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Someone in your Corner

Longitudinal research on child development clearly demonstrates that one of the single greatest indicators for how a child may develop in relation to happiness and social/emotional development, career success, academically is whether or not they developed security with at least one person that had their back no matter what (Siegel & Bryson, 2021).

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3 Non-Fiction Books for Self Development

Some people use reading as a form of escapism – choosing to spend their evenings in fictional places with fictional friends. Some choose to relive wars through narrative history. Some opt for flicking through graphic novels and some want to develop and perfect new skills. All completely valid.

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What to Expect from your First Therapy Session

Therapy can be a really emotionally-demanding experience and it can be normal to feel exhausted, raw or upset after your first few sessions. It’s important to be honest with your therapist about these feelings and after a while those feelings should become less intense.

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5 Journalling Prompts to Inspire You for the Week Ahead

Journalling can be a really effective way of bringing yourself into the moment, practicing gratitude and even for giving you an opportunity for self-appreciation. People journal for all kinds of different reasons. Some find it to be a therapeutic experience, some us it as a form of expression, others as a way of documenting their…

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Dear graduates…

If you ever find yourself wondering what adaptability looks like, remember your years as an undergrad. If you ever find yourself wondering what resilience in action looks like, remember your years as an undergrad. If you ever find yourself wondering if you have what it takes in the face of enormous life challenges, remember your years as an undergrad.

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