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    5 Ways to Cope with Parenting Stress 

    The uncertainty in the world may be getting on your nerves, and the problem is that you are not the only one you need to worry about. Your children can also feel your stress and that can create stressed teenagers. If you and their own children were struggling with anxiety before the pandemic, it have […] More

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    The Fallacy of Positive and Negative Emotions 

    For too long, Western psychology has explored psychopathology without much inclusion of the positive aspects of being human, which may leave us with a dreary or grim sentiment of psychology. Fortunately, being interested in wellness, personal proliferation, and positive psychology is a growing trend. In an attempt to explain things simply, there is often a […] More

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    Buddhist Psychology, Shame, and the Coronavirus Crisis

    Have you had difficulty in their own lives? If so, it’s nothing to be ashamed of. The First Noble Truth of the Buddha is that life is difficult. Anguish, mourning, and torment are unavoidable features of our human live. The Buddhist term for dissatisfaction is dukkha; to be alive is to experience dukkha. The Buddha […] More

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    How to Cope with Losing Your Job

    If you’ve been laid off or furloughed, you’re not alone. As of early April, 22 million Americans have lost their jobs and applied for unemployment benefits. Not having a job during the pandemic can feel especially destroying due to the sheer magnitude, loss of control, and confusion, said Jill Jacinto, a occupation professional in New […] More

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    Quarantine Quandaries: How to Beat the Hum Drum of Isolation

    In recent months we have been introduced to COVID-1 9, a virus, which has thousands of people across the globe, exposed with indications and many others fearing exposure and risk. There are widespread recommendations for social distancing, with thousands in quarantine and considerably more being advised to work from dwelling. For countless industries this wonders […] More

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    7 Counterintuitive Ways to Bolster Your Relationship

    Many relationship-boosting suggestions make sense–and follow conventional wisdom: Show affection. Fight fair. Go on years routinely. Be grateful for your partner. Of course, these are very helpful and important tips-off to know and tradition. But not all relationship advice is intuitive. At first glance, a lot of effective recommendations may even seem downright wrong. We […] More

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    Being Ashamed of Our Shame

    Shame is a universal, complex ardour. It is something we all experience. But oftentimes we’re not aware of the hidden behaviors it operates in us. We may become so fused with our reproach — it may loom so large in our subconsciou — that it unconsciously drives us. Shame is the belief that we are […] More

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    Psychology Around the Net: February 22, 2020

    In this week’s Psychology Around the Net, we explore the mental health benefits of exercising alone, how poor accumulation feels in bipolar illness, how to avoid depression during menopause, the promising study of psychedelics for mental health, and the importance of discussing severe mental illness on the college campus, and more. The Mental Health Benefits […] More

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    Podcast: Clutter vs Hoarding- How to Live Clutter Free

    Are you drowning in clutter? In today’s podcast, decluttering expert Tracy McCubbin marks the 7 emotional clutter blocks that is able to hiding in your psyche and proposals tips-off to overcome each one. For example, do you have a basket full of unopened mail? Do you have an incongruou number of name-brand shoes collecting dust […] More

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    9 Unique Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas for Everyone on Your List

    When we think of Valentine’s Day, we conceive chocolate-covered everything, large-hearted and light balloons, and stately, costly gestures. But these presents might not precisely show your true-life gratitude and love for the special beings in your life. Below, you’ll find nine creative and distinct Valentine’s Day gift doctrines for your collaborator, boys, best friend, mama, […] More

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