Optimism/Pessimism and Stress

Optimism/Pessimism and Stress

by OneClick OneClick March 17, 2017 0 Comments

There is a difference in the way that people approach experiences, challenges, and stressors. Those people who are more optimistic in their outlook will tend to expect more positive than negative things to happen to them. Whereas, people who are more pessimistic in their views tend to expect more negative outcomes.

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Are You Suffering From Burnout?

Are You Suffering From Burnout?

by OneClick OneClick February 10, 2017 0 Comments

Are you finding that constant stress has left you feeling disillusioned, helpless, and exhausted? If so, you may be suffering from burnout. When you’re burned out, things look bleak, problems seem impossible to overcome, and it’s difficult to muster up the energy to do anything about your situation.

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Are You Getting Enough Sleep?

Are You Getting Enough Sleep?

by OneClick OneClick September 30, 2016 0 Comments

Unfortunately, smartphones and tablets are really messing with our sleep cycle  – they are keeping us awake by making our bodies think that it is morning. They do this because they let off bright blue light.

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Facebook: Friend or Foe

Facebook: Friend or Foe

by Sarah O'Flaherty September 17, 2016 0 Comments

Let me start by asking you one simple question. How much time do you spend on Facebook each day?

To be honest, the actual amount of time doesn't really matter to me. I just wanted you to think about how much time you're spending on Facebook and whether you believe it's an appropriate amount of time and a good use of your time. 

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Want To Know More About Social Anxiety Disorder?

Want To Know More About Social Anxiety Disorder?

by Sarah O'Flaherty June 03, 2016 0 Comments

A key contributor to the development of treatments for SAD, David Clark, highlights four key mediating factors:

1) increase in self-focused attention, which reduces processing of external factors, such as other people and their reactions;

2) extensive use of safety seeking behaviours, which are intended to prevent feared catastrophes,

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