What would Van Gogh’s "Starry Night" look like if he lived today?
The Antipodean experience is much like that of the British: If you need help, we think there must be something really wrong with you. This is why I've felt like I was coming out again in the past few weeks, as after years of hiding, I've finally been telling people: "I'm in therapy".
You're probably making decisions based on information you don't even know you have.
It's usually a learned behaviour that is crippling for many of us.
We may not be nearly as aware of the world around us as we’d like to think, according to a thought-provoking new theory in
Fear of peanut butter sticking to the roof of your mouth. Fear of chopsticks. Fear of sourness. These might sound like made
Emotion isn't just about crying. It is about the yelling and rage we see between men. It is about the name calling and grouping of mates.
It's that eerie feeling you get where you could swear you've lived that very moment before, but of course logic tells you
I could have followed my psychologist's advice. I could have become a lesser version of myself. A less real, less honest, less feeling, less bleeding version of myself. But if I had done that, I would've taken the essence of who I am and traded it for a cheap imitation.
Australians are reporting lower levels of personal wellbeing, higher levels of stress, depression and anxiety symptoms, and