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In the U.K., one in five adults suffers from depression each year. This medical condition that affects the mind can have lasting effects such as a feeling of hopelessness, lack of ambition and an inability to focus. Depression can affect all age groups and genders, but is more prevalent in women. Consulting a mental help

Among the flurry of get rich quick schemes and offers on the internet, you might find one telling you that you can “get paid to be a video game tester.” Although at first you might reject this offer, wondering how in the world it is possible to get paid for sitting around all day in

Stress and anxiety put people in the hospital every day. It may not be common to go to the doctor to say “I think I have stress,” but the National Institute of Health say that 80% of illnesses are caused by stress, directly or indirectly. Powerful hormones, including adrenalin, are released into your blood when

Different people get bothered for different reasons. A big sports game, an office presentation, deadlines at work, even other people and relationships — all these can cause us stress. This feeling of mild anxiety can cause different outcomes, even negative consequences. A student can fail his or her exam simply by being stressed out or

What helps in growth of our career? A good plan, ability to do the job effectively, improving the existing methods, increasing the efficiency, increasing the returns, and performing the job to satisfaction. What else? The title of this article talks of optimism. What about that? What is optimism? Optimism means to feel that things will

So what does depression and thinking right have to do with feeling happy again? Well you will find that the two are actually interconnected. Generally people who have depression don’t think the way a normal happy person does, therefore one of the best things to do is to change the way that a depressed person

Have you ever gone through the interview process, felt confident that you’d performed extremely well, and then heard these dreadful words: “I’m sorry, but we feel you’re overqualified for this position?” “Arrggh!!” When I was told that after an interview, several thoughts went through my frustration-fogged mind… What kind of crazy excuse is that for

Finding a job is much more than just ‘What would suit me’? ‘Where and who should I apply to’ or ‘Will I be good at this’? It reaches further down inside us and you understand this too because you’re feeling this right now. Do you question yourself and think yuk …… square peg into a