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A+B=C: The Rx Prescription for Optimal Happiness

I’ll begin this article with a simple question: Do you respect yourself enough to walk away from those people that limit you? Sure you do. But what about what really limits you, your thoughts? These are what truly blocks your growth and lead to unhealthy negative emotions such as depression, anxiety, …

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Trauma: A doorway to Enlightenment

In the midst of feeling overwhelmed by post-trauma symptoms it seems as though there will never be a way out of suffering; the more so when it is recurring. Your emotional state influences how you perceive reality; therefore, it is normal that at these times, your felt experience is that …

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THINk and Grow Fit

It’s been said that the way to a person’s heart is through her/his stomach, but did you know that the way to your stomach is through your mind? Yes, once again, “The link is what you think.” Judy Beck, in her book, “The Beck Diet Solution,” describes this in detail, …

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Reap the benefits of Self-confidence

Self-confidence has long been the concern of human beings. The association of success with being self-confident dates back to Greek philosophers. In his book Rhetoric, Aristotle lists confidence as one of the keys to being a persuasive orator, which in modern times equals to being an influencer. He describes confidence as the “expectation associated with a …

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Postnatal Depression – how to get through it

Often, Postnatal Depression (PND) goes undetected because the symptoms are explained away as either part of life as a new parent or the “baby blues”.  Yet, PND, also known as Postpartum Depression, is a reality for many mothers. You don’t know when you will have it or if you will experience it. You …

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