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The therapeutic use of visual imagery involves creating vivid mental images of something, whether an actual past experience (like your 21st birthday) or making up something that has not actually happe

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Who we are today – our personality, the way we think, perceive, react, feel about people, situations, our world and ourselves is shaped by the experiences we have had – it’s a cumulation. Many times

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#Self care is a trending topic often spoken and written about and fairly so - it is an essential element of wellbeing and optimal physical and mental health. However, many times the recommendations on

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Many of us struggle with stress and overwhelm from our extra busy, fully packed professional and personal lives. It is also often difficult for people who need it the most, to find the time and energ

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While working with the freshman cohort of one of the leading universities of Singapore, I noticed that FOMO was the unifying factor for this diverse group of young people from across countries, cult

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Apologies are a common and often unavoidable part of our communication in our personal and professional lives and can serve to either repair or worsen the damage to an already hurting relationship.

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This is a small story, holding a big message. Hope It Inspires You :)
The Professor began his class by holding up a glass with some water in it.
He held it up for all to see & asked the st

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Why forgive?
Forgiveness is often seen and dismissed as a virtue of the saints. Most people cling dearly to their anger, pain and sense of injustice. The choice of not forgiving might temporarily

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Pause is a way of nature, it is part of the natural flow of life. After every breath you take in and let out – you pause, after every word you say you pause. In fact, everything that seems like a seam