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Four Fs That Make a Difference

Four Fs That Make a Difference

Failure shows you which strategies aren’t working, and, if you watch closely, can point you towards better solutions.
Any commitment will be easier and more gratifying if it connects to what matters to you.
The larger your ambition, the more you want proper social support.
Whatever decisions you make now will increase the odds of you making similar decisions in the future.

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Gaslighting, the emotional abuse

Gaslighting- The Emotional Abuse that Goes Unnoticed in a Relationship

  Gaslighting is the word of the year. We have some articles on this. Feelings of doubt, inferiority, anguish, and even depression are some of the consequences of gaslighting, a type of psychological abuse often invisible in a relationship, which is based on making the couple doubt their speech or even their own emotional stability

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How Can I Explain the Impact of Narcissistic Abuse on Me? By Dr. Elinor Greenberg

How Can I Explain the Impact of Narcissistic Abuse on Me? By Dr. Elinor Greenberg

What to say when the people in your life do not understand narcissism? KEY POINTS It can be hard to explain narcissistic abuse to someone who has never experienced it. People will have trouble understanding why you stayed after the abuse started or how you got into that situation in the first place. Even though

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25 Fun Executive Functioning Activities for Kids (by Age)

25 Fun Executive Functioning Activities for Kids (by Age) Executive functions provide the necessary base for learning and development. They are the brain functions that enable us to focus, plan and organize our behavior. Because of them, we are able to reflect upon things we do, learn from experience, embrace different perspectives, and pursue and

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A Bystander Training Intervention Could Save a Life By Dr. Catherine Sanderson

A Bystander Training Intervention Could Save a Life By Dr. Catherine Sanderson

Training students to help friends can reduce the college mental health crisis. Many college students struggle with mental health issues, including anxiety and depression. Training college students in effective strategies for helping a friend struggling with mental health issues may increase help-seeking behavior. Students who receive training show stronger intention to intervene if they recognize

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