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Psychological diversity - The future solution to inclusiveness!

All ‘inclusive’ conversations focus on advantages organizations can gain from diversity of background, culture & gender. ‘Psychological diversity’ is the idea which is inclusive of all kinds of diversity! 375 more words

Psychological Well-Being

Businesses today need psychologists! Period!

In a world where productivity & efficiency hinges on the quality of employee’s thinking, managing emotional health and demonstrating sustainable behavior, psychological factors are no longer secondary! 454 more words

Psychological Well-Being

Breadwinner Blues: Traditional Role for Men Detrimental

The American Sociological Association has noted a study that reveals the expectations associated with traditional gender roles is detrimental to men’s well-being.

The study is, “Relative Income, Psychological Well-Being, and Health: Is Breadwinning Hazardous or Protective?” by Christin Munsch, an assistant professor of sociology at University of Connecticut (UConn) and her graduate assistants. 185 more words

Men's Mental Health

Most of us work in constantly connected, always-on, highly demanding work cultures where stress and the risk of burnout are widespread. Our current work culture is a direct reflection of the increasing complexity and demands faced by businesses globally. 1,065 more words

Psychological Well-Being

In today’s times, most sustainability conversations focus on the larger economic, social, and environmental systems: the three dimensions of sustainability. Organizations are striving to maintain growth while reducing consumption of natural resources and caring for the health of our communities and natural habitats. 246 more words

Psychological Well-Being

Heed Your Pain!

Pain, whether physical or emotional, is a sign that something needs attention. Heed your pain — try to find its cause — especially if it repeats itself later on. 140 more words

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Forgiveness of Others, and Psychological Well-Being in Late Life

In direct opposition to the steps outlined by Frankel (1998), research by Scobie and Scobie (1998) suggests that many people instead follow what they call the “Christian Model” of forgiveness. 446 more words

Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder