Perfectionism and the Blindside

How often do we aspire to do everything the right way? To be able to decide about something and be very confident that it was the right decision? But, we feel that we doubt ourselves a lot. It could apply to something as simple as cooking. Maybe you accidentally added more spices than you intended to, and you start to feel frustration building up in you. Or you responded to ...
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Embracing the New Year and Being You!

Hello everybody! Happy New Year to all of you! Some of us may be feeling a little drained from the events that took place this year. As much as we would like to belief that a new year would bring new beginnings, it may not be that case entirely. There will definitely be changes and new beginnings, but, it will take time for them to happen and we would still ...
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Christmas in a COVID-19 World

Christmas is a holiday we all look forward to, but it also stresses us to an extend. As much as we look forward to the season of giving and gathering with loved ones, we also need to invest a lot of time to prepare for the celebration. From gift shopping to cleaning up the house and worrying about budget, there is a lot of planning involved. Most of us have ...
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Giving Thanks in a COVID-19 World

Festivities are being celebrated differently this year. Due to COVID-19, we have not seen our relatives and friends for a few months already and there may be other stresses in our lives such as job instability, balancing work and family life and our health itself. We tend to get caught up with the major changes going on in our lives and we may overlook the little details that could actually ...
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Different Variants of OCD

An individual with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) may either perform a routine action, have routine thoughts or combine both, action and thought. Performing a routine is known as compulsion and having repeated thoughts is called obsessions. OCD is one of the most common disorders in Singapore. An individual you interact with may have OCD. You may not be aware of it because their OCD may only be related to one ...
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