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Parents in Denial

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Parents in Denial

I have symptoms of depression. But my parents are not willing to accept. How can I show them reality? Hey! Dealing with a mental illness can be a lonely road, and at times we need the care and love of those closest to us. Depression weighs on us a like a foggy dark cloud, makes our daily functioning difficult and often sends us off on a spiral questioning the point of things. Often people struggling with depression smile and drag their feet along just to look like things are okay – but they know they are not. Family members often...

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Nurturing Anti Fragile Kids

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Nurturing Anti Fragile Kids

 New-age parenting is confusing, even for a therapist. We want to do right by our child, but doing right may not always mean choosing an emotion-based curriculum or teaching your child 3 languages before they turn 4. In the pursuit to be better parents clients often ask me “What is the best way to raise my child?”.  A mompreneur who found her to way to therapy always brushed her concern for her daughter’s delayed milestones. Nonetheless, within her harbored fears of her daughter’s delayed development. The relief she experienced when her daughter finally moved from crawling and babbling to walking...

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Timesheet Anxiety

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Timesheet Anxiety

Timesheets! It should be a synonym for micromanaging. This stupid style of managing work has got me feeling wired and under a lot of stress. How do I manage it better? Timesheet Slave WFH has left your micromanaging boss clueless about how many minutes you spend drinking tea, eating lunch, or in the loo during your workday. This has pushed your boss to use one of the least effective tools for time management, timesheets, to watch over you. Timesheets do not make anyone feel good about them.The structure of the tool makes each minute of yours accountable to someone else,...

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The Empathetic Starbucks

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The Empathetic Starbucks

Empathy, the ability to step into the shoes of another person, is a skill accentuated by almost everyone in the business of human interaction. Being empathic, makes one feel understood – gives one the freedom to express their feelings and perspectives without fear of judgement. It’s like dropping a ton of weight and then experiencing a huge sigh of relief. Practising empathy is simple, doable and most importantly necessary to bridge the gap between friends, family members or a professional and his/her client. Here’s the interesting part, empathy, is not only used by psychologists and psychiatrists, it’s used even by...

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