If you feel like you’re in a funk at the moment, you’re not alone. Here, clinical psychologist and Headspace App mental health expert Mary Spillane explains how to get yourself out of a rut.
«We can all better our mental state by being a little more mindful each day, and by taking a moment to reflect and assess what we want from our future, we can help live each with a sense of purpose.»
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«time is inherently connected to our happiness and well-being — but also to corrupt structures that detract from our lives and livelihoods.»
While previous statistics have shown that work friendships are crucial to a happy working life, new data shows that employees are lonelier than ever.
«Make sure that you find ways to use your voice and share your work on weekly meetings, group calls, quarterly summaries or another way you can [think of to] showcase your work," she suggests.»
Avoiding outfit repeating is a privileged mindset that almost nobody can keep up with, yet the pressures still exist.
Love bombing can be hard to detect since kind gestures can be mistaken for genuine interest. Here’s how to know if you’re dating a love bomber.
«When love bombing is used as a manipulation strategy, it violates others' boundaries and needs, leading to people feeling excessive guilt or feeling unsafe in the relationship»
Men are making TikTok videos asking for feedback on their dating app profiles - and women aren’t holding back.
9 hairstylists predict the top hair trends for the fall-winter season.
As someone who, like Dan, knows what it’s like to struggle to put socks on, I’m willing to give it a go.
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