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How Automatic Negative Thoughts Take a Toll

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Negative thinking patterns can be a significant source of distress. Negative thoughts can trigger anxiety and depression, impair your physical health, strain relationships, and much more.  What are Automatic Negative Thoughts? Automatic negative thoughts or ANTs are unintentional, random negative thoughts that cross our minds. It is believed that around 50,000 such thoughts cross our […]

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Conscious Uncoupling Explained in Five Steps

Conscious Uncoupling woman recovering from breakup

Breakups hurt – on the Holms-Rahe Stress Inventory, the breakup of a lasting relationship ranks as the second most stressful life event. Breakup or divorce typically generates tremendous emotional aftermath, especially when you have children together.  Relationships and people in them change over time. You may have had unrealistic expectations in the beginning of your […]

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How To Break The Cycle Of Perfectionism

Being self-disciplined and organized are qualities that can help you perform better at school and be more productive and successful at work. These traits allow others to see you as reliable, responsible, and capable.  Self-discipline, emotional and cognitive control, focus, planning, organization, and time management are essential aspects of executive function. We use executive function […]

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How to Find the Right Life Coach for You

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Sooner or later, most of us will find ourselves at the crossroads, struggling to make decisions, fulfill our dreams, or overcome challenges.  Why Do You Need a Life Coach? Maybe you feel insecure and need help in making important life decisions. You might not know how to commit and maintain relationships. Maybe you need support […]

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How to Heal from a Toxic Relationship: 10 Steps

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A toxic relationship is a damaging relationship characterized by insecurity, control, and abuse.  Whether it is a romantic one, within a family, or a toxic friendship, a toxic relationship typically pulls you in a cycle of abuse where you doubt yourself, always feel guilty, and desperately seek reconciliation. These relationships can diminish your self-esteem and […]

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7 Ways to Cultivate Happiness Every Day

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The term happiness describes a state of subjective well-being and life satisfaction. It includes positive emotions that may range from contentment to thrill.  Being happy means that you are satisfied with where you are in life instead of dwelling on the life you could be living. Happiness is a great feeling. On an emotional level, […]

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What Is Body Positivity? | 4 Ways to be More Positive

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Body positivity refers to a rejection of ideas that your appearance must fit a specific frame. It encourages positive body image, pointing out that all people deserve to appreciate their bodies regardless of physique most acceptable by society. For decades, we have been exposed to social pressures to look a certain way. We feel validated […]

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Are You Too Stressed? 7 Ways To Manage Stress

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It is hard to find a person who doesn’t feel stressed about something in their life. Some stress may be productive, as it motivates you to perform better and reach your goals. However, ongoing or excessive stress can impair your ability to perform day-to-day tasks and harm your health. Too much stress can lead to […]

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7 Ways To Stop Seeking Validation on Social Media

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As humans, we are naturally wired to crave attachment and validation. We share an instinct to connect and bond with others, and there is nothing wrong with that. However, in the age of the Internet and technology, social media has become the place we turn to for contact, inclusion, and validation. It seems we have […]

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Deeper Dive into Avoidant and Insecure Attachment Styles

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Family relationships and early childhood experiences can considerably affect a person’s character, attitudes, emotions, behavior, and mental health. Unhealthy family interactions and attachment styles can influence one’s personality, causing profound distress in a person’s adult relationships and well-being.  Insecure attachment styles typically stem from some sort of early trauma. A child who grows up with […]

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