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    PSYCHOLOGY BEHIND CHEATING     Cheating is a violation of your commitment between you and your relationship partner, which could be your wife/husband or girlfriend/boyfriend. In other words, you’re having an affair with another person who is outside of your monogamous relationship and it could be through (physical:...

    STOP THE ABUSE NOW     There are many signs that you are in an abusive relationship. An abusive relationship is where a person exerts power and dominance over the other person, and these abusive behaviors can be in the form of physical, psychological, verbal, or financial ways,...

    TELLTALE INDICATIONS TO SPOT FAKE NEWS     Many individuals feel that the utilization of deception as an instrument of influence and weapon of impact has arrived at new statutes as a greater percentage of our lives move online. From standard news organizations to online media to radio...

    COPING WITH GRIEF     The COVID-19 scourge has been a nerve-wracking experience of almost succumbing to death. As the pandemic spreads, the mixed emotions of losing a close relative or companion, combined with the oddities of monetary changes and social isolation, can lead to strained friendships and...

    WHY DOES THIS HAVE TO HAPPEN?     COVID-19 has come as a surprise to society, healthcare systems, businesses, and governments throughout the world, despite the fact that a global pandemic has been a lurking threat for decades. Governments are still under pressure to make decisions on how...

    MANAGING EMOTIONS BY KNOWING WHAT IT'S CALLED     Ever had that time when you’re not quite sad or anything, you still have energy but you feel kind of gloomy? Just, “meh”? Well, it’s hard to explain what you feel when you can’t find the exact word to...

      WORKING AS A FAMILY MEMBER     Most family members were expected to stay at their own homes due to the covid-19 outbreak. And with this, comes the pressure that everyone is expected to bond more, spend more times together and support each other every time. However, some...

      THE STRUGGLE OF HAVING ANXIETY DURING THE PANDEMIC     It’s been almost two years here in the Philippines that we are living with our face mask on, face shield, alcohol, and a one-meter distance to each other because of the outbreak of COVID-19 and just recently, a...

      WHATEVER HAPPENED WITH FACE TO FACE HUMAN CONNECTION     The pandemic has altered our personal connections in unexpected ways, pushing us to live closer together with certain individuals while separating ourselves from others. Living under lockdown has required regular, close touch with our families and partners, yet...

      PETS AND MENTAL HEALTH     As the COVID pandemic wears on, one thing has been noticed. Many of us spent a lot more time attending to our pets. Maybe, to assist us with persevering through this difficult time in history. The pandemic has brought testing sensations of...

      WHAT EFFECTS HAS IT BROUGHT TO US?     Despite the fact that the pandemic has a long history, many clinical writings still struggle to define it. There have been several pandemic-related events that have had a substantial impact on global wellness, economy, and, unexpectedly, public safety. Many medical...

      HOW TO DEAL WITH COVID ANXIETY     Since the COVID-19 pandemic has started, it has raised fear, worrying and anxiety to people around the world. It really hit an emotional toll especially to those people who already have a mental health illness. People are afraid that they...

      HOW TO DEAL WITH CONSTANT CHANGES?     COVID-19 pandemic did not just bring viruses to all of us, but it also brought huge changes- in life, perspective, wisdom, in the way we interact with people, in the safety protocols that we should follow, and the way we...

      HOW CAN YOU MAKE WORK-LIFE BALANCE WORK FOR YOU?     The global pandemic has altered the way we work, blurring what was once a blurry line between life and work and raising concerns about the long-term effects on our mental health. In any event, we're hearing that...

      UNDERSTANDING HOW BOREDOM AFFECTS US     “Bored, I’m so bored, I’m so bored. So bored…”  Just like these lyrics on Billie Eilish’ song entitled Bored, almost everyday we feel bored, no energy to do the things you’re passionate about, feeling trapped in a four-walled room with no lights...

      THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT FEELING LONELY   WHAT is loneliness?  Loneliness is defined as a state of mind. People who are lonely feel empty, alone, and unwelcome. These people crave for human contact but because of the state of their mind, they find it difficult to...

      Managing Uncertainties and Uncontrollability   We live in a world that is full of vulnerabilities on a daily basis. We have no chance of realizing what will occur straight away. Dread and vulnerability can leave you feeling worried, restless, and weak over the course of your life....

      Managing Relationships During Quarantine   Even before the time of quarantine, managing a relationship was not that easy. For a relationship to work, it requires having mutual understanding between two people within the relationship. It also requires emotional support between the two, efforts from one another and...

        Busting 3 Myths About Art Therapy     Mental health professionals receiving calls from clients calling from their cars, bathrooms and web calls are done privately in hushed tones. These are the scenarios that will be brought by the pandemic in 2020. From a local research conducted during...