The Difference Between Guilt and Shame

Since shame and guilt are often felt simultaneously, one may be confused for the other. However, there are many key differences between guilt and shame.

Apr 18

Categories: Shame

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Coping with the Losses that Come with Aging

Aging is an inevitable process, and with this natural biological process comes a whole slew of losses, both internal and external. Here’s how to help you and your loved ones cope with these losses.

Apr 18

Categories: Aging & Geriatric Issues, Depression

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The Value of Homework Post-Therapy

Does homework post-psychotherapy increase its effectiveness? Or is the quality of the session more important? Here’s what some studies have found.

Apr 17

Categories: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Other

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Abstract Temptations Are Easier to Avoid Than Specific Ones

Research shows that specific temptations are harder to avoid than abstract ones, because specific descriptions are more appealing than abstract ones.

Apr 17

Categories: Control Issues, Other

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An Early Warning Sign of Dementia that Surfaces 9 Years Before Memory ...

A new study has found that changes in sense of humour can occur almost a decade before memory loss, the most common symptom associated with dementia.

Apr 14

Categories: Dementia

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Using Yoga to Relieve Depression

A new study shows that yoga can have a positive overall effect on people with depression.

Apr 14

Categories: Depression

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How To Raise Children With Short Attention Spans

New research has found that attention spans could be “passed on” to your children! Read more to find out.

Apr 13

Categories: Child Development

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Spanking Children Promotes Antisocial Behaviour and Slows Mental ...

There are many ways to correct a child’s behaviour and one that some parents may use would be spanking. Research has shown that spanking is one of the ways to correct misbehaviour but at a very huge cost.

Apr 13

Categories: Child Development

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The Learned Attitude That Makes Children More Anxious and Violent

The values and beliefs of society have a tremendous impact on a child’s personality. New research has discovered the reason to why children in certain countries are more likely to be more aggressive than children from other countries.

Apr 13

Categories: Child Development

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How Body Language Helps Difficult Conversations

During difficult conversations, it is not only the words that matter, but our non-verbal actions too.

Apr 12

Categories: Other, Workplace Issues

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A New Type of Depression

Scientists have recently discovered a new type of depression, which may account for approximately one third of all cases of major depression.

Apr 12

Categories: Depression

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The Literate Brain

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.

Apr 12

Categories: Academic Issues

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What Do You See in People?

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?

Apr 11

Categories: Mental Health in Asia, Self-Esteem

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How to Banish Bad Habits and Control Temptations

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.

Apr 10

Categories: Mental Health in Asia

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The Easiest Way To Kill Stress And Tension

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 ...

Apr 10

Categories: Stress Management

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