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Understanding others is very important for better living in society. Psychology is a field that is often not sufficiently well assimilated in France and not sufficiently developed during school studies. A few notions of psychology do a lot of good for many people in their everyday life. For your store or establishment, do not hesitate to contact our expert digital agency for all your digital needs: virtual tour, sponsored article, ... explore our digital services : virtual visit for showroom, 360 ° photo, panorama, virtual solution and ask for your free quote.

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  • Autism and Maternal Stress: A Trauma-Informed Perspective September 18, 2021
    Parenting Stress and Autism The concept of “parental stress” is shared by parents of all backgrounds. There’s no way around stress when it comes to raising kids. But when it comes to parents with children with autism, their experiences can often exceed the challenges parents face with typically developing children. This does not mean that all […]

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  • Is Your Ex Your Best Next Partner? September 18, 2021
    Moving through a romantic break-up isn't pleasant. Feelings get hurt, egos bruised, and plans change on a dime. In the aftermath of a break-up, ex-partners must find a way to manage their mixed emotions of grief, distress, and (sometimes) relief. A person is forced to rebuild who they are, separate from a partner. This is […]

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  • How Migraines Can Be a Literal Pain in the Neck September 18, 2021
    Source: Photo by Keenan Constance on Unsplash It always starts on the right side of my neck, a single, deep spot that hurts so much that I  press on it as hard as I can, thinking that will somehow loosen the knot and ease the pain. People often comment that my head is tilted to the […]

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  • How new insights into stress can help calm the worried mind August 24, 2021
    Bart Verkuil, Department of Clinical Psychology, Leiden University, The Netherlands and PEP Group, Noordwijk, The Netherlands. “What if I get infected and end up in the hospital?” “What if I can’t pay my bills in a few months?” “What effect will this lockdown have on my children’s the health?” The threat of the coronavirus is […]

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  • If medicine is a team game, patients should play too: a psychological perspective on patient engagement July 14, 2021
    By G. Graffigna, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy Healthcare professionals along the whole care journey must collaborate and coordinate their efforts for healthcare systems to function effectively. In other words, medicine requires teamwork to be successful. If we agree on this principle, then –adopting a sports metaphor –the patient too should be considered a […]

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  • How to support patients to lose weight and better manage their type 2 diabetes May 4, 2021
    By Leah Avery, Teesside University, UK. Type 2 diabetes was previously considered a progressive condition, with an inevitable need for insulin therapy, however lifestyle behavioural change research challenges this pessimistic prognosis. As prevalence of type 2 diabetes continues to increase, so does evidence supporting the important role of the food and changing what we eat […]

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  • Mindfulness as a Means of Coping with COVID-19-Related Stress and Uncertainty in Athletes August 13, 2021
    In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, millions all over the globe face hardship and loss. Athletes, while facing the same adversity as the general population, are also forced to cope with their own set of unique challenges. It is vital that athletes identify a means of coping with the stress and uncertainty surrounding the […]

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  • Facilitating Sport Injury Related Growth (SIRG) June 25, 2021
    Injury can have a drastically negative effect on athletes’ psychological well-being (Trainor et al., 2020). Initial feelings at the onset of an injury are often negative affective responses such as anxiety, denial, grief, and frustration. Many athletes describe a loss of purpose and an athletic identity crisis in which there is a loss of motivation, control […]

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  • AASP 30-Day Mental Health Challenge April 29, 2021
    To celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month this May, AASP invites you to join our 30-Day Mental Health Challenge: a series of daily tasks to bring mental health to the forefront of your mind and allow you to take a moment for restorative self-care. AASP will share a daily activity throughout the month of May and encourages you […]

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  • Using Positive Psychology in Practice to Manage a Challenge September 10, 2021
    PP in Practice In this blog I’m aiming to describe how I used a range of PP strategies in real-time to help me cope with a minor drama and look at the ways in which they helped. I also look at how this is different from the way in which I might have responded in […]

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  • The Light Life in Transitions September 7, 2021
    Life is a series of transitions. It skips a beat sometimes. Whenever we have a legal holiday on a Monday, I spend all day Tuesday, thinking it’s Monday. Today, is such a day. When we’re going through transitions, our routine has hiccups. My decision to create HappinessNoir.com was a call to balance out the light […]

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  • The Light Life and Happiness Noir August 23, 2021
    Happiness Noir came about after working with clients who were suffering, but had strikes against them beyond what they could help or control. They were female, in a male world.  They were fiscally disadvantaged (not all, but most) compared to the rest of the world. They were being diagnosed with mental illnesses, when really, what […]

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