Psychological counseling
Postpartum depression – what changes happen in moms’ brains after giving birth

Postpartum depression – what changes happen in moms’ brains after giving birth

Having a baby can trigger a variety of strong emotions in women, from excitement and joy to fear and anxiety, and they may even experience various types of depression. About one in seven women may develop postpartum depression (PPD). It most commonly occurs within 6 weeks after childbirth, but symptoms can start earlier – during pregnancy – or later – up to a year after childbirth.

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Connecting and disconnecting in adolescence

Connecting and disconnecting in adolescence

Connecting is an important stake in adolescence. Being part of a group, having friends, are the milestones of the age stage, with an impact on well-being and mental health. When a teenager has difficulty making friends and prefers online, parents can encourage healthy, phone-free connection patterns.

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Well-being at work: healthy boundaries, effective communication, leaving a toxic job

Well-being at work: healthy boundaries, effective communication, leaving a toxic job

Well-being at work is more than just an absence of stress or discontent. It is a complex concept that involves a balance between the physical, mental and emotional aspects of the employee’s experience of the work environment. Good well-being at work is characterized by traits such as satisfaction, commitment, mental and physical health, positive relationships and high performance. It’s closely linked to personal well-being – work-life balance.

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Burnout or emotional exhaustion

Burnout or emotional exhaustion

Burnout is a state of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged stress. You feel overwhelmed, emotionally exhausted, and unable to cope with constant demands. As the stress continues, you begin to lose the interest and motivation that led you to take on a particular role.

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Psychologist, psychotherapist and psychiatrist, what do I choose?

Psychologist, psychotherapist and psychiatrist, what do I choose?

Have you ever wondered where to turn when your mind and emotions seem to be in an endless maze? You are not alone! Understanding the differences between a psychologist, psychotherapist and psychiatrist is key to knowing who to choose based on your specific needs. So, let’s solve this puzzle together!

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Emotional blackmail – how do you recognize it, how do you fight it?

Emotional blackmail – how do you recognize it, how do you fight it?

Emotional blackmail is a form of subtle manipulation whereby the manipulator attempts to influence or control the target person through psychological and emotional pressure in order to get them to act in a certain way, to the detriment of their own interests and well-being. Emotional blackmail usually works in closer relationships (parent-child, family, couple, friendships), because the manipulator uses the meaning of the relationship and often tries to create feelings of (unjustified) guilt to get what he wants.

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Depression: multidisciplinary approach and innovative solutions

Depression: multidisciplinary approach and innovative solutions

Depression does not have a single cause, but is the result of a complex interaction between external and internal factors. Understanding these influences and addressing them in an integrated way is key to treating depression. A holistic treatment plan, which includes both psychological therapy and the management of environmental and medical factors, can bring relief and support to those affected by this difficult but common mental disorder.

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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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