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How to build your confidence — and spark it in others | Brittany Packnett

“Confidence is the necessary spark before everything that follows,” says educator and activist Brittany Packnett. In an inspiring talk, she shares three ways to crack…

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Don’t Let Your Children Take the Myers-Briggs

psychologytoday.com: Don’t Let Your Children Take the Myers-Briggs. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/quantum-leaps/202005/dont-let-your-children-take-the-myers-briggs?amp Michael Wilmot, who studies the theoretical structure of personality assessments, stated, “The thing about personality types…

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Grieving at Work

Grieving at Work: Coping with Loss While Managing Responsibilities https://t.co/gjUPi7saYS #GriefandLoss pic.twitter.com/DLxZeXui6h — PsychCentral (@PsychCentral) May 26, 2020 Grief is a natural response to a…

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Accept and move past perceived transgressions rather than ruminating

Previous studies have presented mixed findings when it comes to the relationship between religion and pornography use. Overall, religiosity has been associated with both an…

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Vulnerability: The Key to Better Relationships | Mark Manson

https://markmanson.net/vulnerability-in-relationships Humor me for a moment—read through this list and tell me if any of it applies to you: You consistently fall into boring conversation…

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Brené Brown: Vulnerability, not over-sharing

Vulnerability is NOT oversharing. Vulnerability is MUTUAL. That means the person with which you are sharing is also bearing her soul (maybe not in that…

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How To Embrace Vulnerability As Your Greatest Strength

https://medium.com/the-mission/how-to-embrace-vulnerability-as-your-greatest-strength-d2ac2b80ba52 Your shadows are one aspect of your character. When healed, you realise the completeness of your being. Therefore, become a student of vulnerability by…

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Personality Tests Like Myers-Briggs Could Be Harmful

Two Reasons Personality Tests Like Myers-Briggs Could Be Harmful | Psychology Today https://t.co/6NM0TRvQOL — Better Blokes (@BetterBlokesNZ) April 9, 2020 Although interesting and perhaps even…

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Reader Contribution: Reaction formation

Rose M. via Facebook Reaction formation example… a mother smothers a child with love and tells that child that nobody will ever love them as…

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