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What you need to know (before you make a mistake)

What is relationship ocd

R.elationships: How can something that feels so good cause such agony? You know you love him or her, but every day – all day – you wonder if they are really the right one. Here’s what you need to know about OCD relationships – before you make a mistake … “Is he the right one?…

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Improve Your Family’s Mental Health at Home

Improve your family's mental health

By Rayanne Morriss Impressive mental health is characterized by feeling hopeful, resilient, happy, confident, adaptable, and staying in touch with people who are happy in our lives. When unexpected situations interrupt the way we live, our sanity begins to fluctuate. During the current crisis, many people find it daunting keeping their families in good mental…

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The Psychology of Conspiracy Theories During COVID-19

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With 2020 behind us, it’s no surprise it has been a very busy year for conspiracy theorists. We’ve heard everything from 5G spread diseases to microchip tracking, face masks to satanic pedophiles in government. Unfortunately, history tends to repeat itself. During the Spanish pandemic flu, which killed over 20 million people, there were anti-mask groups…

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Managing Well-being and Postgraduate Study During Covid-19

An Open Letter to the Fresher

Chrissie writes about her experience with prioritizing wellbeing when transitioning to PhD and the challenges PhD students face during the Covid-19 pandemic. – Chrissie Thwaites In September 2020, shortly after submitting the last work for my master’s degree, I started a doctorate. And there is no doubt about it: the transition to postgraduate research as…

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Did you know it was possible?

What is Adult Adhd

Y.They are easily distracted, cannot sit still, and misplace things. You are sure that it is not depression, bipolarity, or dementia. The fact is, you are slowly wondering if this is ADHD. “But it can’t be, I’m an adult.” Actually it is possible … … There is increasing evidence that ADHD symptoms can persist into…

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Not Keeping Calm, But Carrying On – My Brain’s Not Broken

Not Keeping Calm, But Carrying On – My Brain's Not Broken

While I mentioned last week that November was a very challenging month for my mental health, I was still uncomfortable sharing something too detailed for fear of hexing myself (yes, I’m definitely afraid that I will be over I’ll bewitch most of the good things in life, but that’s no problem for you to hear,…

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