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
The season of heart wrenching goodbyes are upon us. At this time of the year, the transient nature of Hong Kong is clearly evident. As the summer is fast approaching and the school year is coming to a close, many people are starting up afresh moving to a new country. If you are impacted by
“Self-care” is a term that has become increasingly popular in the last decade. When people think of self-care, they often think of bubble baths, facials or dinners out. And whilst these can all be acts of self-care, at its heart there is so much more to it. Self-care is any form of nourishment for your body,
“…Those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything” – George Bernard Shaw Any change that we want to make in our lives requires adopting a different mindset. Whether it’s about overcoming self-limiting beliefs, building resilience or grit, or learning how to thrive, the change process involves identifying what mindsets we need to adopt, and
Are you feeling more exhausted, overwhelmed, anxious, or down than usual? Maybe you find that you are irritable, angry, withdrawn, or bored. You are not alone. We are living through a disaster, both natural and human-caused. I speak not only of COVID-19 but of the mental and physical health issues associated with the ‘new normal’
The capacity for self-control, whether of attention, behaviors, or impulses, is essential for social adaptation (Freud, 1930/2010). With the complex demands and ever-present distractions of modern-day societies, success in many life tasks depends on this capacity for self-control (Moffitt et al., 2011). Yet, this can be very trying for individuals with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
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