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  • Get Out of Your Own Way

    Let’s cut right to it: sometimes, you get in your own way. This week, we’re exploring the way Self-Sabotage Sally shows up in our lives, what she usually sounds like and how to get her out of the way.
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  • How to have those tough conversations

    Let’s face it, no matter how similar you may be, no two people think the same, so disagreements are inevitable. But this doesn’t mean that all your dreams can’t still be a reality. We just have to be realistic. Intimate relationships are just the same as any other relationship in our lives; there will always be things you like and dislike about your friends and family and you may not always get along and that’s totally normal. We’re humans, we are all different and we can’t always agree!
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  • The Practise of Letting Go

    Letting go is a process. It is sometimes painful, sometimes effortless but should be continuous. In this piece, we’re not talking about burning everything that once belonged to your ex, sending angry text messages, having a big cry or dancing the pain away (though the last bit sounds fun). We’re talking about facing up to the emotions and the pain.
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  • How to respond to someone’s good news

    Professor Shelly Gable, from the University of California, undertook some research to learn more about how we respond when someone shares their good news with us, and how our responses to that good news can improve (or impede) our relationships.
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  • How to kick ass for the rest of 2019

    So, half the year is gone and Christmas is just six months away. We’re not freaking out… you are. Before you start panicking about everything you haven’t done yet, give yourself a pat on the back for making it this far and let’s do a little check-in.
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  • 7 best apps for mindfulness

    Do you wish you had a better handle over your mind - without feeling like you're constantly at the mercy of every thought or feeling that pops up? We've compiled a list of our top mindfulness apps to help you foster greater self-awareness, self-compassion, and create more calm in your world.
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  • Not your usual mid-year reflections

    The middle of the year is a great time for reflection and we’ve got two great forms of reflection for you to try. These two new ideas have one thing in common: no judgement. So put away your ol' 2019 resolutions, tuck them somewhere you’d forget and let’s get started at turning this year into something we’re actually be proud of.
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