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Are You A People Pleaser?

Are You A People Pleaser?

A people pleaser is a person who tends to please others even if it's at the expense of their ownwellbeing. It is usually linked to a personality trait, sociotropy, which according to Toru Sat ischaracterized as an “excessive investment in interpersonal relationships”....

How To Be A Team Player

How To Be A Team Player

Improving your teamwork skills is an integral part of personal and professional development. A team’s attitude not only dictates their work environment, but it also dictates how far they will go in terms of reaching their goals. A united team tends to be more...

The Five Love Languages: Which One’s Yours?

The Five Love Languages: Which One’s Yours?

Gary Chapman, the author of The Five Love Languages, stated that people express love indifferent ways. Not only are there different ways of expression, but also different ways ofreceivement. How we express our love to others is how we show them how we feel about...

How to Step Outside of Your Comfort Zone?

How to Step Outside of Your Comfort Zone?

Stepping outside of our comfort zones is an important aspect of our maturation. Due to areluctance to take risks, many people spend years feeling stuck and stagnant when it comes topersonal growth. Fear can hold some captive, and it can lead to a road of regret and...

Attachment Styles: Which One is Yours?

Attachment Styles: Which One is Yours?

The Theory of Attachment Styles was developed by psychologist Mary Ainsworth and psychiatrist John Bowlby after they took an interest in how relationships with early caregivers impact relationships with others in adulthood.The ‘attachment style’ depicts how a person’s...

Emotional Intelligence in Leadership

Emotional Intelligence in Leadership

Daniel Goleman, author of Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ, states thatemotional intelligence is essential for successful management just as much as high IQ is.Emotional intelligence consists of self-awareness, self-regulation, social skills,...

Healthy Boundaries in The Workplace

Healthy Boundaries in The Workplace

In a culture that is highly collectivistic rather than individualistic, it can be difficult to set clear boundaries. Boundaries are relatively a new concept to many, and they are essential in order to have successful relationships and careers. People pleasing coupled...

Types of Coping Mechanisms: Healthy vs Unhealthy

Types of Coping Mechanisms: Healthy vs Unhealthy

The last two years have not been easy for anyone. Life in itself is very challenging, and with a global pandemic we saw people struggling financially, some grieving loved ones, and others fighting for their lives. Many of us haven’t lived through a pandemic like this...

The Truth About Giving From An Empty Place

The Truth About Giving From An Empty Place

Somewhere along the line we’ve lost sight of the fine line between selfishness and self-care.Wanting to live from a place of giving can be a beautiful thing, but it can often be unsustainableif we lose ourselves in the process. Work, social interactions, people, and...

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