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    Tips to Overcome the Impostor Syndrome (Part One)

    The constant feeling of being an impostor. This is what a person who suffers from the impostor syndrome feels. If you are receiving a promotion at work, congratulations for a successful project, recognition for daily work, a prize or simple compliments, if you have the impostor syndrome, you will think that you don’t deserve any of it – in short, that you are not good enough. Do you want to overcome this syndrome? In today’s article, we bring you tips that will help. Keep reading below to learn more. Become More Aware The first step is to recognize it. Do…

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    Survivor’s Guilt: How To Recognize and Overcome It

    When an individual believes they have done something wrong by surviving a tragic event where others have died or otherwise succumbed, survivor guilt takes hold. It can manifest across the spectrum, from bittersweet feelings to all-out despair. Most commonly, survivor…

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    Mental Health

    Understanding Your Paranoia

    Paranoia is thinking and feeling like you are being threatened in some way, even if there is no evidence, or very little evidence, that you are. Paranoid thoughts can also be described as delusions. There are lots of different kinds…

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    Sexuality

    How Being Kinky Can Actually Help Mental Health

    The word kink has myriad associations — leather, spanking, corsets, whips, maybe even a ginger root. While its depictions in popular culture are abundant and eager, they are hardly ever accurate. Fifty Shades of Grey, for example, is perhaps the…

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    Psychopaths

    The Psychology of Megalomania

    Do you know a person who’s convinced that everything they say or think is grandiose? This person is probably a megalomaniac. Usually, megalomaniacs belittle others because they feel superior. But apart from their huge ego, how do you truly identify…