Intervene If Your Child is Bullied

Dr. Tatiana Falcone, Child psychiatrist from Cleveland Clinic Children’s gives advice on immediate steps parents should take to mitigate the serious long-term risks posed by chronic bullying. An established body of research has linked bullying to teen suicides, but a newer study suggests the effects of chronic bullying in childhood can affect victims into their …

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52 Ways to Say You’re Angry

Jonice Webb, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist who is recognized worldwide for her groundbreaking work in defining, describing, and calling attention to Childhood Emotional Neglect (CEN). She writes, speaks, and trains therapists on the topic, and is the bestselling author of two books, Running On Empty: Overcome Your Childhood Emotional Neglect and Running On Empty No More: Transform …

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Four Reasons to Challenge Your Comfort Zone

It is no secret that one of the key ingredients of success is evolution. Whether it is in your professional or personal life, there is always room for improvement and the first step towards making headway is to step outside your comfort zone. As the famous founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, correctly stated "The biggest risk is not taking any risk. In a world that’s changing really quickly, the only strategy that is guaranteed to fail is not taking any risks." Whilst change could indeed be tough and even scary, here are four reasons why you should accept the challenge.

Behind The Brand: SHA Wellness Clinic

SHA is a worldwide pioneering clinic that is dedicated to significantly improving and prolonging the health and well-being of people by using natural therapies, that mostly derive from ancestral oriental knowledge and the most advanced western techniques. SHA does not simply view health as the absence of illness, rather, it is an optimum state of complete physical and mental well-being, with an ideal weight and vitality.

Stop Existing, Start Living!

We get so swept away by life and its responsibilities to the extent that we forget to embrace the little wonderful things that we have in it. We get so busy that we forget to live the life we hoped to have for so long and this is why we look for different ways to escape the reality of our life, without realizing that our escapism is the actual life we wanted to live. We get so busy with our day-to-day work that we leave no time for ourselves to enjoy the opportunities that we have and others don't. Yet, even worse, these day-to-day necessities become routine-like activities that we eventually lose interest in because of its repetitive nature.