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Nutrition and Well-Being

Everyday Psychology | Posted by Shane McSweeney | December 11 2017 | | Tags: , ,
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Nutrition and Well-Being We are all aware of the benefits of good nutrition and physical health. It improves heart health, reduces the risk of diabetes, high blood pressure and certain cancers, but what about taking care of the mind? Do those extra chocolate bars and lack of vegetables in your diet have an influence on […]

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Winter Blues

Everyday Psychology | Posted by Alannagh Kelly | December 6 2017 |
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The buzz and bliss of the summer is well and truly over. The evenings are long, dark and most likely cold and wet. Its no wonder we are all prone to the winter blues at some point or another. This is perfectly normal. However, sometimes we may find that these blues linger around for a […]

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How to Stop Doubting yourself

Everyday Psychology | Posted by Shane McSweeney | December 4 2017 | | Tags: , ,
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How to Stop Doubting yourself Everyone has times in their life when they feel inadequate and emotionally drained, but some of us feel that way more often than others. Many of us tend to focus on the negative events and unfortunate situations that have taken place throughout the day. Do you know what you want […]

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How to improve your work/life balance

Everyday Psychology | Posted by Alannagh Kelly | November 29 2017 |
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You’ve finally arrived home after an 8-hour shift. Its Friday, so roll on the weekend! No sooner are you in the door, the phone begins to buzz. Have you finished the report? We need to schedule some meetings for next week. Can you have a think over the weekend of how we can pitch this […]

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High Expectations and Well-Being

Everyday Psychology | Posted by Shane McSweeney | November 28 2017 |
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High Expectations and Well-Being Expectations are our predictors of how we want things to go.  There are two sides to expectations- what we expect from others and what we expect from ourselves. And how we manage those expectations is critical to how we view our experiences and pursue our goals. High expectations can have a […]

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Goal Setting

Everyday Psychology | Posted by Rebekka Johnston | November 17 2017 | | Tags: ,
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Goal setting can be positive. Whether you are setting goals, for your career, relationship, family, or day-to-day, it is important to recognise what your objectives are to determine achievable goals. However, you need to know how to set goals to achieve them. Goal setting should begin with a lot of thought on what you want […]

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Psychology of Dreams

Everyday Psychology | Posted by Rebekka Johnston | November 16 2017 | | Tags: ,
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To this day, science cannot fully explain what dreams are or why we have them. We pay little attention to the content of our dreams after we wake up, especially since our memory of the dream rapidly fades away as the day goes on. Dreams are associated with certain stages of sleep. The brain is […]

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How does failure impact us?

Everyday Psychology | Posted by Alannagh Kelly | November 8 2017 |
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Picture this. You’re in an interview for your dream job. The interviewer asks you about your competencies and why they should offer you the position. You’ve prepared for this moment and rehearsed the answer many times. You open your mouth to answer, but suddenly your mind goes blank. You quickly try to come up with […]

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The Good Enough Parent

Everyday Psychology | Posted by Rebekka Johnston | November 2 2017 |
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Being a parent is hard work. Especially with the advancement of technology, some parents may find it harder. Most parents will aim to achieve three objectives of parenting: health and safety of the child, helping the child grow and learn, and transferring similar cultural values. A good relationship between parent and child is essential for […]

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Changing Jobs

Everyday Psychology | Posted by Alannagh Kelly | November 1 2017 |
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Changing jobs can be a very challenging experience and often comes with a whole package of emotions. On the one hand we have excitement. It’s a time for change, growth and new opportunities. We may also feel sad at the prospect of no longer working with our favourite co-workers or clients. We may not know […]

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