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How to achieve happiness?

In simpler words happiness is a state of being happy. Apart from a positive mood, happiness is a condition of well being that envelops carrying on with a good life, one with a feeling of signifi...

How Is Creativity And Coping Interconnected?

Creativity works as a great coping mechanism for children and adults. Coping is important in order to regulate thoughts and emotions in a positive way....

How Do I Enhance My Feeling Of Self-Worth?

Human beings are the sole living organisms in the world that live with some purpose or have a goal in life apart from just living and surviving....

Improve Yourself: The Best Revenge?

There will be times in your life when things become really tough and you face insurmountable challenges that seem overwhelming, the key to overcome such situations is to systematically improve yo...

Why Is It Important To Not Hold On To The Past?

Is it so necessary to hold onto your past? Why are certain things in life so important that we still want to stick to them? Have you thought of it? The decision to forget your past is never an ea...

How To Identify And Fight Depression?

Depression is a mental disorder/illness that causes a lack of motivation or cheerfulness within oneself. It is often due to a continuity of melancholy in one's life for more than the usual period...

Does Self-Belief Unlock The Wide Range Of Potential Within You? How?

The life that we have is full of difficulties and challenges. And amidst those challenges, we hold our little world of dreams that we have created for ourselves. Belief is the key that you should...

How can you cheer your friend or a loved one who is having a bad mood or a bad day?

It's our moral duty to assist our peers and family members in their tough times and give our best for the betterment of their condition. Adore and comfort them by expressing your love and care to...

What Is Asperger’s Syndrome?

Autism Spectrum Disorder:- ASD is a complex developmental condition that involves persistent challenges in social interaction, speech and non-verbal communication and repetitive/ restricted behav...