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Violence vs non-violence in relationships

Violence vs non-violence in relationships

The non-violence wheel offers a view of a relationship that is based on equality and respect. Use this diagram to compare a healthy vs an unhealthy abusive relationship (see violence wheel). The non-violence wheel is also helpful in setting goals and boundaries in personal relationships. […]

Dreams: Important Signs You Can Read About Your Mental Health

Dreams: Important Signs You Can Read About Your Mental Health

Dreams have deeper significance than simply metabolic function. They used to say that a “rare bit” of cheese could result in crazy dreams. While it is true that sometimes your diet can influence the electrical impulses in your mind during sleep, owing to the way […]

Why You Should Step Out of Your Comfort Zone More

Why You Should Step Out of Your Comfort Zone More

Your comfort zone can give you security, peace of mind and a sense of calmness, but it can hold you back too. Whilst we all live within our own personal comfort zones to an extent, it’s important to step outside from time-to-time and make healthy […]

Amazing Mental Health Benefits Of Fishing

Amazing Mental Health Benefits Of Fishing

Fishing might have always made people feel better, after a hard work’s week, or an unfortunate event in their lives, but now some studies show how true that is. If you have ever felt down and a day spent fishing made you feel good again, you know […]

The Principles that Guide Social and Emotional Learning

The Principles that Guide Social and Emotional Learning

The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning or CASEL, social emotional learning is defined as a process by which an individual, young or old can successfully employ acquired knowledge, attitudes and skills that are required to  Identify and properly respond to emotions from either […]

Health and Wellness Benefits of Working for Yourself

Health and Wellness Benefits of Working for Yourself

If you have hankered to be your own boss for some time but are unsure if taking the leap is the right decision, please consider this: there can be a number of health and wellness benefits that come from working for yourself.  As for how […]

Typical family interactional styles

Typical family interactional styles

What is the interactional style of your family? Find out here…

Abusive relationships and depression

Abusive relationships and depression

Abusive relationships tend to cause depression and/or anxiety. Some victims of abuse remain traumatised for years after leaving an abusive relationship and many suffer from post traumatic stress disorder. Some survivors of abuse have even be likened to prisoners of war, suffering the equivalent negative […]



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