Wellness

How To Think Like A Psychologist

How To Think Like A Psychologist

Shrink, therapist, psychologist, or psychiatrist – they’re all people who study psychology, the science of the mind. And they are also all people who know a little bit about how to think in a certain way so as to be calmer, more rational, and objective about daily frustrations and pitfalls. This isn’t to say, of course, that psychologists never have problems or deep-founded issues, be they interpersonal or psychological.

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How To Practice The Growth Mindset

How To Practice The Growth Mindset

Life has a way of making us believe some things are written in stone – completely unchangeable and fundamental. However, at some point in time, someone carved each of those symbols in order for us to be able to see them now – someone, who thought that although some things are unavoidable (like the stone itself), with enough effort, even they can be changed to make them better from our perspective.

These two hypothetical people’s mindsets (the one who believes most things are the way they are and the one who tries to change them) are great examples of something that a psychologist noticed and shared with the world in the early 2000s.

These mentalities are called the “growth” and “fixed” mindset, and in this article we will tell you more about the growth mindset and how you can start practicing it, today!

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5 Surprising Facts About Sleep

5 Surprising Facts About Sleep

Sleep: we all do it, and we all love it. But there’s a lot about sleep that we don’t know. From its effects on our health to the role it plays in our dreams, sleep is a fascinating subject.

Here are five surprising facts about sleep that will leave you wondering why you didn’t learn this stuff in school.

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Why Do We Want To Be Fit?

Why Do We Want To Be Fit?

What is it that drives us to seek fitness? Is it the way we look and feel after a workout, radiating with energy and an inner glow? Is it the sense of accomplishment we feel when we finally master that new move or achieve our goals? Or is it something deeper – a connection to our authentic selves, forged through movement and breath?

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