During difficult conversations, it is not only the words that matter, but our non-verbal actions too.
Date Posted: April 12, 2017
Categories: Other, Workplace IssuesGO
Scientists have recently discovered a new type of depression, which may account for approximately one third of all cases of major depression.
Just as athletes have different body physiques from non-athletes, the brain of a literate person looks significantly different from that of a non-literate person.
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We interact with more people than we think every day. However, how many times do we actually pause and take a good look at the people we are interacting with?
Categories: Mental Health in Asia, Self-EsteemGO
Our habits make or break us. Anyone who has tried changing or eliminating a bad habit knows that it is harder to be said than done. Learn how to eliminate bad habits and control temptations right now to live a healthier and happier life.
Categories: Mental Health in AsiaGO
We all feel it, that anxiety rising in the pit of our stomachs, threatening to devour our happiness, our ability to enjoy the present moment. Stress. Tension. Nervousness One would argue that a healthy dose of such emotions will give us the ...
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The hustle and bustle of life has rendered stress to be a feeling prevalent to all. Even so, it is worthy to note that long-term stress is able to induce physical changes in our bodies that may lead to serious emotional disorders later in life.
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Autism is one of the most common disorder in the world. Despite its prevalence, it remains largely an area that most of us may not be very aware of. Here are 10 autism facts that we should all know.
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Societal changes over the years has rendered changes in our parenting techniques. It has been found that there has been some modern parenting techniques that inhibit brain development.
Despite the economic prosperity enjoy by many in the United States, it has been found that people there are getting more and more unhappy. Research has discovered the real reason to Americans’ unhappiness.
This may come as a surprise, but the size of our tables heavily influences our caloric intake.
As many countries are experiencing aging populations, the number of senior citizens - and consequently the number of senior citizens who live alone – is rising. Here is why loneliness among seniors is a staggeringly serious problem.
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It may be surprising, but research has shown that depression has been linked to setting the wrong type of goals. Find out what kind of goals we should set to live a happier and more fulfilling life now!
More often than not, our mental health as an adult is linked to our childhood experiences. New research has shown that a significant number of children experience something worse than parental abuse.
Categories: Abuse / Abuse Survivor Issues, Bullying, Mental Health in AsiaGO
Feel the need to stay motivated? It turns out that there is more than one type of motivation you need to reach your goals depending on where you are on the journey!
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What is the difference between sadness and depression? We know that they are different, but when we are told to describe depression, we often just link it to intense bouts of sadness. Here is how to properly and definitively differentiate the two.