A New Look at Adolescent Popularity

Past research into adolescent popularity tells us that there are two types of popular teenager: the aggressive teen, who is more likely to be coercive or hostile in seeking popularity;…

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Younger Self Advice

First systematic study of the advice people would give to their younger selvesIf you could travel back in time, what advice would you give to your younger self? It’s a…

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The Hard Work of Being ‘Lazy’

From The School of Life, London comes this (welcome) perspective on so-called laziness.You’re feeling resolutely “lazy”, unable or unwilling to do the things you “should” be doing. All you want to…

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Hikikomori: What Does It Mean?

Hikikomori describes people who stay holed up in their bedrooms or homes, isolated from everyone except their family, for many months or years. It refers both to the condition and the people who have it.

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Turning Intention Into Action

Let 2019 be the year for turning intention to action – with Dr Bek, Clinical PsychologistOur behaviour grows out of the philosophical assumptions we have – we assume the way…

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Life’s Deeper Meaning

CPG, as with CPD (continuous professional development), is how insightful people maintain, improve and broaden their knowledge, expertise and competence, to develop the personal qualities required to live a life well lived, on purpose.

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Ageing Gracefully

Self love as acceptance of the need to change, where change is indicated; the process of change, where change is underway; and telling your truth beautifully, where we embrace our human-ness with humility and kindness.

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