2021 Lessons on relationships

    For many, the holidays conjure images of family happily gathered around a home-cooked meal or relaxing in front of a warm fire. But for others, the family scenes they envision are of unending conflict and tension. In this article, I am sharing with you a few insightful learnings and reflections that I have...

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2021 Reflections and Learnings

Dear readers, the end of 2021 is fast approaching. One of the best ways that you can review your year is by asking yourself some questions. Self-reflection is vital if you want to live your life by design. Self-reflecting can help you recognise your accomplishments, acknowledge your mistakes, and analyse how you can move forward....

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No one Heals Themselves by Wounding Others

During the anti-bullying week in the UK,  I wanted to share my insights and advice with my dear readers. Bullying affects everyone involved, and it is hurtful to everyone involved, from the victims of bullying to the witnesses—and even to bullies themselves. Remember that bullying is never about you. It is important to remind yourself...

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How to Deal with Difficult Relatives

Dear readers, do you dread your family gatherings because you have to spend time with your uncle who makes offensive jokes or meet your sister-in-law who won’t stop asking when you will have kids? The bad news is, you can’t get rid of these people completely, but the good news is, you can learn to...

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Avoid Drama in Your Life with These Tips

Dear readers, do you feel like trouble follows you everywhere? If you feel like there is drama everywhere in your life, take a step back and be honest with yourself. Ask yourself whether you crave it or attract it? Feeding it? I have learnt that as humans we don’t do anything repeatedly unless there’s something...

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Do You Realise the Impact social media Has on Your Self-Esteem?

  Dear Readers, social media has helped develop connections and friendships. Social media isn’t just a pastime anymore, it’s an essential part of life. Researchers haven’t yet been able to prove a direct causative relationship between social media and mental health. However, it seems more than a fluke that rates of anxiety and depression have...

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Why You Don’t Need to Fit In

By Psychologist Mamta Saha Today, I have a very special message for anyone who feels like they don’t belong or fit in. I was one of these people and, in this article; I’m going to share the wisdom I’ve learned through my struggles for those of you out there who are feeling this way.  ...

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Why Rejection Can be Redirection

Like a lot of people, I’ve lost count of the number of the countless rejections I’ve received throughout my journey. Both in my personal and professional life and if there is one thing, I know really really well it is that rejection equals redirection. illustration from pinterest Trust the greater plan and life will come...

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Healthy Communication Equals Healthy Relationships

By Psychologist Mamta Saha Dear Readers, our communications can enhance the quality of our relationships in life. We know that having effective communication skills is fundamental in having a successful life. We as humans love connecting with other people because it makes us happy and good communication is the key when we want our social...

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I Am Not Impressed by Your Perfect Tik Tok Dance Routines

Let’s get out of our comfort zone By Psychologist Mamta Saha   As a Psychologist, I often find myself subconsciously observing the world around me and making sense of it from an objective lens. That said, I am who I am and of course, if I am not in a professional context, I cannot help...

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