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» 'Social Snacking' – Facebook Users Update Their Status to Feel Less Lonely
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» Despite 'Healthier' Options, Fast Food Is Still High in Calories
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» The Road to Resilience – How to Build Emotional Resilience
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Life is full of shocks and traumas, from job loss to the death of a loved one. And yet, though no one escapes such pain, some do seem better able to cope...

» Dealing With an Alcoholic Parent
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» What Is Social Exchange Theory?
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» Developing Your Personal Effectiveness and Self-Management
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» Ways to Overcome Mental Blocks and Boost Creativity
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» Pathological Liar Vs. Compulsive Liar
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» Chromophobia – Fear of Colors
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» When Is Criticism Unfair? – How to Deal With People Who Unfairly Criticise You
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» What Is a SWOT Analysis? – Definition and Examples
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» How to Accept and Learn From Your Mistakes
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» What Causes Selfishness? – How to Deal With Selfish People
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We all know someone who is selfish. These are the people who will make decisions that benefit them, seemingly without giving any thought to the impact this might have on others...

» What Does Wishful Thinking Mean?
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» Coping With Feelings of Inadequacy
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Most people feel inadequate at some point in their life. Indeed, it is quite natural to feel that way. After all, there is always someone smarter, wittier, or richer than you...

» How to Boost Your Energy Levels as You Age
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The gradual loss of energy is one of the most unpleasant side effects of the ageing process. And it can be noticed at any age...

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