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How to Help Someone with Anxiety
iflow psychology provides advanced psychological counselling for individuals and couples experiencing workplace, relationship and life stress, anxiety, anger, frustration and burnout.
Adapting to Change
Despite our assumption, change is inevitable. In fact, change is the only constant in life. Sometimes, however, change is so great and unexpected that it totally challenges or even shatters our comfortable view of the world.
This article explores how humans react to change including trauma, death and loss.
This information is particularly relevant given the unprecedented global impact of COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
Relationship counselling is not just about resolving issues but evolving and optimising the relationship by learning how to communicate more effectively and rekindle the relationship or move forward if separating.
Challenging Behaviour in Children
Parenting can be challenging. Information here provides parenting tips on disciplining children, aggression, bullying and helping them building resilience through conflict resolution skills.
PSYCHOPATH: Camouflaged Charming Cheater
Psychopaths are often highly engaging, witty, charming, and fun to be around, but they are also deceitful and exploit others. They lack empathy, have no regard for the rights of others and act to serve their own purposes. Psychopaths work through manipulating others. Rarely do they act directly. They maintain a clean image. Manipulating others comes naturally to psychopaths for whom it is like a game. Psychopaths believe they are superior to others. They perceive others are only present to serve their needs. Their charm and manipulation optimises their ability to achieve their objectives so they are likely to be fast tracked through organisations.
Separation and Children - Avoiding Parental Alienation
Prevention is the best cure for avoiding parental alienation (PA). Parents should approach their separation with a child-centered approach to parenting to prevent PA before it begins. A loving relationship with both parents and a strong parent/child bond are critical elements to avoiding the negative consequences of separation on children.
What is Stress?
Stress is often described as a feeling of being overloaded, wound-up, tight, tense and worried. We all experience stress at times. Stress can help to motivate us to get a task finished or perform well. If we become too stressed or experience stress for too long it can be harmful. Stress becomes problematic when it impacts negatively on our well-being or ability to function.
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