Find out how to shift the negative core beliefs that stem from childhood
Nearly all of us have groups of negative core beliefs, or “lifetraps”, that stem from childhood. Are you ready to do the work to shift them?
Optimism can improve overall heart health
Positive thoughts and feelings can help patients achieve better cardiovascular health outcomes.
Social isolation is a major risk factor for death
Social isolation is associated with a higher risk of death from all causes combined and from heart disease.
Daily stressors impact brain health in older adults
Daily emotions and how people react to daily stressors can contribute to cognitive decline in older adults.
Social media increases depression and loneliness
Social media increases feelings of depression and loneliness.
Children with autism can thrive in mainstream preschools
Children with autism can learn important life skills in mainstream schools as in specialised settings.
Baby boys increase the odds of postnatal depression
Women who give birth to baby boys have a 79 per cent chance of developing postnatal depression.
Aerobic exercise has antidepressant effects
Aerobic exercise has a large antidepressant effect on patients with major depression.
Why city dwellers can be less generous towards strangers
We can automatically switch off our cooperative behaviours when dealing with strangers.
Discover the psychology of fertility and how emotions affect fertility health
Fertility and hormone health are considered a physical issue, but there’s much more to it than that — your mind...
6 ways to see the success in your failure
Society loves a winner, but every successful person you know or admire has failed at some point. It’s in the...
WellBeing reader Jane Turner shares the healing power of writing
WellBeing reader Jane Turner tells how the process of writing her story down has helped release pain and trauma from...
How do people make moral judgments?
A new study shows how people make moral judgments regularly.
Why it can be difficult to exercise regularly
You struggle to exercise regularly because your brain is innately attracted to sedentary behaviours.
Disagreeable individuals benefit most from compassion training
Disagreeable individuals, who are least likely to be kind, benefit most from compassion training.