One Personality Trait Is At The Heart Of Many Anxiety Disorders

Research has shown that there is a personality trait that is related to several anxiety disorders – social anxiety, panic disorder and specific phobias. Read more to find out.

May 4

Categories: Anxiety

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Anxiety - Five Things You Need to Know

What is anxiety? It is perhaps the more intense and potentially debilitating counterpart to nervousness, and should be taken note of so that we can prevent ourselves from letting it become a problem. Here are 5 things you need to know about anxiety.

May 3

Categories: Anxiety, Social Anxiety / Phobia

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The Difference Between Emotional Intelligence and Mental Strength

There are many myths and misconceptions about what it means to be emotionally intelligent, and just as many about what it means to be mentally strong. Here's how to set the two apart.

May 2

Categories: Emotional Intelligence

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How to Combat Impulse Shopping

Impulse shopping is not new to most of us, and might even be considered a problematic, nasty habit by some of us. Here’s an unexpectedly useful strategy to help you cope with this.

May 2

Categories: Control Issues, Other

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Depression: 9 Powerful New Things Research Has Found Out

The number of people who are depressed have increased steadily over the years. Here are 9 facts research has found out about depression.

Apr 29

Categories: Depression

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The Common Sleep Pattern That Kills Attention And Creativity

New research has found that there is a sleep pattern that can increase our focus and creativity! Read more to find out.

Apr 29

Categories: Mental Health in Asia

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8 Fascinating Facts About Anxiety Worth Knowing

High levels of anxiety can severely impair our performance and prevent us from achieving success. Here are 8 facts about anxiety that you should know.

Apr 27

Categories: Anxiety

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A Simple Way To Boost Social Confidence

Sometimes, in social situations, we get anxious and feel less confident about ourselves. Here is one easy self-affirmation exercise that helps to reduce social insecurities for at least two months.

Apr 27

Categories: Mental Health in Asia

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How to Respond to Naysayers without Compromising on your Self-worth

There will always be naysayers or people trying to put us down. Here are some strategies to help you learn to live with the harshness of their words, or to let their comments roll off your back.

Apr 26

Categories: Self-Confidence, Self-Criticism, Self-Doubt

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The Most Narcissistic Generation Were Born Between These Years

People born between 1988 and 1994 are commonly regarded as millennials and they are considered to be the most narcissistic generation. Is this necessary the case?

Apr 25

Categories: Mental Health in Asia

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The Real Reason Smart People Tend To Be Loners

Research has found that the more that intelligent people socialise with their friends, the less satisfied they are with life.

Apr 25

Categories: Mental Health in Asia

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This Personality Trait Makes The Average-Looking More Attractive

Research has found a way for average-looking men to make themselves seem more appealing to the opposite gender. Read more to find out!

Apr 25

Categories: Relationships & Marriage

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Depression Reduced By This Ancient Method

Research has found a traditional method that reduces depression. Read more to find out!

Apr 24

Categories: Depression

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This Is The Number 1 Cause of Ill Health Worldwide

Research has shown that there is a mental condition which serves to be the leading cause of disability and ill health worldwide.

Apr 24

Categories: Depression

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Single Or Married: Which Is The Most Fulfilling Life?

It is often a commonly agreed view that being married is better than remaining single. However, research has shown that this may not necessary be the case.

Apr 24

Categories: Relationships & Marriage

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