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What if the secret solution to being bullied was within reach

Adolescence is a period of significant change and growth, where young people face many challenges as they navigate their way toward adulthood. One of the most critical challenges is dealing with bullying, which can have severe and long-lasting effects on mental health and well-being. Adolescents who experience bullying often struggle with self-regulation, making managing their […]
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The harder you try not to stress the more stress you feel.

Ever hear yourself say this under your breath? Stress is a natural part of life, but sometimes the harder we try to avoid it, the more stressed we become. This phenomenon, known as “paradoxical intention” or “reverse psychology”, can occur when we put too much emphasis on avoiding stress. It can lead to a self-fulfilling […]
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Do you want to make decisions you will be happy with?

Making decisions can be a stressful and overwhelming experience. Our minds are bombarded with information, and the pressure to make the right choice can be intense. However, research has shown that the best decisions are made when we are in a state of coherence or self-regulation. Have you ever found yourself saying I am just […]
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Supercharge Your Non-Negotiable Habits

Self-regulation is the ability to control one’s thoughts, emotions, and behaviours. Have those New Year’s Resolutions become a thing of the past? Self-regulation is crucial to creating and maintaining non-negotiable habits because it gives you the power to stick to your commitments, even when faced with challenges and temptations. It could be your new “Super […]
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How Not To Take Work Stress Home with You

Do you ever come home irritable because you had a rough day at the office? Do you take your frustrations from work out on your partner or family? After a long day at work, many of us find ourselves taking out our stress on friends, children, or significant others. And if we’re not careful, we […]
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Is your reaction yours or someone else?

A few days back, my husband and I discussed a small lilac bush we had planted. It was less than a foot tall and was growing in a new seed grass area. Over the last couple of months, I dutifully watered it. It seemed to be growing well. I could feel the emotions welling up […]