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Even more tips to fight your Seasonal Affective Disorder

As we face the threat of the blahs during the dark-cold season it is now high time to fight them with a few new tips from us! Continue reading ...

Dreams, nightmares and their meaning

Many people wonder about the meaning of their dreams and many researchers have of course already literally forever dealt with the subject of sleep and dreams. Continue reading ...

Why women suffer from a distorted self-image

It is well known that women in many respects tend to assess themselves much too critically and negatively - and that includes their appearance. Continue reading ...

Children need Fairy Tales – a Plea for Santa

Just because life is often bewildering, the child needs even more to be given the chance to understand himself in this complex world with which he must learn to cope. Continue reading ...

13 new Tips to beat the threatening Seasonal Affective Disorder

I have yet a few more tips designed to help you face the blues brought on by the cold outside! Below you’ll find an entire assortment of new suggestions for making the best of autumn. Continue reading ...

Animals as Therapists: how Cats, Dogs and Co. benefit the Soul

As a psychologist I occasionally resort to four-legged assistants when working with clients when the occasion arises – and usually with decidedly positive results. Continue reading ...

13 Tips for Fighting Seasonal Affective Disorder

A great way to beat the seasonal blahs is being consciously aware of fall and winter’s beautiful aspects and to celebrate them regularly. Here are a few ideas for “fall-“ and “winter celebrations”. Continue reading ...

Women and Depression

The fact that worldwide twice as many women than men suffer from depression has been known for a long time. Experts have speculated about the possible causes for this unequal distribution among the genders for almost as long. Continue reading ...

Communication Skills Part 2: Pay Attention, catch the Meaning!

Active listening is a good method of catching the real meaning of a conversation. Continue reading ...

My Blind Spot - The Difference between Self-Awareness and External Perception

How much and to what extent we are even capable of truly assessing ourselves? Where do we see ourselves as we actually are and how others perceive us? And where may we possibly even be incapable to see ourselves as we really are? Continue reading ...

A Word about Panic Attacks and Anxiety Disorders

A few simple explanations dealing with the subject of anxiety, anxiety reactions and anxiety symptoms. Continue reading ...

Gratitude is a key to happiness

All it takes is a few minutes of our time to envision that things should not be taken for granted and are just ordinary but that they are a gift, a gift not granted equally to many people in other places. Continue reading ...

How problems can make you feel happy

Whoever is never confronted with obstacles or difficulties also never gets a chance at a very important happiness component: The sense of having faced and mastered a challenge. Continue reading ...

Salutogenesis: Why it is healthy to give your life meaning

The more pronounced a person’s sense of coherence the healthier he/she is or the more speedily he/she is going to get well and stays that way. Continue reading ...

How to fight procrastination

The technical term for the tendency to continuously postpone things is procrastination. Learn how to fight it. Continue reading ...

Dealing with negative thoughts (Self Confidence, Part 2)

Give your feeling of self worth a new, positive direction by interrupting your own innermost destructive dialogue with yourself and making it more constructive. Continue reading ...