Coercive Control

Coercive Control

“Coercive” is a term that implies the use of threats or force. In a relationship setting, coercive control can refer to any pattern of oppressive, dominating behaviour that uses harm to steer your thoughts, feelings, and actions. While coercive control is often seen...
Coercive Control

Pausing that Alcohol Habit

What if I told you I’d found a tablet that could make you sleep better, think clearer, concentrate longer, run faster and help your immune system? That doing one simple thing could bring such a wide host of health and wellbeing benefits. Well, what if I told you...
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Fear of Conflict

Overcoming the fear of conflict is a gradual process that involves self-awareness, understanding, and practice. Here are some strategies that may help you manage and overcome your fear of conflict: Understand Your Fear: Reflect on why you fear conflict. Is it a fear...
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Emotional Intelligence for Employees

Emotional intelligence is our ability to identify and manage our own emotions and reactions. It also includes our ability to identify the emotions of others and respond in a way that’s effective. When our emotional intelligence is low, we may have challenges in our...
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25 Ways to Control your Anger

Anger is a normal emotion that everyone experiences from time to time. However, if you find your anger turns to aggression or outbursts, you need to find healthy ways to deal with anger. 1. Count down Count down (or up) to 10. If you’re really mad, start at 100. In...