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What I Learned from the Wailing Wall

What I Learned from the Wailing Wall

CreditsBy Dr Melané van Zyl In July, I visited Israel for a leadership coaching course. As part of the sightseeing, we saw the wailing wall. It was Sabbath, so we were not allowed to take photos or even write notes to stick on the wall. Lifts, toasters, coffee...

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What is stigma in mental health?

What is stigma in mental health?

According to the Oxford dictionary stigma is “a mark of disgrace, associated with a particular circumstance, quality, or person. Stigma is when people judge you negatively because you have a certain characteristic or attribute. A large part of society think you are...

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Sleeping Helps to Clean the Brain

Sleeping Helps to Clean the Brain

The exact reason why we sleep has long been one of the greatest mysteries of modern science. Many different theories have been proposed, but the fact is that no one is entirely sure why we spend roughly a third of our lives asleep. There has been a great deal of...

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What Is Revenge Bedtime Procrastination?

What Is Revenge Bedtime Procrastination?

CREDITS VeryWellMindBy Kendra Cherry What Is Revenge Bedtime Procrastination? Revenge bedtime procrastination refers to a phenomenon in which people put off going to bed to engage in activities that they don’t have time for during the day. It is a way of finding time...

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The Psychology of Cyberbullying

The Psychology of Cyberbullying

CREDITSVeryWell MindBy Arlin Cuncic Cyberbullying refers to the use of digital technology to cause harm to other people. This typically involves the use of the Internet, but may also take place through mobile phones (e.g., text-based bullying). Social media is one of...

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10 Signs That Show You Are A Modern-Day Hippie

10 Signs That Show You Are A Modern-Day Hippie

CREDITS By ZenBear “Hippies” were a youth movement that began in the United States during the mid-1960’s. They were known for their long hair, colourful clothes and love of life and freedom. Hippies are also known as flower children, free spirits, indigo children and...

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What I Learned from the Wailing Wall

What I Learned from the Wailing Wall

CreditsBy Dr Melané van Zyl In July, I visited Israel for a leadership coaching course. As part of the sightseeing, we saw the wailing wall. It was Sabbath, so we were not allowed to take photos or even write notes to stick on the wall. Lifts, toasters, coffee...

read more
What is stigma in mental health?

What is stigma in mental health?

According to the Oxford dictionary stigma is “a mark of disgrace, associated with a particular circumstance, quality, or person. Stigma is when people judge you negatively because you have a certain characteristic or attribute. A large part of society think you are...

read more
Sleeping Helps to Clean the Brain

Sleeping Helps to Clean the Brain

The exact reason why we sleep has long been one of the greatest mysteries of modern science. Many different theories have been proposed, but the fact is that no one is entirely sure why we spend roughly a third of our lives asleep. There has been a great deal of...

read more
What Is Revenge Bedtime Procrastination?

What Is Revenge Bedtime Procrastination?

CREDITS VeryWellMindBy Kendra Cherry What Is Revenge Bedtime Procrastination? Revenge bedtime procrastination refers to a phenomenon in which people put off going to bed to engage in activities that they don’t have time for during the day. It is a way of finding time...

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The Psychology of Cyberbullying

The Psychology of Cyberbullying

CREDITSVeryWell MindBy Arlin Cuncic Cyberbullying refers to the use of digital technology to cause harm to other people. This typically involves the use of the Internet, but may also take place through mobile phones (e.g., text-based bullying). Social media is one of...

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10 Signs That Show You Are A Modern-Day Hippie

10 Signs That Show You Are A Modern-Day Hippie

CREDITS By ZenBear “Hippies” were a youth movement that began in the United States during the mid-1960’s. They were known for their long hair, colourful clothes and love of life and freedom. Hippies are also known as flower children, free spirits, indigo children and...

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