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Childhood Lessons: How Much Do They Impact Adult Life?

Learning From Lessons Of The Past BY LY HART-SMITH Childhood is an important time – it’s where we learn many lessons about our place in the world –including how to behave, what to expect from other people, and what to expect of life in general. Children quickly learn what to do to avoid criticism and […]

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The Key To Ditching Decision Making Guilt

Hindsight Bias: What It Is and How To Fix It By Dr Kim Woodward Who amongst us wouldn’t like to be able to predict the future? To know in advance how things will unfold so we can always make the ‘right’ decisions. Does that sound too good to be true? Yes, well, that’s because it […]

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5 Tips To Help You Break Free Of Depression

Breaking Out Of The Depression Cycle BY LIZA CHERVONSKY Low mood, lethargy, and low motivation are all too common in depression. When people experience this set of symptoms, the thought of doing exercise or interacting with others can feel overwhelming, and people often find themselves withdrawing from physical and social activities. Unfortunately, this usually causes […]

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Have You Set The Right New Years Resolutions?

Are Your Goals For This Year Aligned With Your Values? BY JULIET REINER The start of a new calendar year is often a time to commit to new goals and resolutions, but often our resolutions are short-lived. Why? Because they’re not in line with our values. So when it comes to goals and resolutions, working […]

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Are Unmet Needs Blocking You From Achieving Your Goals?

Are Your Needs Being Met? BY DR ANDREAS COMNINOS We all have needs. Our needs can be physical (e.g. a need for water, air, food, rest/sleep, or freedom from physical pain), emotional (e.g. a need for understanding and support from others, or a need for a sense of emotional safety and self-understanding), or social (e.g. […]

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