Tag: wellbeing

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If you were to ask a hundred people as to who is more likely to be more successful in life, selfish people or generous people, you would probably get more answers favoring the selfish people. And at face value, it seems like the obvious choice – selfish people are comfortable stepping over others, they only…




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Hello. I’m a new author on this site, PsychPerspectives. This post will describe paradoxical Intention and it’s potential usage in your everyday life. Paradoxical Intention was coined by Dr Victor Frankl. He was a neurologist and psychiatrist who survived the holocaust, after being imprisoned in Auschwitz. I discovered this when reading his book, Mans Search For Meaning. He was able to find…




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Autumn and Spring are both times for rejuvenating and rehydrating thirsty skin. The first after a long, hot, dry summer. The second after a time of hibernation and coldness. Why not use this season just started as an opportunity to have some fun, experiment, test out some easy to make skin care treatments. And while…




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Sleep is an important factor in our physical and emotional wellbeing. It is thought that on average, we need 8 hours of sleep a night.




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You have not changed due to their words. They have shared an interpretation of you, albeit professional, it arguably remains subjective. Real truth, your truth, can only be found through empiricism. Personal, sensational experience, experienced by you. If you have ever received a diagnosis, it should not define you. It may help you and others…




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This evening, I was watching a film called ‘A girl like her’. It is a ‘mockumentary’ following a young girls experience of bullying. A quote in the film stood out for me, it went something like: