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Daily Change – Your Mental Health

By engaging with our mental health pages, you can learn practical techniques for managing stress, developing resilience, improving your relationships, and more. Our goal is to provide you with the tools and resources you need to thrive, both personally and professionally. So, whether you’re struggling with anxiety, looking to improve your self-esteem, or simply seeking inspiration for a more positive outlook on life, Daily Change is here to support you on your journey.

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Depression by Dax: A Raw Portrayal of Mental Health Struggles

Canadian rapper and songwriter Daniel Nwosu Jr., better known by his stage name Dax, has continuously used his lyrical prowess to delve into emotionally charged topics. One such track is “Depression”, a poignant portrayal of his personal struggles with mental health. This article takes a closer look at the song,

The Marshmallow Test – Understanding delayed gratification

In today’s society, with its fast-paced environment and instant gratification culture, it is more critical than ever to comprehend the value of patience and self-control. One of the most influential psychological experiments to explore this concept is the Marshmallow Test. Unravelling the Marshmallow Test Conducted by psychologist Walter Mischel in

Clear Your Unfinished Tasks to Clear Your Mind

In our everyday lives, we often juggle multiple tasks simultaneously. In the midst of this, it’s not uncommon for some tasks to remain incomplete. What we may not realise is the cognitive impact these unfinished tasks have on our mental state, leading to a phenomenon known as the ‘Zeigarnik Effect’.

Understanding the Spotlight Effect & Reducing Social Anxiety

The spotlight effect is a psychological phenomenon that makes us believe we are being noticed and observed more than we actually are. This belief stems from our natural tendency to forget that although we are the center of our own world, we are not the center of everyone else’s. We

Good Vibes – Good Life by Vex King

Good Vibes, Good Life is a contemporary guidebook that explores the concept of self-love and positivity. King beautifully ties the idea of personal wellbeing to the energy we exude and attract. Understanding Good Vibes “Good Vibes” is more than a popular phrase. It refers to the positive energy we generate

Comfortably Numb – Pink Floyd

Pink Floyd’s ‘Comfortably Numb’, one of the band’s most iconic songs, provides us with a unique perspective on life and self-awareness. Despite the seeming melancholy of the lyrics, it can be a launching point for introspection and positive change. The Song and its Narrative ‘Comfortably Numb’ is a dialogue between

Understanding Attachment Theory: A Pathway to Personal Development

Attachment theory, pioneered by psychologist John Bowlby, is a psychological model that describes the dynamics of long-term interpersonal relationships. It’s a powerful lens through which we can examine our relationships and our patterns of relating to others. More than this, understanding and applying attachment theory can significantly contribute to our

Make friends with what you can’t change and change the things you can.

Embracing Change and Acceptance: The Dual Path to Inner Peace “Make friends with what you cannot change and change the things you can and wish to change.” This powerful quote encourages us to strike a balance between acceptance and change, which can be transformative on our journey towards inner peace.

Embrace and learn from your emotions rather than hide from them

This is a potent statement, one that brings attention to the importance of confronting our emotional responses rather than seeking to bury them. In a society that often promotes emotional stoicism or the notion of ‘keeping a stiff upper lip’, the value of understanding and learning from our emotions is

Waking the Tiger: Healing Trauma by Peter Levine

This is a seminal work in the field of trauma therapy. Dr. Levine, a medical biophysicist and psychologist, introduces his groundbreaking Somatic Experiencing therapy in this book, highlighting the body’s innate ability to self-regulate and recover from trauma. The Theory of Trauma Dr. Levine postulates that trauma is not in

What does a mentally healthy adult look like (and what are the alternatives?)

