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Conscious Parenting

A relationship with our parents is the blueprint that stays with us forever. On the quality of that relationship depends the success of our future relationships, our life satisfaction and happiness, and our overall wellbeing. Sometimes, we may struggle with problems of our childhood long into adulthood. In short, experiences from our childhood become the […]

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Happy Habits

You may have heard many times that happiness is a habit. Research shows that happy people think and behave differently. In short, happy people have different habits. But, how can we learn to be happy? According to a law of attraction expert, Marci Shimoff, we all have the potential to manifest abundance of love, success, […]

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A Conscious Pause and How it Can Help You

What is a Conscious Pause? A conscious pause means taking space between moments in your day-to-day life. Our lives are hectic, filled with personal and work demands and self-imposed things to accomplish that push our minds and bodies to move fast. This kind of lifestyle generates ongoing stress that can seriously affect your health and […]

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Cultural Definition of Good vs. Bad

In most cultures, good and bad are based on society’s perspective and represent the opposites. In other words, good and bad are usually perceived as part of an antagonistic duality. Most commonly, the concepts of good and bad are based on what is and what is not acceptable based on cultural and social standards. Good, […]

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Coronavirus Anxiety

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic is triggering increased stress and anxiety in many people around the world. In situations of uncertainty like this one, it is natural to be concerned and to experience anxiety. When we feel threatened, our brain activates the flight or fight response, whose main purpose is to protect us. So, being a […]

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Fusion vs. Defusion

In Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), cognitive fusion represents our tendency to get attached to thinking patterns to the point where we cannot separate ourselves from our thoughts. Simply said, cognitive fusion means that you believe what your mind tells you and let this belief completely dominate your behavior. When you become fused to thought […]

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Mindfulness Techniques

Mindfulness can be described as your ability to be present and intensely aware of what you are sensing, thinking, and feeling in the moment, without interpreting or judging it. Practiced through meditation, mindfulness involves relaxing practices such as guided imagery, deep breathing, and other methods that can increase your mood, alleviate stress and anxiety symptoms, […]

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What is Projection?

Projection is a form of defense mechanism in which we transfer unwanted feelings, qualities, or impulses into another person. In other words, when projecting, a person is unconsciously taking their unwanted or harmful feelings or thoughts and attributing them to someone else. For example, someone who is overwhelmed by anger and hostility may project these feelings […]

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Importance of Sleep

Sleep is vital for your well-being and survival. Without sleep, your body and brain wouldn’t work properly. While you rest at night, your brain forms the neural pathways that let you learn and remember information and create new memories. Your body and brain stay active while you sleep to help protect your health and quality […]

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