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How People With Unmet Needs Respond

Children and adults with unmet emotional needs often develop coping mechanisms that manifest in various ways. This article explores four primary responses seen in children

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Finding and Understanding Respect

This story aims to provide a platform for discussing the themes of respect, kindness, and understanding differences with young readers. It opens avenues to explore

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40. The Need for Organisation

Organisation is not just about tidiness or orderliness. For many, it’s a coping mechanism, a way to handle the chaos of daily life. Some people

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39. Anxiety in New Situations

Change is a constant, yet many of us experience unease or even anxiety when faced with new situations or environments. This feeling, often described as

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37. The Need for Validation

Validation is the recognition or affirmation that a person (or their feelings and opinions) are valid or worthwhile. For some, seeking validation is a natural

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36. Fairness and Justice

The concept of fairness, at its heart, is one of the pillars of societal and moral reasoning. We are often taught from a young age

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31. Difficulty with Eye Contact

In many cultures, eye contact is seen as an essential aspect of effective communication. It’s often associated with attentiveness, confidence, and honesty. Yet, for many,

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28. The Need for Predictability

We naturally seek patterns and consistency in life. This craving for predictability provides a sense of safety and reduces the cognitive load of processing new

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25. Sensitivities to Textures

Every individual possesses unique sensory preferences. For some, textures, whether they relate to clothing materials, food, or objects, can evoke intense sensations or even discomfort.

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24. Time Management

Time management refers to the ability to use one’s time efficiently and effectively. It’s not just about allocating minutes and hours to tasks, but rather

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23. Imaginative Play

Imaginative or pretend play is when individuals, often children, enact scenarios and roles using their imagination. This form of play is crucial for cognitive, social,

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22. Understanding Sarcasm

Sarcasm, often dubbed as the ‘lowest form of wit’ and yet the ‘highest form of intelligence’, is a complex language and social phenomenon. It involves

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18.Repetitive Actions and Rituals

Understanding the Comfort of Repetitive Actions and Rituals The human mind often finds comfort and stress relief in the predictable and familiar. For some individuals,

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17. Feelings and Emotions

Emotions are intricate, layered, and deeply personal. Being able to anticipate how someone might feel or react in a given situation is a complex social

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14. Day-to-Day Living Skills

Everyday living skills – such as cooking, cleaning, and personal hygiene – are often considered basic abilities that most people acquire as they transition into

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12. Coordination Challenges

Coordination, the harmonious working of muscles and limbs to execute precise actions, might seem easy and natural to many. However, some individuals, particularly those on

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11. Excellence in Mathematics

Mathematics, a universal language of logic and patterns, resonates deeply with some, becoming a source of passion and deep proficiency. Particularly, some individuals on the

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8. Relationships

Relationships often define our joys, challenges, growth, and experiences. Yet for some, especially those on the autism spectrum, forming and nurturing these relationships can feel

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7. Feelings and Emotions

Emotions shared communicate our deepest desires, fears, joys, and pains and can allow others to help us explore them further. Yet, for some individuals, especially

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6. Noticing Details

For many, the world is viewed with little attention or perhaps just an acceptance of the small details. However, for some individuals, especially those on

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5. Routines and Their Importance

For many, routines provide a sense of order and predictability. For individuals on the autism spectrum, routines might take on an even more significant role,

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4. Hobbies and Interests

While everyone has passions and hobbies, some individuals, including many on the autism spectrum, dive into their interests with a depth and intensity that stands

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3. Deciphering Non-verbal Cues

With human communication, it’s not just what’s said that counts, but also the silent signals sent through body language, facial expressions, and gestures. For many,

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2. Conversations and Connections

Engaging in meaningful conversations can be both rewarding and daunting. A simple exchange can bridge gaps, foster understanding, and deepen bonds. Yet, for some, particularly

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Strengths and Weakness Mapper

Welcome to your personal journey of introspection. Having taken our quiz, you’ve illuminated areas of your mental and emotional landscape that may benefit from deeper

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Supporting a Partner with Complex PTSD

Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (C-PTSD) arises from prolonged exposure to traumatic events, often during childhood or within the context of close relationships. Unlike PTSD, which

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Mental Turmoil

The term ‘Mental Turmoil’ evokes a whirlwind of thoughts, emotions, and unresolved issues spiraling through one’s mind. Navigating this tumultuous landscape is a psychological, philosophical,

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Invisible Barriers: Unseen but Felt

Invisible Barriers are those unspoken, often unrecognized obstacles that hinder our personal and collective growth. The Psychology of Self-Sabotage Invisible barriers often manifest as self-sabotaging

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Embracing Daoism for Modern Living

Daoism, an ancient Chinese philosophy and spiritual practice, has existed for over two millennia. However, despite its timeless principles of balance, harmony, and natural order,

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Understanding and Shifting Shame

Shame is a powerful, multifaceted emotion that can have profound effects on our psyche, relationships, and overall well-being. While it is a natural human emotion,

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Overwhelmed by Ryan Mac

Music often resonates with us on an intimate level, echoing our thoughts, emotions, and experiences. Ryan Mac’s song “Overwhelmed” perfectly captures the essence of this

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Menopause and nutrition

The menopausal phase is an important stage in a woman’s life where her body undergoes significant changes. One of the most critical aspects that can

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Beauty is an Inside Job

Unleashing Your Inner Radiance Diving into the realm of self-worth, it’s pertinent to reflect on the familiar phrase, “beauty is an inside job.” We often

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The Beauty Myth by Naomi Wolf

In this revolutionary book, Naomi scrutinises the societal fixation on physical appearance and the power dynamics interlaced within it. Let’s delve deeper into the profound

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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

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Self Discipline = Freedom

At first glance, self-discipline and freedom might appear as two opposing concepts. Isn’t freedom all about following your heart’s desires without restraints, while self-discipline involves

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Creativity Challenge

Creativity is a potent force that, when harnessed, can alter our perspective, enrich our daily experiences, and open a whole world of possibilities. But many

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Daily Positive Affirmations

Take the Challenge for Personal Transformation In a world filled with negativity and self-doubt, cultivating a positive mindset is more important than ever. One powerful

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Marcus Aurelius

 A Guiding Light for Personal Growth and Transformation Marcus Aurelius, a Roman emperor from 161 to 180 AD, is widely regarded as one of history’s

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Editing a Podcast in Wavepad

Have you been considering launching your podcast but dread the thought of editing? Or perhaps you already have one, but the editing process feels overwhelming?

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The Balance Between Ego and Soul

When it comes to understanding ourselves and our inner workings, the concepts of the ‘ego’ and the ‘soul’ can be particularly enlightening. They represent two

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Let it Go by Passenger

Unravelling the Layers of “Let It Go” by Passenger: A Tale of Loss, Forgiveness, and Expectations “Let It Go”, a beautiful ballad by the British

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The Declutter Challenge

Welcome to this week’s challenge: Decluttering! Often, we underestimate the impact that a cluttered space can have on our mental well-being and productivity. It’s time

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Derren Brown

Derren Brown, the renowned British illusionist, mentalist, and author, has astounded audiences for years with his breathtaking performances and demonstrations. Brown’s work extends far beyond

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The Tao of Pooh by Benjamin Hoff

In times of stress we often find ourselves searching for the antidote to complexity. Our quests for success, happiness, and meaning are frequently overshadowed by

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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

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You Are a Badass by Jen Sincero

Jen Sincero’s “You Are a Badass” is a refreshing take on the self-help genre. Filled with blunt humor, inspiring stories, and practical advice, it’s a

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Navigating the AI Landscape

Harnessing Artificial Intelligence for Deeper Human Insight In our fast-paced, data-driven world, the combination of artificial intelligence (AI) and human intelligence (HI) holds enormous potential.

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