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Less What, More Why

The practice of pausing and asking ourselves why may help us to get in touch with our underlying motivations, so that we can make more informed decisions.
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Purposeful Parenting: Rethinking Discipline

Let us take a moment to reflect on the concept of discipline. What does discipline in your home look like? Read on to learn about "No-Drama Discipline", discipline with a goal of teaching your child.
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How Co-Rumination Turns Healthy Relationships Toxic

What is co-rumination? Why can it be harmful? How can we spot it and prevent it? Read Miriam's blogpost to find out!
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We All Know What It’s Like To Feel Fat. Let’s Try To Change That For Our Next Generation.

Let's teach the next generation to love their bodies! This blog post proposes an end to body shaming, and provides suggestions for ways we can teach messages of body positivity and health instead.
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Avoid Avoiding And Embrace Living!

Avoidance is a way that we protect ourselves from painful or uncomfortable experiences, but if we take it too far avoidance can rob us rich and meaningful experiences too. Read this blog post for tips on unlocking your courage to avoid avoiding and embrace living.
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A Shout Out To Simply Noticing

When we feel like something’s not working for us, that feeling could be letting us know we want change. Dr Danit Nitka explains how "simply noticing" what's in our way is often the first step to achieving that change.
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Feeling Overcommitted? How To Avoid Feeling Drained And Better Set Your Priorities

Feeling overwhelmed with too much on your plate? Check out some helpful tools such as learning how to say "no" to help yourself feel less drained.
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Those Times When “Being Healthy”…. Isn’t. How To Integrate Self-Care Into Our Exercise Goals

Sometimes our ideas of "healthy" are influenced by not-so-healthy messages portrayed in media. We may diet and exercise in extremes, and end up working against our goals. In this post, learn how integrating self-care can transform unhealthy fitness and health habits into healthy ones.
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The Importance Of Setting Boundaries

"Knowing what’s yours and what’s not. Acknowledging that every adult is responsible for themselves. Having a functional boundary (one that works) means taking responsibility for your own actions and emotions, and NOT taking responsible for the actions and emotions of others." in this blog Dr Danit Nitka explains the importance of healthy boundaries and offers...
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Choose Yourself While Respecting Others: The Whys and Hows of Assertiveness

Do you find it difficult to set boundaries and ask others to respect them, and to ask for what you need in a way that respects others? If you have trouble being assertive, it may be a sign that you have low self-esteem, lack self-compassion, or struggle with social anxiety. Read on to find out...
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