Belief issues

Holding beliefs can make us feel bad because our life experiences do not always match them. For example, the belief that ‘Everybody must like and approve of me’ creates problems when we say or do something that might elicit disapproval from others. We may not be as youthful or slim …

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Gifted childrens development

Twice-exceptional students’ success in academic domains may be connected to their social and emotional development. For example, Willard-Holt, Weber, Morrison, and Horgan’s (2013) mixed methods analysis of successful twice-exceptional students demonstrated their need for resilience and perseverance, given that almost all of the 16 participants did not report feeling …

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Mobile optimisation

By far the biggest thing they want to see is that your website performs well on a smaller screen like an iPhone. This is called mobile optimisation. Confusing, since we’re talking about search engine optimisation. It’s almost as if the “experts” who name these things have a vested …

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CBT

The aim of CBT is not to eliminate all unpleasant emotions, but to respond to situations appropriately. There are some situations in which it is reasonable and appropriate to feel sad, regretful, angry or disappointed. If we lose something that we value, it is appropriate to feel sad. If we …

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