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via the Ladders by Tim Denning It’s easy to find yourself feeling bad about your life — rather than feel good. Your thoughts can become louder than your actions. Your mind can become a disgusting swamp of negativity that drags you under the surface and makes...

via Psychology Today by Bryan Robinson "We don’t have unlimited time, yet we live as though we do. How can we use the truth of our mortality to enrich the time we have and live the lives we want and not the lives we settle...

via the Huffington Post by Lindsay Holmes For years, experts have been recommending the same healthy lifestyle habits to reduce stress and improve your mood. (In fact, we published a list of them recently.) The advice stands the test of time for a good reason: Studies show...

via Fast Company by James Carmody A new year brings both hopes and anxieties. We want things to be better for ourselves and the people we love but worry that they won’t be, and imagine some of the things that might stand in the way. More...

It's hard (impossible!) to be happy if you're overly self-critical. It's hard to be happy if you can't / won't forgive yourself. It's hard to be happy if you can't practice self-compassion...

When it comes to organ donation rates in different countries around the world there are stark differences. Explicit consent rates in some countries (e.g. Austria, France and Hungary) are over 99%. That means effectively every person has agreed, before their death, to be an organ donor. In a number...

If happiness involves living authentically. Then happiness will be difficult, if not impossible, if you're constantly feeling like you're not living your own life. Imposter syndrome is a common experience for many; and one that involves (among other things) not feeling worthy of that which you've achieved. The...

via Inc.com by Deborah Grayson Riegel After you email an expensive proposal to your price-sensitive client, or leave a message for your boss request for vacation time during the busy season, or ask for a raise or promotion (or both) after your last performance review, you have to wait patiently to hear...