car, heading to a junction behind a lorry indicating left. Theresa planned to turn left, too, until a voice told her to move to the right and change lanes. Even though her mother had died a few years earlier, it was her voice, and Theresa obeyed instantly.
If she had turned left, she would be dead, because she would have driven into a pile-up that claimed the lives of three people in cars directly behind the lorry. Since that case, Theresa can't explain that voice, other than that it must have been her mother guiding her from Heaven. It proved to Cheung there is an afterlife.
"Sadly, when we feel highly sensitive, we tend to think of it as a flaw or a weakness, it’s not, it is a strength."
"My aim is always to be clear, accessible, and easy to read."
"My biggest tip for raising a sensitive child is: never make them feel ashamed of their emotional, imaginative and reflective response to life. Don’t say things that I was called when I was a child over and over again by my teachers and carers “you are too sensitive for your own good” what does that mean?! That’s like saying to someone who is tall “you are too tall for your own good” sensitivity is genetic, it’s an inherited trait, it’s something that we all have."
"If you don't feel you have any choice in a situation, self-esteem and confidence plummet. But once you understand that you do have a choice, self-esteem will improve. You aren't a helpless victim anymore. You decide how you deal with a situation. You aren't just reacting to life; you're creating your life."
"The quickest way to improve your self-esteem is to be yourself."
"Life is about doing, not thinking about doing."
Cheung's mission is to make spirituality and the paranormal more credible, engaging, and mainstream.
In 1995 Theresa got married to Ray Cheung. They have two children: Robert and Ruth.