emotional intelligence: how to respond, not react.

emotional intelligence: how to respond, not react.

Ever find yourself just snapping? You say something you almost immediately regret. Tears seem to pop up for no reason. You’re in a total panic and don’t know why. This is an emotional reaction.

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a sleep hack to help you drift off in minutes

a sleep hack to help you drift off in minutes

This easy ear massage is the latest sleep hack helping people drift off in minutes. Whether you are feeling particularly stressed or suffer with insomnia, struggling to fall asleep can really...

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therapist-approved tips to tackle nighttime anxiety

therapist-approved tips to tackle nighttime anxiety

From ‘polyvagal’ exercises to tricking your brain into tiredness – try these practical tips. Tossing and turning in bed, anxious thoughts fill your mind: you think about all the things you haven’t...

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trans people’s mental health is at crisis point in UK

trans people’s mental health is at crisis point in UK

Trans people’s mental health is at crisis point in UK, warns experts. Helplines report rising demand, as conversion practices decision follows years of ‘negativity from government, media and...

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six core personality traits of highly sensitive people

six core personality traits of highly sensitive people

These are the six core personality traits that highly sensitive people possess, says study. Highly sensitive people can get a lot of stick – often labelled as ‘too emotional’ or someone who...

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how feelings help you think

how feelings help you think

The surprising science of how feelings help you think. A new book explains how our emotions—not just our rational thoughts—are often running the show upstairs. Leonard Mlodinow has made a career...

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small talk can save lives

small talk can save lives

A stranger’s small talk saved my life, it could help others feeling hopeless. When I was 19 years old, I was struggling to cope. My experience of university wasn’t what I thought it’d be.

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stop overthinking everything

stop overthinking everything

Mental tricks to stop overthinking everything: stop worrying and start growing. Being a leader requires confidence, decisiveness, and quick thinking--none of which are served by overthinking every...

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magic mushrooms safe to treat mental health

magic mushrooms safe to treat mental health

Magic mushrooms safe to use for treating mental health conditions, study finds. A trip to the doctor for a dose of magic mushrooms could help treat mental health conditions like PTSD, according to...

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how to control your negative inner voice

how to control your negative inner voice

There’s no escape from the voice in our head, whether it’s memorising information or creating cataclysmic scenarios, and it impacts everything we do. It’s why Ethan Kross, a psychology professor...

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Are New Year's resolutions powerful or pointless?

Are New Year's resolutions powerful or pointless?

1st January may seem like an arbitrary date to start self-improvement, but there are good psychological reasons for doing so. Almost every year of my adult life, I’ve started the New Year with a...

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what is gaslighting?

what is gaslighting?

What is gaslighting? The meaning and origin of the term explained. There are plenty of buzzwords in the dating and relationship worlds which are silly and of little consequence long-term...

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