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Find Some Clarity In Your Life

September 20, 2019

If you feel like you’re a little bit of a lost cause in life, then we can promise you: you’re not alone. It can get to the point where you feel like your life isn’t on the right path, or you’re being forced down a path because that’s the one that society wants you to go down. We feel like we should have a house, we should have a nice car, and we should have a family. And when you…

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Making The Best Changes: Fixing Our Bad Parenting

September 10, 2019

We’re all human, we all make mistakes, and we have emotional crosses to bear. But sometimes, when we witness emotional issues like anxiety in our children, we have a direct impact on this. Turning the mirror onto ourselves is something that we need to do, but it’s a challenging thing to undertake because it means admitting that we make mistakes. And when we have children, and we think we do everything we can for them, sometimes we have to learn…

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It Isn’t The End.

August 2, 2019

As you get older – especially if you are a woman – there is usually only one question on everyone’s lips: When are you having a baby? Most people ask this question in complete innocence, with no idea of the effect that such a simple question has just had on you. They don’t mean to be insensitive when they ask you about your dreams for creating a family of your own: they simply are enquiring as to whether you have…

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Subtle Changes To Yourself That Could Make You Feel So Much Better

July 26, 2019

There are a lot of important things in life. Some value their work and place an awful lot of worth on the projects they’re invested in. Some care about their homes and keeping them perfect for themselves and everyone else. There are people out there that place importance on the strangest and wackiest of things. It’s a free world, and we’re able to like whatever we want to like (unless it’s morally wrong!)  One thing we all deem important, however,…

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An Insight Into the Brain Performance Centers At Neurocore

July 18, 2019

In a bid to learn more about the brain, researchers have performed different types of research. For starters, they have learned that the mind is made up of neurons. The electrical activity within the brain is also regulated through the use of chemical signals. Although scientists have not yet learned a lot about the brain, they are still conducting different forms of research. To learn more about how the brain functions, researchers have developed forms of technology such as EEG.…

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Talkspace Closes The Curtain On Their Second Round Of Funding

July 11, 2019

Two weeks ago, Talkspace made headlines as they rounded up a $50 million financing round. The Revolution Growth firm had a leading role in running the expedition. The online therapy platform also made the most of a host of investors, including Omura Capital, Compound Ventures, Norwest Venture Partners, as well as Spark Capital. The firm was expected to have a new member in their Boards of Directors in Patrick Conroy who would join them from Revolution Growth. The firm was…

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Is Objectifying a good thing to teach to our children?

June 5, 2019

Objectifying definition: “degrade to the status of a mere object.”   Our world has changed. Things are now taking a turn that everyone speaks about things that in the 80’s or 90’s were hidden, but thank goodness, people are now talking. Bullying is now a battle, still exists and many will turn the back or eyes to it, but it still happens but many are taking the internet to have a voice and push forward laws about it. BUT… what…

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3 Strategies for Building Coping Skills in Children with Anxiety

April 18, 2019

Unfortunately, more and more children are chronically anxious nowadays. Whether it’s due to the fast lifestyle, the pressure they feel or the lack of free time, this is a problem that can be controlled and finally solved. For this reason, many parents are constantly looking for new strategies for building coping skills in children with anxiety. Naturally, it’s very difficult for parents to see a young child suffer from anxiety. Therefore, many well-meaning parents unknowingly exacerbate anxiety by attempting to…

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Finding Balance in Your Work and School Life

February 28, 2019

Americans are hard-working people. We’re known for our commitment to our schooling and our careers. We’re known for being productive and working long hours. We’re known for leaving paid vacation days on the table, essentially choosing to work for free. We’re also, unfortunately, known for burning out. These things are connected, of course. When we work too much and too hard, or when we juggle a ridiculous school schedule, we hurt our mental health. We make ourselves less happy and,…

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