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Have you ever returned to your car to see a piece of paper pinned under your wipers and thought “oh shoot, I got a parking ticket”, only to discover a handwritten note chastising your parking? In this article, we look into the psychology behind why we might leave such a message on someone’s car windscreen, and what we could (and should) do instead.
Technology and social media give us a unique opportunity nowadays to connect with many more people and foster these relationships we all so crave. So, why do some people troll online or cyberbully others?
Inspired by Will Smith’s incident at the Oscars 2022, the present article offers an insight into such behaviours and offers a healthier and rewarding – yet painful – way out.
We might not be able to fully protect our children from the world we have created for them, but we can limit some of the damage. We can hold them – both physically and metaphorically. Here’s how:
Here is a summary of my key notes that I want to share with you who are currently undergoing a change or going through a transition.
Words define the nature of our reality. Our perception of reality can influence how we feel and how we choose to behave, as well as impact our physical health. Research indicates that negative words can cause symptoms of anxiety and depression including irritability, disrupted sleep and appetite. They can also lead to decreased cognitive functioning, […]
I have been offering online therapy for over a decade and have always advocated for its effectiveness and reliability as a means of delivering therapy.
When we get stressed our body may become tense. It can help to try a simple relaxation technique using our toes to release the tension. We can apply this technique when we feel stressed and we may repeat it as many times as we wish until we feel the tension leaving our body.
Over the next few days, as we all settle into our new routines, it’s possible some of us will feel we aren’t doing a “good enough” job. At times like these it is even more important to stay connected with oneself.