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Taking the Anxious Out Of Anxious Thoughts

4 Quick Questions To De-Catastrophize Your Thoughts BY PASCALE POUGNET Catastrophising is the worst. Our minds can get carried away thinking about worst case scenarios, like thinking you’ll never get a job when your job application gets rejected, or that a strange looking mole on your arm is inevitably cancerous. Not surprisingly, catastrophising generally brings […]

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Make The Most Of Your Mistakes

Avoid Getting Stuck In Your Mistakes…Here’s How BY LY HUYNH We all do things we regret afterwards. Sometimes the mistakes we make have big consequences, sometimes they’re just minor annoyances. Either way, as much as we’d like to live without them, we all make mistakes, and the reality is we’ll all continue to make mistakes. […]

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Tips For Taming Your Anger

8 Quick Tips For Managing Anger Anger is one of the emotions most of us would prefer not to feel, but as unpleasant as it may be, anger is a normal, healthy emotion that everyone experiences. It’s ok to feel angry, but how you express anger can cause problems. Here’s 7 tips to help you […]

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4 Fast Ways To Help Your Child Manage Anger

Helping Children Manage Anger: A Guide for Parents BY BRITTANY MCGILL It’s normal for kids to feel angry, but anger-fuelled behaviour like hitting, shouting, and aggression can wear thin and be a cause of concern for parents. How much a child struggles with anger will depend on a range of factors: their biological temperament, their […]

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5 Tips To Get You Meditating

The Benefits Of Meditation While meditation has been used for thousands of years, the science outlining the benefits of meditation is relatively new. What seems to be clear is that regular meditation offers a range of benefits. For example, neuroscientists have found that people who meditate regularly show different patterns of brain activity. In particular, […]

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