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Keeping Sober over the Holidays
Applied Psychology

Keeping Sober over the Holidays

Staying sober is an admirable achievement. However, staying sober over the holidays can be a challenge for any recovering addict. To support you...

How do Anxiety Symptoms Manifest itself?
Applied Psychology

How do Anxiety Symptoms Manifest itself?

No one likes to feel anxious. While anxiety is a normal part of life and a natural reaction to stress, it can also...

Talking to Teenagers about Drugs and Substance Abuse
Applied Psychology

Talking to Teens about Drugs and Substance Abuse

Teen substance abuse in South Africa is an ever-growing concern. Children as young as 12 years old are starting to experiment with drug...

Different Types of Stress and How to Differentiate between Them
Applied Psychology

Different Types of Stress and How to Differentiate Between Them

Stress manifests in various ways and can originate from a myriad of causes. This means that there are different types of stress. Anyone...

How to Identify and Manage Passive Aggressive Behaviour
Applied Psychology

How to Identify and Manage Passive Aggressive Behaviour

A person who is passive aggressive tends to indirectly express their negative feelings instead of being upfront and honest about their emotions or...

The Importance of Promoting Mental Health Care of Social Workers
Social Work & Community Development

The Importance of Promoting Mental Health Care of Social Workers

Social Workers change lives for the better. They provide care and support to individuals, families, groups and communities which enables them to find...

The Art of Solitude and the Gifts of Aloneness
Applied Psychology

The Art of Solitude and the Gifts of Aloneness

How have we arrived in a culture that values individualism, personal autonomy, independence and fulfilment higher than ever before in human history, yet...