The Secret To Emotional Control Most People Don't Know

One of the greatest lesson we can ever learn is to control our emotions. Being overly driven by our emotions may lead to us making irrational decisions. New research has found the secret to emotional control!

Apr 3

Categories: Emotional Intelligence

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2 Factors Found To Underlie Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Obsessive compulsive disorder is one of the most common disorders in the world today. New research has shown that there are two major factors that are linked to obsessive compulsive disorder.

Apr 3

Categories: Obsessions & Compulsions (OCD)

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Surprisingly, This Type of People Are More Trusting

Trust is an important part of human relationships. Yet, many of us may deem trusting people to be naïve and susceptible to deceit by others. New research has shown that there is a specific group of people that is more inclined to trust others.

Apr 3

Categories: Trust Issues

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Dreams: 10 Fascinating Things You Should Know

Some of us believe that dreams have various meanings that render us insights into our waking life, whereas others believe that dreams are just dreams. There are many theories regarding dreams, many unventured, unexplored areas and questions that we ...

Mar 30

Categories: Mental Health in Asia

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This Simple Realisation Linked To 80% Depression Recovery

Plagued by negative thoughts? Haunted by your mistakes or past failures? These experiences are commonly faced when depressed or anxious. Find out that one simple realisation that could lift us from this overwhelming pit of sadness.

Mar 30

Categories: Depression

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What Your Facebook Posts Say About Your Personality

Social media has increased the openness and sharing among its users. With social media, we decide what we want to share and reveal. To our surprise, new research has shown that our updates reflect our personality more than what we expect.

Mar 30

Categories: Mental Health in Asia

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This is How Radically Modern Marriage Has Changed

In the past when the shackles of gender inequality limited women’s academic and career achievements, marriage was commonly known to be for economic necessity. With the passing of time that followed a demand for gender equality, swift and radical ...

Mar 29

Categories: Relationships & Marriage

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Can Long Distance Relationships Work?

The surge of technology has rendered geographical boundaries irrelevant. Even so, it is still common for one to raise fears and insecurities regarding the sustainability of a long distance relationship? Can a long distance relationship work? If it ...

Mar 29

Categories: Relationships & Marriage

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Forgiveness: The Wonderful Psychological Perks

Perhaps, one of the most valuable skill that we can learn in our lifetime is the art of forgiveness. Studies have shown that our ability to forgive others will bring about tremendous mental and physical benefits to ourselves.

Mar 29

Categories: Forgiveness

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How to Improve Your Self-Worth

Self-worth is a measure of how much we value ourselves as people. This does not depend on others’ opinions of us; only we can determine our self-worth. However, many of us are highly critical of ourselves. It is important to treat ourselves with ...

Mar 28

Categories: Self-Esteem, Self-Love

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8 Ways to Stop Us from Feeling So Guilty All the Time

Guilt is an emotion that spans the human experience; all of us have felt guilty at some point in our lives. However, many of us are unnecessarily and excessively guilty. Here’s some useful tips on how to cope with guilt and how to make yourself ...

Mar 27

Categories: Adult psychological development, Caregiver Issues / Stress, Women's ...

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What Email Does To Your Brain

An email has the power to drastically change our mood, and perhaps change a good day into a horrible one. Add that to the fact that emails often come in a deluge and – voila! Read on to find out what emails do to our brains.

Mar 27

Categories: Stress Management

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How Powerful is an Apology?

Be it as a sincere remorse, marker of politeness or for perfunctory purposes, most of us apologise for our wrongdoings. Saying sorry may help to mend broken promises, but have we over-estimated the power of apology?

Mar 25

Categories: Friendships, Relationships & Marriage

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Stop Being Socially Lazy and Start Enjoying Yourself

It can be a little awkward for some, if not most of us to talk to strangers. Running out of topics to talk about can definitely be a concern. Even so, new research has shown that constantly stepping out of our comfort zones to interact with ...

Mar 25

Categories: Mental Health in Asia

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'Phubbing': The Modern Way To Kill Your Relationship

The linguistic blending of phone and snubbing reflects the phenomenon that we commonly see nowadays - phubbing. Snubbing your partner to look at your phone, researchers discover that phubbing is now the swift and silent relationship killer.

Mar 25

Categories: Friendships, Relationships & Marriage

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