Minds

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How I Manage My Social Anxiety at Work — And 6 Ways You Can, Too

As I look around my office, I know that one in ten of my colleagues have social anxiety. But I still feel like it’s my secret problem.

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Do You Have A Post-Divorce Life Plan?

Do you have a life plan? If not, why not? Especially after a divorce, folks should have their future goals and aspirations clearly mapped out and organized.

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Gaslighting: How To Recognize It And Protect Yourself

Gaslighting is a form of psychological abuse. It is defined as a way to manipulate someone to make them question their own sanity.

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I Wanted A Therapist, Not A Matchmaker

My therapist revealed the man was his client. He wanted to set us up.

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Why It’s Powerful When Celebrities Like Britney Spears Talk About Mental Health

Any Millennial and Gen-Xer will tell you that Britney Spears defined a generation.

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9 Super Subtle Signs Your Partner Is Gaslighting You 

No, hun. You are not ‘too sensitive.’ But if your partner keeps saying that, you may be experiencing gaslighting.

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Approval Seeker?: How To Overcome The Need To Please Others

Approval addiction — or the intense desire to obtain approval or avoid rejection from other people leads to certain habitual behaviors.

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Letters To The Dead: Shadow Writing For Grief & Release

Some grief is inert. Some grief is an engine. Sometimes actively participating in grief, I’ve learned, is one small way we can learn to escape its riptide.

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