"Let is go" Concept for noblest virtue

Forgiveness is the noblest virtue: Dada Vaswani

Forgiveness need not be a struggle, if we realise that it is also a great gift and a blessing

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Root to stem cooking: how to best utilise food scraps

Using food scraps means using every part of an ingredient. By doing so you're adding more nutrition and flavour to your meals and reducing the burden on our environment.
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How to resolve everyday conflicts in marriage

Resolving everyday conflicts in marriage doesn't requires ridding ourselves of our differences; it means learning to turn our differences into assets
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Eczema: Causes, diagnosis and cure

Eczema can strike anyone, anytime. And like any skin condition, it has both physical and psychological effects
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The 7 strategies of learned hopefulness

In these times of pandemic woes, when even the future seems grim and uncertain, cultivating "learned hopefulness" can help immensely
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Authentic spirituality in the age of decadence

Hedonistic pursuit of pleasure under the garb of spirituality is a worldwide phenomenon that has brought millions into its fold. Are you, too, a victim?

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Digital books versus print books for children

Without enhancements, digital books may harm young children’s learning

When digital books have features that reinforce storylines they outperform print counterparts
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New understanding of brain’s fear response

A deeper understanding of the brain's fear response mechanism could lead to better ways to help people with anxiety disorders, says new research
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A transformational coach makes players more independent, less reliant

Long-term reliance on a coach might be counterproductive to athletes, a new study has found
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Does COVID-19 increase the risk of Parkinson’s disease?

Is the world prepared for a wave of neurological consequences that may be on its way as a result of COVID-19? This question is at the forefront of research underway at the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health.
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Your emotional vocabulary reflects the degree of your wellbeing

Whether your emotional vocabulary is negative or positive reveals your state of health and wellbeing, says new research

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How to cultivate compassion in times of adversity

There are multiple benefits to practising compassion. Here are a few ways to cultivate compassion during these adverse times

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Answers to commonly asked questions on office romance

Answers to 7 commonly asked questions on office romance by orgnisational psychologist Amy Nicole Bakervideo
Organisational psychologist Amy Nicole Baker shares the real answers to commonly asked questions about office romance

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Breaking my smartphone addiction was the best decision ever

If asked to give up your smartphone for one day, could you do it, asks Megan Zakrzewski

The narcissistic family: rotten to the core

All it takes is one narcissistic member in the family to ruin the dynamics of the entire family and negatively impact more generations than one

A guide to loving yourself (and attracting a great relationship)

Self-love is said to be the key to many of our life's issues. But how does one really go about loving oneself?