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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

What OCD? OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) is an anxiety disorder, characterised by recurrent, persistent thoughts (‘obsessions’), and/or the presence of repetitive behaviours that one feels compelled to carry out (‘compulsions’). People with OCD will often relate to experiencing intensely negative intrusive thoughts or images, combined with feelings of doubt or danger, or feeling excessively responsible…

Mental Illness Awareness Week – Bringing awareness to our mental wellbeing – our collective responsibility

Since the pandemic hits us in 2020, we are talking about mental health way more frequently than ever before. In a way, that has brought a lot of people’s attention to their mental wellbeing. However, it shouldn’t have taken a pandemic to serve as a wake up call in raising awareness of our mental health. …

Sowing the seed of self-compassion

Have these thoughts ever come across your mind? “Why didn’t I do better?” “How could I have missed that point? I’m such a fool…” “I could have seen that coming! If I had been more careful…” etc. Self-criticism is common and it exists as almost part of our daily lives. We criticise ourselves more often…

Improving mental health at work

People might argue that having an international happiness at work week is unnecessary when there are countless other important causes to highlight. However, the fact is that we spend most of our lives at work and therefore it is essential to focus on enhancing employee’s happiness and their mental health in the workplace. Most businesses…

Tame Your Temper: Tips on Managing Anger

“Anybody can become angry — that is easy, but to be angry with the right person and to the right degree and at the right time and for the right purpose, and in the right way — that is not within everybody's power and is not easy.” – Aristotle Anger is a normal, natural human…

Burnout: The Ugly Truth

In the last 18 months, the world has collectively gone through a massive shift in how we all live our lives. Traveling has now been reduced dramatically due to different government restrictions and requirements. As a result, those whose job has not been significantly disrupted during the pandemic has continued working through it, barely taking…

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