from Dr. Margie Donlon, psychologist (from a Facebook post) After having thirty-one sessions this week with patients where the singular focus was COVID-19 and how to cope, I decided to consolidate my advice and make a list that I hope is helpful to all. I can't control a lot of what is going on right… Continue reading COVID-19 Advice from a psychologist
Why not turn off your push notifications on your devices? And schedule a time to read your apps, social media, email and web browsing down to one to maximum three times a day. It really helps you in many ways. It will reduce that anticipation of what's that message, email, posts ETC. It will give… Continue reading Help reduce your daily anxiety by Dominic
Social anxiety is a fear of “foreseeable disasters” imagined by anxious individuals during social interaction, fear to be the centre of attention, being rejected, ridiculed, judged, etc. Please don’t get me wrong that people with social anxiety long for friendships and intimate relationships, the fear stops them. Cognitively, people with social anxiety intend to have… Continue reading Social Anxiety by Isabella
We all struggle with our differences and we all struggle with what our destiny may be. But believe it or not we all have our own recipe for our own success and there is no need to copy someone else. We exchange what makes us different for what makes us common with others and we… Continue reading Speaker #2 Differences in us by Dominic
Blog Hi. Welcome to my first blog. … Continue reading Speaker #1 Can it be just good enough to move on by Dominic?