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Anger is a sign that something needs to change. — Thriving Under Pressure

One of the most common requests from my psychology coaching clients is to help them find healthier ways of expressing their emotions. For Example: Anger That said, it’s not as simple as becoming “more calm” or “less explosive”.

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Re-parenting Your Inner Child — Dr Nicholas Jenner

We have seen clearly in my previous set of posts how an inner critic is formed from the defense mechanisms used by the wounded, criticised child and how these can be taken forward into adulthood…

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Resistance To Change — Kaahsh

Change is considered to be an important aspect of life. Every single person goes through some change or another. A change of environment; change of friends; change of priorities; change of interests; and many more such things.

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OCD & Humor – Is Life a Tragedy Or a Comedy? — Overcoming OCD

OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) is no laughing matter. It is a devastating mental disorder that can easily turn one’s life into a living hell. But that does not mean we cannot use a little bit of humor to cope with this terrifying disorder.

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The Psychology Behind Color Selection of Doors — When Women Inspire

The front door is the first thing guests see upon entering your home. Inside the house, the interior doors also matter. Let’s talk about the psychology behind color today, as it relates to the doors of your residence.

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Living An Honest Life — DSM (Defeating Stigma Mindfully)

Think back to when you were five years old and the way that you viewed the world. If you were raised in a good family, then you can relate to the fact that almost everything around you was based on the idea of having fun.

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The Concept of Compassion in Psychology — Human Performance Psychology

Compassion-focused therapy (CFT) is a form of psychotherapy developed by Paul Gilbert for people struggling with shame and self-criticism. It is an integration of ideas concerning: Jungian archetypes; evolutionary approaches to human behavior, suffering, and growth; neuroscientific and cognitive-behavioral ideas… […] …

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