If you tend to be overly critical of yourself, you’re not alone. This post covers why and where that inner critic comes from and ways to stand up to your inner critic.
After the Beirut disaster, many living abroad with roots in Lebanon experienced complicated feelings of guilt. In this post we explore the second-generation experience and survivor’s guilt in the wake of a tragedy.
Sleep problems is one of the primary symptoms of depression. This post will provide you insight into the connection between sleep and depression and share some tips that will help you sleep better tonight.
If you are a people pleaser, you may find it hard to say NO. In this post, we go over why it’s worth overcoming this.
Empathy and sympathy are not exactly two sides of the same coin. This post covers how we can all be a little more empathetic in our everyday lives.
Positive psychology gave us a powerful tool: Unconditional Positive Regard (UPR). In this post we discuss what UPR is and how we can use it to better our lives.
What happens when you realize you have a pattern of hurting others? This post covers steps to unlearn destructive habits and re-learn healthier ones.
Sometimes the very first thing that comes to mind isn’t the most trustworthy. We walk you through how thoughts, feelings, and behaviours influence each other and how you can tap into this relationship to improve your moods
We’ve all heard of gaslighting, but did you know it’s a form of emotional abuse? We provide insights on how to spot signs of gaslighting and what it may feel like to experience it.