From a schema perspective, being a healthy adult mentally involves having a well-integrated self-schema that promotes balanced and adaptive responses to different life situations. A schema, in psychology, refers to a pattern of thought or behavior that organises categories of information and the relationships among them. Our schemas help us

Change Starts Within: The Journey to Becoming a Better Person

Often, we find ourselves desiring changes in our relationships, our workplaces, and our broader societies. It’s an inherent part of being human to want to shape our environment to better suit our needs and aspirations. Yet, the most effective change—the one that’s within our control—starts from within ourselves. The Folly

Clearing the Clutter: A Guide to Healing and Releasing Emotional Baggage

In life, we all experience situations that create emotional responses, leaving us with feelings of anger, sadness, regret, or guilt. These emotional residues, if not dealt with, accumulate over time, turning into what we often refer to as ’emotional baggage’. Here’s a psychological guide on how to clear, heal, resolve,

Inspiring Change through TED / TEDx: A Pathway to Enlightened Living

In the quest for self-improvement and personal growth, the resources we draw upon make a significant difference. Whether it’s a thought-provoking book, insightful podcast, or an inspiring website, the right source can illuminate our path and propel us forward. Today, we’re turning our spotlight on one such resource – the

Are you neurotic and can you change it?

Neuroticism, a component of the widely recognised Five Factor Model of personality, refers to an individual’s tendency to experience negative emotions such as anxiety, worry, fear, anger, and depression. A high degree of neuroticism can influence how we handle stress and interact with the world. This article will guide you

Can our triggers teach us what we need to learn?

Our emotional triggers, often seen as impediments, are actually powerful tools for personal growth. They act as signposts, guiding us towards areas of our lives that need our attention, our compassion, and our understanding. These triggers can be a route to not just self-discovery, but also to self-transformation. Mapping Your

Detaching from Physical Pain: Is it Possible and How to Achieve It

Physical pain is a common human experience that can range from mild discomfort to severe agony. When we’re faced with persistent or chronic pain, it can take a toll on our mental and emotional well-being. However, there is a growing body of research suggesting that it is possible to mentally

Your Self-Worth and Breaking Free from the Judgement of Others

The quote “Do not base your self-worth off the judgement of others” encapsulates a profound truth about the importance of valuing ourselves independently from external opinions. However, understanding why some individuals tend to be judgmental can shed light on their motivations and help us navigate their influence more effectively. In

From Childhood Shame to Adult Empowerment: A Journey of Healing and Growth

Shame is a powerful emotion. Rooted deeply in our formative years, it’s often an unwelcome guest in our emotional house. Stemming from incidents where we may have felt humiliated, embarrassed, or ‘less than’, childhood shame can seep into our adult lives, influencing our behaviour, self-esteem, and relationships. However, it’s essential

I’m Sorry, Please Forgive Me, Thank You,I Love You.

There’s a simple yet potent prayer that traces its origins back to the indigenous Hawaiian tradition, known as Ho’oponopono. Its simplicity is deceptive, as it carries profound implications for our psychological well-being and our ability to navigate life’s complexities. The prayer consists of four short phrases: “I’m sorry, Please forgive

The People We Don’t Forgive Maintain Control

It sounds paradoxical, but when we dig into the human psyche, we start to see the profound truth embedded within these words. This truth holds the power to reshape our lives and relationships, empowering us to break free from the chains of resentment and reclaim our inner peace. The Mirror

Breaking free from a victim mentality

Some of us choose empowering roles while others unknowingly step into limiting ones, one of which is the role of a victim. A victim mentality is a pervasive pattern of negative thinking that results in feeling helpless, powerless, and often at the mercy of others or circumstances. But how does

The stories we tell ourselves, can set us free

Shaping Our Lives Through the Stories We Tell Ourselves The stories we tell ourselves, largely define our lives. They can shape our perceptions, mold our actions, and set our course. Often, these narratives are woven from threads of past experiences, expectations we believe that others hold for us, and the

Worrying Enough to Act, Not Enough to Paralyse

Worry can be a useful motivator. However, when it escalates to a point where it stifles action and spawns paralysis, it becomes a hindrance. This article aims to help you find that sweet spot, where worry fuels productive action rather than obstructive anxiety. Understanding the Scale of Worry Worry is

Top Tips to Enable a Narcissist

Narcissism is a personality disorder characterised by a deep need for excessive attention and admiration, a lack of empathy for others, and an inflated sense of self-importance. Such relationships are typically unhealthy and toxic. However, to play the devil’s advocate, let’s explore how one could enable a narcissist: Always Put

Fostering Kindness While Honouring Personal Boundaries

In a world that can sometimes feel full of negativity, the act of showing kindness can be a powerful force for positive change. However, as important as it is to be kind, it’s equally crucial to respect our personal boundaries to ensure our well-being. This delicate balancing act involves the

Is someone projecting their sh*t onto you?

Projection is a psychological phenomenon that occurs when individuals attribute their own unconscious thoughts, feelings, or qualities onto others. It is a defense mechanism that helps protect our self-image and cope with uncomfortable or unacceptable aspects of ourselves. However, projection can hinder personal growth, damage relationships, and create misunderstandings. In

Navigating Blame: A Path to Compassionate Understanding

In our human interactions, blame often arises as a natural response when things don’t go as planned. Whether it comes from ourselves or others, blame can be a complex and challenging emotion to navigate. In this article, we will explore the nature of blame, its potential functions, and its impact

Unshackling Shame: Understanding Its Grip and Taking Bold Steps Forward

Harnessing the Power of Self-Compassion to Overcome Shame When we stumble in life, the emotion we often encounter isn’t just disappointment or sadness — it’s shame. Shame is that cringing feeling, that internal voice whispering, “I am a failure.” But here’s the truth: shame is not a reliable narrator of

Pete Cohen’s free 30 day Kick Start Programme

Pete Cohen’s “30-Day Kick Start” course is a transformative program designed to help individuals jumpstart their lives and achieve their goals. Through a combination of mindset coaching, nutrition guidance, and fitness strategies, Pete Cohen guides participants on a comprehensive journey towards personal growth, health, and success. The course begins by

Harnessing the Power of Neuroplasticity: Change Your Brain, Change Your Life

Have you ever felt trapped in old patterns and negative thoughts? Many people assume that our brains are permanently moulded by past experiences and beliefs. However, neuroscientific research suggests otherwise. Enter neuroplasticity—the power of our brain to change and adapt. Let’s explore this transformative phenomenon and how it can promote

The Unconventional Guide to Hacking Your Subconscious Mind

The subconscious mind is a powerful force that influences our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. It governs our habits, beliefs, and instincts, often without our conscious awareness. Hacking into your subconscious mind and rewiring it can help you overcome limiting beliefs and unlock your full potential. This unconventional guide offers insights

Understanding Triggers: The First Step in Changing Reactionary Behaviour

The Power of Triggers Everyone has triggers — situations, people, or environments that elicit strong emotional responses. But why do these triggers have such a profound impact on us, and how can understanding them help us change our reactionary behaviours? Triggers often root themselves in past experiences, particularly ones from

The Psychological Benefits of Personal and Group Challenges

The Power of Personal Challenges Setting personal challenges is a powerful tool for self-improvement. It creates an opportunity for us to stretch beyond our comfort zones and establish new norms of what’s possible. These challenges, particularly when aligned with our visions and goals, can serve as stepping stones towards our

Adding More Water: Embracing a Clearer Life

We could compare our lives to a glass of water mixed with dirt. The more we focus on removing the dirt, the more we stir it up, resulting in murkier water. Instead, he suggested that we keep adding more water, thereby diluting the dirt and naturally clearing up the water.

The Journey of Personal Growth: Transforming Challenges into Stepping Stones

In the pursuit of self-improvement, we often forget an important aspect – embracing challenges. Our quote for today, “Turn your stumbling blocks into stepping stones,” serves as a compelling reminder. This statement is not only motivational but also grounded in psychological research. Let’s delve into how we can transform our