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    Body Language To Boost Your Confidence

    Body language to boost confidence
    The saying “fake it till you make it” might actually be more accurate than we first thought. When it comes to body language, the way you communicate with your body can actually help to influence your mood. So, sheepish body language makes us sheepish, and confident body language makes us confident. Read more

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    Good Ways to Cope with Adversity


    Good ways to cope with adversity (difficult or unpleasant situations) makes more sense if we compare them with what’s useless. For example, if we try to deny a problem and push to one side it will come back and bite hard. Similarly, attempts to trivialise the issue or to become fatalistic about it aren’t helpful.
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    Socially Anxious? Here’s What You Believe


    Socially anxious people share a set of common beliefs. These boil down to thinking badly about yourself, setting standards that are too high, taking on too much personal responsibility and some issues around emotional reasoning. But why?
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    Step-Up Your Self-Efficacy


    Do you have faith in your ability to meet challenges head on and solve problems? Do you believe you can make a difference, or that you are effective, productive, and competent in the things you take on?

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    How Self-Esteem Protects Children From Depression


    In most cases the development of self-esteem is a kind of transaction between parent and child. The better this relationship works the more the child feels valued, appreciated and safe. Enabling a child to explore their potential within a framework of love, and limits, provides a firm underpinning for development.

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