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  • InLifestyle

    How Stopping Apologizing Can Change your Life

    Sorry, can be both the easiest and hardest word to say. When it comes to admitting we were wrong and hurting other people, it can be difficult for even the most humble of people to say. But in contrast, we have all been in situations where we say “sorry” automatically, without even having done anything wrong.

    Have you ever apologized when someone has walked into you in a corridor – even when it wasn’t your fault? Have you ever said sorry when you are taking back a defective gadget that you have just bought – and certainly didn’t break?

    This is called over-apologizing. It is a common problem and one that you would be forgiven for thinking that wasn’t an issue. In fact, it can be having a big impact on your life and the way that people look at you, without you even knowing about it.

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  • InLifestyle

    Accepting Addiction: The First Major Hurdle in Recovery

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    Denial works in mysterious and destructive ways when it comes to addiction. Usually, it is deviously manipulating its way through the mind of the addict, convincing a person, through any means necessary, that everything will be okay.

    However, it also manifests in the people around the addict, too, distracting them from the painful truth that’s right in front of them. However, while denial is certainly a cyclical and sometimes paradoxical process, it’s not impossible to see beyond it. Read more

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  • InLifestyle

    Vienna for Music Lovers

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    When most of us travel we like to indulge our passions. It is always interesting to explore a place using your interests and hobbies as the focus for your itinerary. Taking this approach greatly improves your chances of enjoying your holiday.

    If you are a music lover, Vienna is a great destination. As you will see, when you read on, it has something to offer almost regardless of what type of music you enjoy. Read more

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  • InHealth

    What are the Characteristics of an Ideal Mental Health Therapist

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    Being a Mental Health Therapist there are certain characteristics that must be portrayed; especially if the therapist want to be effective in their job. This allows you to work with a diverse group of people from different background and culture. It is important that the therapist learn how to interact with each patient to the best of their ability. Getting to know your patient is the best thing that you can do for you and your patient. This will allow them to open up to you more, build a relationship and develop a connection that can lead to learning about their problems. At Betterhelp there is numerous mental health therapist from different areas that can help with individual needs. If you consider yourself of having these 5 traits then you are well on your way to becoming an ideal Mental Health Therapist: Read more

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    Dating Without Apps In 2019

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    The world of dating has flipped on its head in recent times. When the internet was still a new thing, and people were trying online dating for the first time, we all used to lie about where we met our partners. For some reason we all thought it was nerdy to say that we met on a dating website, so we’d make up some elaborate story about a mutual friend, or a chance meeting in a bar.

    Fast forward to 2019, and dating has done a complete 180. From speaking to couples, it can feel like nobody meets their love match by chance anymore; we’ve become entirely accustomed to using websites or apps to do the job for us. There are babies in the world who’ve been born because their parents met through Facebook. Match.com once got so confident about its’ matchmaking abilities that it offered money back if it couldn’t find you a date. As of April 2017, 19% of all US internet users were using dating websites or apps regularly. That isn’t 19% of single people, that’s 19% of all people who use the internet in the whole USA, including all the people who are married or in relationships. Take them out of the equation, because we hope they’re not looking online for fresh dates, and you’re looking at a massive number of people. Read more

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  • InLifestyle

    Why you should Learn a New Language

    Why you should Learn a New Language

    If you travel or live in a country different from your birth country more likely you will come across people that speak a different language from you. Learning a different language can become overwhelming but you would like to interact with each other and break the language barrier. What is preventing you from learning a different language? Learning the basics of different languages is not hard; especially when there are tons of resources available online and elsewhere such as language audibles, books by the library, in store, language trainers and we can also communicate with each other. All of these resources are helpful when trying to learn another language. Read more

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  • InHealth

    How to Release Mental Health Problems

    How to Release Mental Health Problems

    Your mental health has a lot to do with your emotional and psychological well-being. If you have mental health problems you should seek support and guidance. Good mental health practice will have you living a happy and healthy lifestyle. Some ways that you can deal with mental health issues that will demonstrate resilience and your ability to cope with situations involves: Read more

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    How to Help a Friend Overcome the Battle with Addiction

    It can feel hopeless when you have a friend struggling with addiction. They are fighting, and there’s nothing you can do about it. Or so it seems.

    Addiction is a very personal problem, and it’s one demon that a person must overcome themselves. But that doesn’t mean you’re completely powerless. The best way you can help a friend overcome the battle with addiction is by playing a supportive role.

    Here are a few ideas you can practice to help your friend overcome the battle with addiction.

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  • InLifestyle

    Much Ado About Nothing, Or Is It?

    Life isn’t always easy, is it? Sometimes we have periods of our lives where we can start feeling a little worried or anxious about where it is going. There is no hiding that we can’t always have it easy in life and that we never really know what is around the corner. So if you find yourself worried about certain things in life, is it really worth the stress and anxiety? I wanted to explore some of the common worries we can all have at times, and perhaps make you see that it might not be all it’s cracked up to be when it comes to the stress you feel. Is it all much ado about nothing? You decide.

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    How to Decorate a Theme Party

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    If you’ve never decorated for a party before, it might appear to be simpler than it really is. Sure, you’re going to purchase decorations and set them out before everyone arrives, but that process can be more time consuming than you might realize.

    To throw a great themed party complete with decorations, you will want a plan. Here is a simple guide to making sure your decorating plan is on point, so your guests will be amazed. Read more

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  • InLifestyle

    The Importance of Self-Worth

    As we journey through life, challenges and hurdles are thrown at us from all angles. This is normal. The uncertainty of everyday life is part of the adventure and part of the fun! What’s important is that even if the challenges become overwhelming, you maintain a strong understanding of your talents and your abilities.

    This is a post dedicated to the power of self-worth and why you should never forget how great you are, even at the worst times.

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