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    Therapy is the New Six Pack: How Mental Health Became Mainstream
    by Megan Jackson
    Therapists are the fabric of our society, especially during these unprecedented times. Throughout 2020, record numbers of children and adults sought NHS services for problems such as anxiety,
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    Navigating a Modern World: Burnout Signs, Prevention and Treatment
    by Megan Jackson
    Due to the pandemic, the boundaries between work and leisure have become eroded. Our schedules, job security, financial stability, working environments, and responsibilities,
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    Invest in yourself by understanding your behaviours
    by Anetta Hegyközi
    Invest in yourself and discover your mind this year. Taking care of your mental wellbeing will pay off.
  • Mental health over the pandemic
    Therapists, the unsung heroes of the pandemic
    by Anetta Hegyközi
    Mental health has worsened over the pandemic. Therapists have stepped up to attend to a hightened workload.
  • A Happy Day in the Office
    A Happy Office is a Productive Office
    by Anetta Hegyközi
    The relationship between productivity and happiness has been long established by research. It seems only logical that positive wellbeing
  • New Years Resolution
    Are New Year’s resolutions self-defeating?
    by Anetta Hegyközi
    Have you got your New Year’s resolution ready? Have you kept it or broken it already? Or are you one of the cool ones that decided not to have any this year?
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    Am I clingy? Here’s how to identify and manage clinginess in relationships
    by Arteo
    Do you find yourself checking on your partner multiple times a day and getting anxious when they spend time without you? You may have clingy tendencies. Here’s how to recognise and manage this form of anxious attachment.
  • holidays mental health
    Christmas and mental health: how to look after yourself during the holidays
    by Arteo
    Christmas can become a stressful time and affect our mental health. Here’s how to make it less overwhelming and prioritise self-care when things start getting chaotic.
  • stressed during Christmas
    Two in five Brits feel stressed during Christmas
    by Arteo
    If you feel Christmas anxiety creeping in, you’re not alone. According to a YouGov survey, many Brits struggle with stress, anxiety, loneliness, and depression around the holidays.
  • quiet BPD
    Quiet BPD: what it is and how to recognise the signs
    by Arteo
    Quiet BPD is a subtype of Borderline Personality Disorder. The main symptoms of quiet BPD are internalised mood swings, people pleasing, and anxiety regarding relationships.
  • gambling addiction
    7 strategies to prevent getting back into gambling
    by Arteo
    Gambling addiction can be difficult to overcome. To resist gambling urges, identify your triggers, find new activities to do, and try healthy stress coping strategies.
  • pathological liar
    Compulsive lying: how to spot a pathological liar and cope with one
    by Arteo
    Also known as pseudologia fantastica or mythomania, compulsive lying is a condition where a person tells grandiose fake stories for no apparent reason. Here’s how you can spot a pathological liar and cope with one.
  • Mental Health Practitioners
    Lack of Regulation in the UK Allows Unqualified Mental Health Practitioners to Exploit Vulnerable People
    by Arteo
    In the UK, "counsellor" and "therapist" are not protected terms. We can all use them to describe ourselves.
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    Who is an empath? 15 signs to tell if you are one
    by Arteo
    Are you always in tune with other people’s emotions, experiencing them as if they were your own? Do you get emotionally involved easily and always want to help people? You might be an empath.
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    The real-life Korean debt crisis behind ‘Squid Game’
    by Arteo
    Behind Squid Game’s dystopian plot hides a harsh economic reality: the debt crisis that affects millions of South Koreans and is one of the major factors behind the country’s high suicide rate.