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Archive for July, 2015


Posted by admin 12:13 am, 28 July 2015

I  was lately reading an article where Katy Milkman, a Wharton professor, has come up with a technique that will help you stop procrastinating, while developing healthy and productive habits. This life-changing system is called Temptation Bundling.

In her article she discussed “I struggle...

Addressing mood swings in yourself and others

Posted by admin 6:29 am, 27 July 2015

Emotions are usually caused by an internal or external trigger.

People have mood swings because for lots of reasons:

E.g. Tiredness, stress, reaction to others, relationship problems, mental health issues.

How to cope with your own mood swings:

Stop what you are doing and...

Who is the partner with the secure attachment style?

Posted by admin 8:28 pm, 19 July 2015

I have been reading Attached by Amir Levine and Rachel Heller and when reading about securely attached individuals, do any of you scratch your head and wonder how these anomalies exist in the world?  Okay, maybe it’s just me. But these individuals have been coined the super humans of evolution...

How to get a good nights’ sleep!

Posted by admin 4:19 am, 9 July 2015

Sleep is a very important factor in maintaining good mental health. When sleep quality is poor, it makes it hard to cope with life’s challenges and can make you feel like you’re running on empty. When sleep quality is poor, it’s...

Narcissism and Shame on Social Media: An Interview with Mary C. Lamia, Ph.D.

Posted by admin 8:13 am, 3 July 2015

What emotions would you say are the most prevalent in your daily life?  Joy? Sadness? Anger?  Fear?  With the obvious answers, it’s a natural to overlook Shame.  After all, how often do we experience shame on a day-to-day basis?  Sigmund Freud argued that shame and repressed emotion are paramount...