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How to Distance yourself from your Emotions
Humans are very messy creatures. Unlike most animals we share the planet with, we’re self-aware and we have conscious thought. This is great when it comes to solving problems and getting to the top [...]
Why Gut Health is Mental Health
It took us a long time to recognise the gut-mind connection, but now that we have, we’re finding all kinds of ways they influence each other. The gut microbiome has been linked to everything [...]
Is it Okay not to be Okay?
We often say that it’s okay not to be okay. But what does that really mean? Some people might think that that’s a defeatist statement or that we mean it’s okay to give up. [...]
How Reverse Psychology May Be Worsening Your Anxiety
Most people who suffer from anxiety know that the worst thing you can possibly do is try to force yourself to sleep. The more you worry about being tired in the morning, the more [...]
Has Your Company Led or Followed Mental Health in the Workplace Trends?
Twenty (or even ten) years ago, mental health was a taboo subject. While it was fine to talk about your deviated septum or a root canal, mental health was something to be endured quietly, [...]
Are all eyes really on you? Many people have a recurring nightmare that they are in a public place, and everyone is staring. When they look down, they see they’re in their underwear. Or [...]
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