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Self-esteem

» Do you struggle with addiction?

Overcoming an addiction - to food, alcohol, shopping, drugs or anything else - can be tough. But with the right help, you can do it read article

Added on 01.10.2014

» How self-criticism affects your mental health

Self-critical thinking makes you vulnerable to a wide range of psychological problems, including stress, anxiety and depression read article

Added on 07.09.2014

» Self-acceptance versus self-esteem

What is the difference between self-acceptance and self-esteem? And if you want to feel better about yourself, which should you aim to develop? read article

Added on 23.04.2012

» Persistence: the key to change

Whatever problem you hope to solve through therapy, it's important to understand that persistence is the only route to genuine, long-lasting change read article

Added on 03.01.2012

» Developing kindness and compassion

Research shows that compassion - for ourselves and others - can be deeply healing; especially if we are prone to depression or overly self-critical read article

Added on 18.09.2013

» Overcoming binge eating

Binge eating can profoundly affect your health, happiness and self-esteem. But - with a little help and determination - you can stop read article

Added on 26.07.2011

» What are your core beliefs?

Our core beliefs are our deepest-held views about ourselves and the world - with cognitive therapy you can change your negative beliefs read article

Added on 20.07.2011

» Do you suffer from low self-esteem?

Self-esteem is the bedrock of mental health, vital for confidence and happiness. But even if you don't esteem youself, it's never too late to change read article

Added on 06.04.2011

» Are you a perfectionist?

Perfectionism is a common cause of stress, procrastination, chronic fatigue and eating disorders like bulimia - cognitive therapy techniques can help read article

Added on 03.02.2011

» Dealing with painful feelings

'Negative' feelings like loss, sadness, anger and fear are part of being human - learning to accept and tolerate them is key to good mental health read article

Added on 29.01.2011

» Worried about redundancy?

If you're anxious about being made redundant, these simple cognitive therapy techniques will help read article

Added on 24.01.2011

» Be your own best friend

Whenever you are overly harsh or self-critical, use the Best Friend Test - a key technique from cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) read article

Added on 04.01.2011
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