Mindfulness

Work from Home: When Boundaries Blur by Myra Gahid

Flexible work schedules has been practiced in some companies prior to the pandemic. According to Delle-Vergini (2017), flexible work arrangements (FWA) give employees some autonomy over their choice of hours and place of work which eventually increase employee well-being, organizational commitment, work performance, and quality of family life. A number of researches (Shagvaliyeva & Yazdanifard, …

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Sabotaging inner critic through self-compassion by Sharlene Ho

“I am not good enough.” “I am worthless.” “I am incompetent.”   Have you heard these words at some point in your life? Or do you still say this to yourself up until now? That is your inner critic talking to you. The inner critic is a system of critical and negative thoughts and attitudes …

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Neuroplasticity and overcoming the effects of childhood trauma with mindfulness…

According to the National Center for Mental Health Promotion and Youth Violence, 60% of adults have experienced trauma in their childhood. Experiencing childhood trauma affects people emotionally and the long-term effects can develop into disorders such as; depression, anxiety, suicidal behaviours, Post-traumatic stress disorder, anti-social behaviour, Borderline personality and dissociative disorders.   However, experiencing childhood trauma …

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