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Wellbeing

How to Deal With Uncertainty

Dealing with uncertainty A lot of people have been talking about ‘these uncertain times’ lately. But let’s remember that times are always uncertain. Us twenty-first-century humans tend to construct our lives to give a sense […]

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Why self-care is important

Amid the chaos of caring for dependent younger and older family members, friends, pets, and physical possessions, we often lose sight of ourselves. Our busy lives and heightening careers mean we are so preoccupied with […]

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How to Make Sense of Science in the Media

  The need to understand science in the news has never been more important. Much of it is conflicting and confusing, and it can feel overwhelming to mentally process. So, how can we try to […]

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How to soothe distressing emotions: exercises in compassion

Did you know that not only does compassion help to soothe distressing emotions, it actually increases feelings of contentment and well-being?   Throughout history people have sought to cope with a life that is often […]

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Meditating is Easier Than You Think

Do you want to meditate but don’t know where to start? Suze Yalof Schwartz is the founder and CEO of Unplug, a drop-in meditation studio that aims to share the joy of meditation in its […]

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The Link Between Happiness and Time

No matter how busy we think we are, it is possible to savour life’s best moments. With the right habits, we can live efficiently and effectively, and yet still see time as abundant. In this article, we […]

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How to Tackle Intrusive Thoughts

Sometimes the main problem in OCD is the presence of unpleasant thoughts, or intrusive thoughts, which just pop into your mind. The thoughts are usually horrible and repulsive. But the harder one tries to avoid having […]

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Puzzles for Mindfulness

Restful puzzles and brain-training activities can help relieve stress and inspire creativity. Feel the tension release as you focus on each achievable and fun task you will experience the endorphin reward buzz as you successfully […]

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How to Change Your Life by Changing Your Environment

Most of us at some point have wished for stronger willpower – whether to lose weight, improve our relationships or achieve more at work. But willpower is not the answer for meaningful change. In his […]

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Coping with Anxiety

Most of us feel anxious at certain times in our day-to-day lives, for instance when taking an important exam, going to a job interview or making a public speech. Usually, as the situation passes, the anxiety drops. […]

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Why Helping Others Brings You Joy

Abigail Marsh is a social neuroscientist who has closely studied the brains of both the worst and the best among us-from children with psychopathic traits whose families live in fear of them, to adult altruists […]

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