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3 Simple Strategies To Ditch The Imposter Syndrome
Have you ever felt like you're a fraud who doesn't belong? According to a recent article published in the International Journal of Behavioral Science, seven in every ten people have or will experience impostor syndrome at some point in their lives. We couldn't see our tribe suffering from this anymore, so we brought in the person who'll help you ditch this feeling for good. In this video, peak performance expert Shadé Zahrai joins Vishen to discuss how to supercharge your life and improve your self-esteem by constructing your own reality, leveraging your self-awareness, and regaining control over your inner critic

 
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5 Things People Who’ve Been Mentally Abused Do
Do you know how common mental abuse is? According to The National Center for Biotechnology Information, 80 percent of the population has experienced some form of abusive relationship and behavior. However, despite how frequent it is, emotional abuse is still hard to spot. Unlike physical abuse, mental abuse doesn’t leave any visible scars; instead, it affects someone’s behavior, mindset, and mentality. This means some people deny they’ve been mentally abused, and others may not even recognize the toxic behavior. So, whether you’re reading this to be able to recognize emotional abuse in others or recognize it in yourself, these a few things people who’ve been mentally abused do are sure to help you be more empathetic and kinder.

 
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5 Polarity Secrets to Attracting Love that Makes you Magnetic AF
In this video, I'm going to show you the 5 most powerful ways to create polarity in order to attract love. Think of it like a magnet. If you have a magnet, it is going to attract, but also repel based on its polarity. If you have a positive and a positive and you put them together, guess what's gonna happen? They're going to repel each other. Same with a negative and negative. But when you have a positive and a negative, they clink right like this. The key to attracting love is embodying your own sense of polarity, which really is the authenticity of who you really are, letting go of what you are not so that you can attract love easier than ever. These are things that completely transformed my own life.

 
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10 Signs You Are Fake Happy
Are you happy, or are you putting on a fake smile? Fake happiness can be hard to detect, but if you know the signs you can spot it.

 
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Do You Gaslight Yourself?
Do You Gaslight Yourself?
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6 Signs You're Actually an Introvert, Not Shy
Have you often been told that you’re shy? But deep inside you, you know you’re not. Maybe you’re a bit quiet at times, and you just don’t care for small talk. Or maybe you find it hard to connect with some people, but that doesn’t mean you’re afraid of socializing. Well, instead of being shy, you may just be an introvert all along. Here are six signs you’re actually an introvert, and not shy.

 
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10 Struggles of Being a Highly Intelligent Person
Highly intelligent people often deal with specific struggles that the rest of us never realize. These problems, which only smart people have, can make their lives very emotionally taxing. Perhaps these are signs of intelligence - but they can also be a burden.

 
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The no contact method | Dating mistakes women make
A lot of women ask me about the no contact method, or going no contact on a guy in order to get him to change the way he treats them. This is often a mistake. Even in the cases where going no contact is appropriate, women often make the mistake of doing it wrong. The No contact rule. Does it really work and do guys give a crap?

 
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12 Ways People Judge You When They First Meet You
Do you make a good first impression? Like it or not, people judge you when they first meet you. It’s human nature. We all do it, and there’s a psychological reason why. Our brains are wired for self-protection. We pay attention to appearance, body language, voice, speaking style, and other details to determine whether someone seems trustworthy or not.

 
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Do THIS… And You Will NEVER Have To Chase Women Again
Do THIS… And You Will NEVER Have To Chase Women Again
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5 Signs Of A Nervous Breakdown
Have you ever just felt overwhelmed by a stressful situation? Like a tsunami of problems about to crash over you? You might be experiencing a nervous breakdown. A nervous breakdown is a loss of the ability to function in everyday life. While a nervous breakdown isn’t classified as an actual psychological term, nor is it a mental health disorder, experiencing it can be debilitating.

 
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How To Stop Sabotaging Yourself
Have you ever expected yourself to succeed in making life changes, however, you do not designate any time or mental space to accomplish them? This is an example of self sabotage. So, how to stop sabotaging ourselves? Let’s delve into the ways together, shall we?

 
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7 Things People Say When They Like You
What are the signs that someone likes you? People will often say these simple phrases if they’re actually attracted to you, yet you may not have ever realized it!

