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10 Top Marriage Issues Couples often Face After Having a Baby and How to Solve Them

By Dr Martina Paglia | 25 January 2021
10 top marriage issues couples often face after having a baby and how to solve them

Don’t tell me you haven’t heard the cliché; two’s company three’s crowd. The transition to parenthood is a thrilling experience with a roller coaster of emotions. The cute baby purchases, setting up the nursery, shopping for baby bag essentials are all in the past now; instead what you have in front of you is a...

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How to Be an Optimistic Realist

By Dr Martina Paglia | 22 January 2021
how to be an optimistic realist

The proverbial glass of water is neither half-full nor half-empty, it’s both — that is realism. Optimism is the inclination of a person to focus on praising and beneficial sides of incidents and to expect the most favourable outcomes. It is the act of preaching that good eventually prevails over evil. Pessimism is a frame...

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The Psychology Behind Cheating

By Dr Martina Paglia | 18 January 2021
The Psychology Behind Cheating

Around one in five British people admit that they’ve had an affair while being in a relationship. Infidelity can be one of the most painful experiences and can lead to intense outcomes such as depression, domestic violence, breakups, divorce or even homicide in some cases. It is a common phenomenon all across the world and...

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The 10 Most Common Phobias

By Dr Martina Paglia | 15 January 2021
The 10 Most Common Phobias

Fear is a common human emotion and happens to the strongest of us. But, if this fear turns into a debilitating and overwhelming panic related to anything, then it can take the form of a phobia. Your fear could be an object, a place, a situation, a feeling, an animal or anything. In comparison to...

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Polyvagal Theory Explained: Why it’s a Game Changer

By Dr Martina Paglia | 11 January 2021
Polyvagal theory explained_ What is it and why is it a gamechanger

Have you ever felt that vague feeling of uncertainty and fear in a situation but don’t know why you feel it? Even when everyone seems to be completely fine, but you can sense that something is wrong. We may not be conscious about it but our mind reads hundreds of social cues every day in...

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The Psychology of Online Scams

By Dr Martina Paglia | 07 January 2021
The Psychology of Online Scams

Technology has made our lives increasingly efficient and easier. Everything seems just a click away. But this instant and incognito access to everything can have its perks. Especially when it comes to cybersecurity and online scams. Con artists, manipulators, hackers, and scammers have also shifted online making use of the technology to their advantage. Many...

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The Psychology Behind Falling in Love

By Dr Martina Paglia | 31 December 2020
The psychology behind falling in love

Ever wonder why everything is so colourful when you are in love? Love is one of the most ecstatic experiences a person can have in life. The bliss and euphoria of romance and the satisfaction of having an intimate bond with the person you love can turn your life upside down. Love is not just...

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How to Deal with Loneliness during Covid

By Dr Martina Paglia | 15 December 2020
How to deal with loneliness during Covid

Because of the pandemic going on, almost everyone is confined to the four walls of their room. Although this isolation is for our own good, this increased social distancing can have its effects, especially on our psychological wellbeing. Loneliness is likely to follow under such circumstances, and it can lead to stress and a decrease...

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Why Christmas Holiday Traditions Might Be More Important Than You Think This Year

By Dr Martina Paglia | 03 December 2020
Why Christmas Holiday Traditions Might Be More Important Than You Think This Year

From a pandemic that suddenly gripped the world with its fear and made people completely change their lifestyles, to forest fires and protests against the injustice that affected the lives of hundreds of thousands of people. A number of significant events took place this year that negatively affected a wide majority of people. It’s safe...

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5 Tips on Managing Christmas Holiday Stress During a Pandemic

By Dr Martina Paglia | 26 November 2020
5 Tips for managing Christmas holiday stress during pandemic

We look forward to Christmas because it is a time of celebration, warm traditions, a good cheer and being with family and friends. It is a well awaited time for relaxation, joy and gratitude for all we have. Despite Christmas being a holiday full of positivity, it is often accompanied by preparations and even busier...

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