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Latest Articles

Falling Positively

The Pitfalls of Positive Thinking

Published 06 March, 2019 | Thinking Skills

Do you ever feel like you should be positive but you just don't feel it? No matter how hard you try to look on the bright side?

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A Psychopathic Girl

No Strings on Me: Is There a Psychopath in Your Life?

Published 26 February, 2019 | Relationship Advice

Ever been toyed with by a psychopath? Conned? Manipulated? Ever dated or been married to one? Worked for one? Voted for one? Perhaps you've even been attacked by one? Maybe you just know one?

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Girl raising hand

How to Handle a Bully

Published 29 January, 2019 | Personal Productivity

Here are five steps to confront a bully at work

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How to Heal a Broken Heart

How to Heal a Broken Heart

Published 04 December, 2013 | Relationship Advice

As with any of life's difficulties, having a strategy to help you through heartbreak and come out stronger makes the difference between extended emotional agony and a swifter-than-you-could-have-believed recovery.

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Would you like to be unnaturally bouncy in the morning?

How to Wake Up Bright and Breezy

Published 06 October, 2011 | Sleep Problems

Have you ever noticed that the average amount of sleep people seem to need is always 'five more minutes'? The dreaded alarm goes off or your partner yells at you to WAKE UP! And it's "just give me five more minutes" - as if 300 more measly seconds will replenish the awakener all they need for the day ahead.

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