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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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5 Success Triggers That Bring Your Ex Back
What does it take to get your ex back?

When it comes to saving your relationship or getting your ex back, the main thing that you want to do is to look at the success triggers that you have within your control to set you up to succeed.

In learning how to bring your ex back into your life, you must start with your way of being.

That is to say, how are you acting and behaving, and what sort of energy you are bringing to the connection.

If you are not clear on this and if your way of being is not in alignment with a better relationship, then there is going to be very little of an incentive to get back together.

In this video we will discuss 5 success triggers to try to embody as you move forward in getting your ex back.

 
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Stop Apologizing for Being Yourself
This video is about stop apologizing for being yourself. There are four important things to consider when you are too apologetic.

 
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A Self-hatred Questionnaire
A particularly awful aspect of self-hatred is that we may not even be aware that we are suffering from it. Here is a list of questions to help us diagnose an absence of self-compassion.

 
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THIS is the Best RELATIONSHIP Advice You'll Ever GET
Today, GrowthDay trainer Gloria Atanmo shares her best relationship advice. Enjoy!

 
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5 Brain Foods I Eat Every Day
This is what I eat in a day for a healthy mind & body.

 
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Common Mistakes We Make in Life
This video is about the common mistakes we make in life. There are four common life mistakes most people make that may be detrimental.

 
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Social Anxiety, Panic Disorder and Searching for Happiness
Psych2Go welcomes Dr. Bradwejn to answer your questions on social anxiety, panic discover and searching happiness in your own life through the Intrinsic Practice. Thanks for our channel's membership to making these livestreams possible.

 
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7 Signs People SECRETLY Find You Attractive
Do people secretly find you attractive? Are you one of the best looking people in the room? To attractive people, their good looks aren’t always obvious. Other people may think you're attractive and you may not realize it. So how can you really tell?

 
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Focusing on Self Frees Us to Focus on Others
Do you think, therapy, coaching, psychology, and self-focus will cause you to become selfish or even narcissistic? Many do. But this is untrue. Jerry Wise, life and relationship coach, suggests we first must learn about the how self-focus and selfishness works. He uses a Bowen/Friedman approach to helping and coaching. Learn how self-focus and self-love and compassion for others flow from the same stream.

 
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​​Can Your Relationship Be Saved Even After A Breakup?
First thing's first, if you're looking to learn how to save a relationship after a breakup or a big fight that is getting close to a breakup, then it's important to know that you probably CAN do this. I know that there are a lot of people who doubt if it is even possible to save a relationship, but I can tell you that you absolutely CAN do this. I've helped countless people do this over the years and this is something you can do too. However, it's going to take a few important steps to make this happen. The first step in breakup recover and learning how to save your relationship is to start by getting on the same team. The second step is to develop a stronger emotional connection. To save your relationship from breakup, you need to learn how to communicate better.

 
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