What's a simple four-letter word that is considered everyone's companion throughout life?

The answer is Loss.

Loss is an inevitable part of our existence, it will happen sooner or later. And when we think of loss, we often think of the death a loved one. This is indeed the most relevant reason, but loss is much more than that.

Do you sometimes hate yourself for overthinking and not being able to enjoy the moment? Do you struggle with focusing on one task at a time?

With all the changes that are happening around us in today's busy world, we all think too much, want too much and forget too much, that we often rush through life without stopping to notice much. So, how do we improve our well-being while paying more attention to our own feelings and to the world around us?

Are you dealing with stress or anxiety? Do you want to eliminate fear, change bad habits and achieve your goals? 

Since stress has been identified as the health epidemic of the 21st century, you’re definitely not alone.

While going to therapy might sound like a good idea, how about trying another alternative that’s easy, effective and most importantly cost-free?

This new method is called Tapping.

What comes to your mind when you first think of boundaries?

Maybe you would think of the boundaries between the countries, or the defining line of a shape.

You’re actually right, because boundaries show where one thing ends and another begins. However, they could mean much more than that.

So, what are boundaries in psychology?

We’re entering unprecedented times with this Coronavirus pandemic.  There are many things individuals and families can do to stay as physically and mentally healthy as possible despite any constraints.  Below, we share lots of practical ways to look after your mental health and stay sane if you are stuck at home.

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