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Are there different types of loneliness?
When people think about loneliness, some may think of someone who is alone all the time; but being lonely and

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What makes you happy?
It is very likely that what makes you happy is not what makes someone else happy. However, many people assume

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Is happiness costly?
Often when asked “Does more money make you happier?”, many people agree that it does. In a metropolitan city of

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How do you apologise effectively?
When we are guilty of having done or said something that hurt or inconvenienced people around us, an apology is

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Why is it so difficult to say sorry?
An apology is an acknowledgement that we caused harm, discomfort, or inconvenience to someone. It is an opportunity to resolve

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Are you guilty of unearned guilt?
Guilt is the feeling of having caused harm or inconvenience to someone in some way. Guilt is actually quite important

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Is guilt holding you back?
Some people may describe guilt as the feeling of having done something wrong, illegal, unethical, criminal or immoral. While guilt

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The Benefits of listening
Listening is a skill that not only helps and serves others, it conditions us to become more compassionate, patient and

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Do you believe in listening?
Good listening is empathic listening; defined as a way of listening and responding to another person that improves mutual understanding

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