As parents, we often prioritise teaching our children to be polite, and respectful. While these qualities are undoubtedly important, it is equally crucial to empower children by allowing them to express their boundaries and say “no.” Encouraging children to assert
Families are the foundation of our lives, serving as the first social unit where individuals learn and grow. Within families, whether intentional or unintentional, comparisons often surface, shaping the dynamics and interactions among its members. The impact of comparisons within
Self-compassion, as advocated by psychologist Dr. Neff (2024), involves treating oneself with kindness and understanding during times of struggle or failure. This concept, popularized by Dr. Neff, has gained recognition for its profound impact on mental well-being and overall happiness.
Jista’ jkun hemm diversi raġunijiet għalfejn wieħed iħoss il-vojt f’relazzjoni. Ħafna drabi, dan il-vojt jista’ jimmanifesta ruħu bħala solitudni, konfużjoni rigward il-ħajja, dwejjaq, jew inkella nuqqas ta’ motivazzjoni. Xi drabi, jaf ikun hemm taħlita ta’ raġunijiet. Jista’ jagħti l-kaz
As we bid farewell to the past year, it’s an opportune time to reflect on our experiences and set new goals for the upcoming year. While individuals often focus on personal resolutions, it is equally important for couples to establish
Any couple can go through a hard time at one point or another. Common life stressors and transitions can affect even the happiest of marriages and include job changes, financial difficulties, or mental health challenges. These take their toll on
Time and money are two fundamental sources that shape our lives. Both are essential in achieving our goals and fulfilling our desires. The debate over which holds greater value, time or money, has long been a subject of contemplation and
In today’s fast-paced world, everyone is seemingly consumed with trying to keep up with everything. Unfortunately, amidst this whirlwind, it’s often the one thing that can be easily overlooked: your relationship. Lisa Brateman, a psychotherapist and relationship specialist, discovered that
Have you ever noticed the conversations you have with yourself? That little voice inside your head: is it a gentle and nurturing one, or is it a judgmental and critical voice that allows no room for mistakes?
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