 
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What is MSG, and is it actually bad for you?
Dig into the seasoning known as MSG, and find out how this flavoring was developed and if it’s actually bad for your health. -- In 1968, Dr. Robert Ho Man Kwok felt ill after dinner at a Chinese restaurant and wrote a letter to a medical journal connecting his symptoms to MSG. His letter would change the world’s relationship with MSG, inspiring international panic, biased science, and sensationalist journalism for the next 40 years. So what is this seasoning, and is it actually bad for you? Sarah E. Tracy investigates.

 
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Depression QnA ft. Dr. Bradwejn
Psych2Go welcomes Dr. Bradwejn to answer your questions on depressive disorders, depression, and searching happiness in your own life through the Intrinsic Practice.

 
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How to Stop Having Nightmares: 9 Tools for Stopping Nightmares and Bad Dreams
Nightmares feel so intense and powerful. They can make it really hard for people to sleep well. Like me, most people have nightmares occasionally. These are called idiopathic nightmares. However, 9 out of 10 people with PTSD have recurrent distressing nightmares that interfere with their ability to function. And sleep avoidance and sleep deprivation can lead to more intense nightmares. This is the awful cycle of PTSD: the more you try to escape it, the worse it gets. But there is a way out. And some researchers have found that treating nightmares helps accelerate the other aspects of the PTSD healing process. In this video you will learn one reason why nightmares could be a good thing and 9 ways you can treat nightmares, process through them, and get them to stop. One of those skills is called the imagery rehearsal technique, an evidence-based treatment for nightmares that you can do at home.

 
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4 Little Habits That Reduce Anxiety
These simple habits will help you spot the signs of anxiety, and then reduce the stress involved in processing it. Anxiety can be debilitating and exhausting. So today, we present 4 little habits that can help you manage it.

 
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Plato - How To Find Your Soulmate
In this video we will be talking about how to find your soulmate from the philosophy of Plato. His philosophy is often referenced as Platonic idealism and he was one of the first thinkers who addressed the concept of soulmate.

 
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6 Habits That Make You Miserable
Do you have habits you wish you could lose? Working towards losing them may just be a step to improving your happiness. Here are a few common habits that might be making you miserable.

 
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Most Powerful Way To Bring A Man Closer (Even If He's Scared)
Most Powerful Way To Bring A Man Closer (Even If He's Scared)
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7 Ways To Unlock Your Genius
How to be a genius? When you hear the word “genius”, what do you think of? We generally think of people with remarkable achievements in areas of art, music, and science far beyond that of anyone else. However, scientific research into people with notable achievements reveals some surprising traits that anyone can learn from, including you! Turns out “genius” is a trait that anyone can nurture. So here are a ways to unlock your genius.

 
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Why Your Ex Goes Silent When Things Are Going Well
If you've ever wondered why your ex goes silent after a positive interaction, you may not know about the strange phenomenon known as a "positive pullback." If you are unaware of this, you may find it very confusing and even frustrating. After all, why would they have such a great connection with you, only to pull back and close off emotionally? If you understand why your ex is behaving this way, it can clear up a lot of confusion... And it really has to do with how your ex is thinking about you... but really how your ex is thinking about themselves in the wake of your breakup. Let me explain in this video. After you watch the video, please share a comment and let me know if you've ever experienced a positive pullback.

 
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7 Conversation Starters That Work Every Time!
How can you start a great conversation with your special girl or guy friend? Many people want to know if there are ice breakers that actually work, whether it’s on tinder or in real life. We’re here to show you: there are.

 
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7 Signs of Burnout That You Shouldn't Ignore
Burnout can leave people feeling exhausted, empty, and unable to cope with the demands of life. Burnout may be accompanied by a variety of mental and physical health symptoms as well. If left unaddressed, burnout can make it difficult for an individual to function well in their daily life.

 
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6 Foods to Avoid if You Have Anxiety
We all experience stress and anxiety from time to time. In those moments, it can be tempting to quell emotions with food. For some, food can be a source of comfort or distraction. But, sometimes, they can aggravate what you may already be feeling. If you struggle with anxiety and stress, making some changes in your diet can help.

 
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