Embracing Emotions: Dive into Sad Quotes with BetterLYF

 Life is a rollercoaster of emotions, and it's okay to feel sad sometimes. At BetterLYF, we understand the importance of acknowledging and processing our feelings. That's why we've curated a collection of sad quotes ...

Apr 8

Categories: Depression, Grief, Loss, Bereavement, Self-Love

Written By:
Saumya Das

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How Does Proper Nutrition in Mental Health Play a Vital Role?

Your brain works 24*7! Even while you sleep, your brain keeps on working. It controls and takes care of your feelings, physical movements, thoughts, senses, heart, and entire body. So, just think about how important it is to take good care of your brain and provide a constant supply of fuel. Here, the fuel is a complete and balanced diet of all ...

Apr 3

Categories: Eating Disorders

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Emotional Maturity Emerges From Opposite Truths

Have you ever worked with someone whom you deeply dislike and still figured out a way to collaborate with them for the sake of the deal/project/business?

Apr 2

Categories: Relationships & Marriage

Written By:
Dr Oberdan Marianetti

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The High-Functioning Paradox: When Success Feels Empty

We’ve seen them – the seemingly flawless individuals who effortlessly climb the corporate ladder, navigate social circles with grace, and curate picture-perfect lives on social media.They’re the high-functioning achievers, the ones we often hold up as paragons of success. But what if, beneath the polished exterior, lies a ...

Mar 21

Categories: Adjusting to Change / Life Transitions, Career Development and ...

Written By:
Corrine Lin, Counsellor

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Couples Therapy: Restoring Trust and Connection After Infidelity

Infidelity may be one of the most severe blows to any relationship, as it destroys trust and makes people who are involved feel completely helpless. However, even that spark of hope is not lost amid everything, including human suffering as well as strife. Couples therapy is a very effective way to ...

Mar 18

Categories: Couple Counseling, Relationships & Marriage

Written By:
Saumya Das

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Is Parental Alienation Real?

Parental alienation is a controversial topic. Professionals in the legal and psychological fields have mixed opinions if it exists. Part of the problem is deciphering if the allegations of abuse are factual. Accusing someone of parental alienation is divisive and does not result in cooperation ...

Mar 13

Categories: Child and/or Adolescent Issues, Child Development, Divorce / Divorce ...

Written By:
Dr Monica Borschel

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Supporting Parents Through Pregnancy and Parenting Challenges

 Pregnancy and parenting can be a time of great joy and excitement, but it can also be a time of stress, anxiety, and uncertainty. If you are struggling with any of the challenges that come with pregnancy or parenting, therapy can provide support and guidance.

Mar 8

Categories: Parenting, Pregnancy & Birthing

Written By:
Corrine Lin, Counsellor

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Understanding the Trauma of the Divorce Process

Divorce can be traumatic ...

Mar 7

Categories: Adjusting to Change / Life Transitions, Child and/or Adolescent ...

Written By:
Dr Monica Borschel

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Emotional Blackmail Ruining Your Relationship

Are you in a relationship where the other person is often trying to make you feel guilty? If you do something wrong, does the other person stop talking to you or won't explain why they are upset and say that you should know by now? Does the other person often make veiled or direct threats to leave you if you don't feel good? Are you often ...

Mar 7

Categories: Abuse / Abuse Survivor Issues, Couple Counseling, Emotional Abuse, ...

Written By:
Tammy M. Fontana, MS NCC CTRT Sex Therapist USA

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From Grief to Acceptance

Further down we will open the umbrella on what the world understands as loss. Let's start with what we recognize as one of the most painful experiences one will ever encounter. Yes, we tell each other that death is part of living, but when it actually knocks on our door it  will most likely finds us unprepared. The shock, the disbelief, ...

Mar 5

Categories: Depression, Grief, Loss, Bereavement

Written By:
Monica Doyle - Trauma and Couples Therapy

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Improving communication with your partner

First let's get one thing straight. Couples argue! Well, humans argue. The dream of an ever peaceful relationship is only that, a dream. That doesn't mean that we were made to live in constant battle mode, and when a relationship feels like that, something has to be done.Here are some tips that, if put in practice, can definitely ...

Mar 5

Categories: Couple Counseling, Relationships & Marriage

Written By:
Monica Doyle - Trauma and Couples Therapy

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This is how I Started Asserting Myself

Years ago, I was attending a free-form movement class regularly and got to know a person whom I knew was a popular NLP coach in Singapore. Whenever we spoke, he would make it a point to reach out and touch me somewhere along my shoulder to arm without warning and definitely without asking.

Mar 3

Categories: Life Purpose / Meaning / Inner-Guidance

Written By:
Dr. Martha Tara Lee

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Why Might Someone Seek Relationship Counselling?

With relationships, we feel we're complete, which shapes our happiness, well-being, and overall satisfaction. However, maintaining healthy relationships can be challenging, and at times, couples may find themselves facing issues that seem unresolvable. In that case, we use relationship counselling as a solution.  

Mar 1

Categories: Relationships & Marriage

Written By:
Saumya Das

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Bridging Hearts: Exploring the Pathways of Relationship Counseling

Every human life Relationship is like sailing on the open sea, sometimes it is calm and piece while some days it like full of stormy. The journey of love, mutual conflicts, and challenges is unavoidable, but just as a trained sailor navigates stormy waters, couples can take direction or advice from relationship counseling to navigate through ...

Feb 15

Categories: Relationships & Marriage

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