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Cat therapy – myth or reality

Cat therapy – myth or reality

Studies from all over the world also support scientifically what we – intuitively – have perceived: the company of cats is a real help in everyday life, and even more so for people with disorders or conditions such as depression or anxiety. We have summarized for you in the following lines the 10 most important mental health benefits that come with furry friends:.

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Healing the inner child to regain happiness and balance

Healing the inner child to regain happiness and balance

The inner child represents all our good and not-so-good experiences that were formed in childhood along with the attachment figures and contexts of the time. These experiences are subconscious and represent the fears and difficulties felt during that period of development together with the positive experiences lived at that time,

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About dependency and independence in relationships – health vs. toxicity in couples

About dependency and independence in relationships – health vs. toxicity in couples

A huge challenge facing many couples today is finding a balance between dependence – the need for the other person – and independence – supporting and focusing on our own interests. Where and how do we find the fine line that separates healthy attachment and normal, natural dependence from the tendency to spend a lot of time away from our partner, with interests and concerns that do not include them?

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Work – life balance – can we find the balance between personal life and work?

Work – life balance – can we find the balance between personal life and work?

There was a time when the boundaries between work and home life were clear. In today’s society, work often takes precedence over everything else in our lives. Our desire to succeed professionally can push us to set aside our own well-being. We tend to fall into the trap of thinking that we can be productive all the time or that an eight-hour day at work equals eight hours of being productive. However, this is difficult, if not impossible, for many of us.

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Depression and its management in the family

Depression and its management in the family

What to do when a loved one is experiencing depression? What NOT to do when you want to help someone with depression? When a member of our family or a close friend suffers from depression it is challenging for everyone, but depression is treatable and emotional and social support greatly improves treatment outcomes.

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Impostor syndrome

Impostor syndrome

Impostor syndrome is a psychological phenomenon that affects many people, even those who are professionally accomplished and arguably successful.

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The phases of dementia through the eyes of carers

The phases of dementia through the eyes of carers

Dementia is a neurocognitive disorder characterised by a global cognitive deterioration, resulting from a progressive and irreversible decline in brain function. Depending on the stage of the disease, in addition to cognitive impairment, dementia also involves other pathological manifestations in the behavioural and emotional spheres.

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Burnout – How holidays help us avoid overwork

Burnout – How holidays help us avoid overwork

Burnout is an occupational phenomenon, defined as a conceptualized syndrome resulting from a chronic imbalance in the workplace that has not been successfully managed, arising between the demands of the job and the work resources of the person involved.

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