Emotional Wellbeing Articles



EMDR Therapy Explained: How EMDR Makes You Feel

By Dr Martina Paglia | 24 March 2020
EMDR Therapy Explained How EMDR Makes You Feel

Among different therapies used for treating trauma, EMDR is a strange entry that has recently risen in popularity because of how simple yet effective it is. Even celebrities like Mel B spoke of its benefits. Previously, she had been battling with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and addictions for the past six months. In her...

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Grief: 10 Top Tips to Help You Cope with Loss

By Dr Martina Paglia | 20 March 2020
Coping with Grief

Facing loss and tragedy is a part of the human experience. At one point or another, we all experience some kind of loss. It could be losing a job, ending a relationship, facing the death of a loved one, or losing the sense of security after a traumatic event. Some losses can be overwhelming and...

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The 10 Beliefs Emotionally Healthy People Share

By Dr Martina Paglia | 17 March 2020
Cognitive Behavioural Therapist in London

Emotionally healthy people are defined as individuals that possess the following attributes; A sense of contentment, meaning and purpose in life, the ability to deal with obstacles, flexibility to learn and adapt, maintaining relationships and having a zest for life, etc. Being emotionally healthy is something we all strive for. Emotionally strong people are not...

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Gaslighting: 10 Tips on How to Spot Manipulative & Emotionally Abusive People

By Dr Martina Paglia | 13 March 2020

We all come across certain people in our lives that are difficult to categorize as either friends or foes. They appear to be friendly, but their behaviours are often in contradiction with what they present themselves to be. We are never sure of what their intentions are. You know something is wrong, but you can’t...

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Overcoming Fear of Failure: 10 Ways to Conquer Atychiphobia

By Dr Martina Paglia | 10 March 2020

Fearing failure is something we have experienced ever since we were children. After all, fear is one of the basic human emotions, and some amount of it is vital to help us keep out of danger. But sometimes, this anxiety becomes overwhelming. Fearing failure too much can have its impact on our performance, and in...

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Handling Criticism: 10 Effective Ways to Deal with Negative Feedback

By Dr Martina Paglia | 06 March 2020

Criticism is a hard pill to swallow, and it can really demoralize us. It is a term used for both constructive feedback and hateful comments. While it feels wrong, there’s a lot that we can learn from criticism. It can point out to us our flaws and help us distinguish between people that are our...

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Overcome OCD: 10 Top Self-Care Tips that Really Work

By Dr Martina Paglia | 03 March 2020
Overcome OCD, Tips for OCD, Self-Care OCD

OCD or obsessive-compulsive disorder is a common mental health disorder that can affect anyone regardless of age or any gender. It is the disorder where an individual is stuck between a series of obsessions and compulsions. Obsessions are repetitive disturbing thoughts about something. You might get these thoughts while doing anything like cooking, taking a...

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The 10 Most Common Problems People Have at Work and How to Solve Them

By Dr Martina Paglia | 28 February 2020
The 10 Most Common Problems People Have at Work and How to Solve Them

People spend about one-third of their adult life at work. During that period of their lives, one of the most common sources of stress is work problems. It is nearly impossible to work in an environment where all the roles, descriptions, and personalities perfect at the moment and there is no conflict. Workplace stress is...

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Self-Sabotage: 10 Ways to Break the Cycle and Stop Defeating Yourself

By Dr Martina Paglia | 25 February 2020

The simplest way to define self-sabotage is getting in your own way of success. All of us have certain dreams and goals in life that we desire the most. And often the only barrier standing between us and living the life we want is our negative behaviours. These are a set of habits that keep...

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10 Signs You Are in Love with a Narcissist

By Dr Martina Paglia | 21 February 2020
10 Signs You Are in Love with a Narcissist

Falling in love is a mix of hormonal changes and the chemistry between two people. But, can you be too blind to fall in love with a narcissistic personality? Or you just don’t know that the person you live is narcissistic? Psychology defines a narcissistic personality disorder as: ‘a mental disorder where a person has...

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