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Our self-esteem is formed by the opinions and beliefs we hold about ourselves. The feelings we hold about ourselves (whether positive or negative) are linked to our overall wellbeing and influence many facets of our daily lives. For example, self-esteem can affect whet...

Practicing self-care is a fantastic way to restore ourselves on a mental, emotional, and physical level. The benefits of practicing self-care also extend outwards into elements of our everyday lives, such as family, interpersonal relationships and work.

According to the National Center for Biotechnology Information, 8% of Americans will be affected by posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) at some time in their lives, and more are affected by forms of trauma outside the bounds of PTSD. Despite the numbers, for many of u...

Being fully present can help us to alleviate negative thought patterns that cause us distress, reducing anxiety in the process. Living in the present is also one of the most effective ways to stay connected to yourself, while remaining fully engaged with what is happen...

September 24, 2019

Establishing healthy personal boundaries for ourselves can feel counterintuitive due to cultural and social preconceptions. There is a common notion that by not setting boundaries people are somehow “good” or “loving” because they are less likely to upset those around...

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