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CBT 2/2

CBT 2/2

Sometimes as we process our thoughts, we corner ourselves cognitively where we think negatively about ourselves. This is usually done as a coping mechanism in order to avoid anxiety provoking situations. I usually like to compare this to horse...

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CBT Part 1/2

CBT Part 1/2

  CBT is one of the most researched forms of psychotherapy, mainly due to its efficiency in helping with symptoms of depression and anxiety. What does it stand for? CBT stands for Cognitive Behavior Therapy. Its basic premise stems from the...

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50 Shades Safer

50 Shades Safer

BDSM, which stands for Bondage, Dominance, Sadism & Masochism is an acronym for a multitude of fetish play types and scenarios including bondage, power structures, domination/master roles, pain, and other physical and emotional ‘extremes’. ...

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The secret of Empathy 2/2

The secret of Empathy 2/2

In previous blog ‘The secret of empathy’ we discussed about how empathy is based into our brain, however to be empathetic as much as possible it’s important to keep learning all the time. Here are several methods which could...

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The secret of Empathy 1/2

The secret of Empathy 1/2

Even though we tend to see the world through the prism of our own reflection, at the same time we are social creatures surrounded by other people and it’s crucial to our personal development, our relationship and society itself to try understand...

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Jealousy

Jealousy

Imagine your partner has been invited to a night out with friends. How would you feel? Would you be fine with it, or would you feel uncomfortable, or jealous maybe? Jealousy is a common problem in relationships. A survey of marital therapists...

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