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How To Write a Brilliant College Admission Essay

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Are you trying to get admission into a prestigious college or university to earn your psychology degree? Are you having a hard time crafting your college admission essay? Not anymore, because right now you are going to discover the most effective tips that will help you to compose a brilliant college admission essay that will surely lead to your successful admission into your desired college or university. Read on to discover those secret tips! Continue reading

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5 Reasons You Should Study Psychology At University

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Psychology has a wide variety of applications. Even if you aren’t planning on pursuing a career in psychology after graduation, there are plenty of reasons to study the subject at University. So why should you spend hours doing assignment writing for a subject you don’t plan on turning into a successful career? Here are 5 reasons: Continue reading

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How A Spontaneous Holiday May Improve Your Mental Health

Spontaneous Holidays and Mental HealthMany of us like to stay in our comfort zones when we go on holiday. We may book a trip to a place we’re familiar with and give ourselves several months of advanced planning to ensure we have everything we need. However, booking a holiday spontaneously may be even more beneficial for your mental health.

Although having thorough plans will often put your mind at ease, a spontaneous holiday in an unfamiliar location allows you to build your confidence. Simply arrange your travel documents and apply for your European Health Card to get these four awesome benefits from your next spontaneous holiday: Continue reading

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The Psychological Impact of Having An Accident At Work

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Workplace accidents may or may not have long-term physical effects. But while bruises and cuts generally get all the attention, the psychological impact of an accident is often overlooked. For example, an employee who sustains an eye injury at work may seek compensation from his company. However, the eye injury compensation he receives may not account for the psychological challenges he may experience long after his physical injuries heal. Although his vision may be intact, his confidence, social life, and relationships may be affected.

Accidents at work may also contribute to the development of certain mental health issues. Consider these three mental health conditions below: Continue reading

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How Going on Vacation May Help Your Mental Health

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We all love to travel, right? We certainly do! You’ll be pleased to know that traveling is great for more than just getting the perfect Instagram picture. One of the biggest benefits of travel\ling is that it significantly improves your physical health and mental health. On holiday, we tend to walk more, whether it is to the beach or pool (or bar!), which improves our mood and sleep quality. As a result of this, our mental health thrives.  Before you pack your suitcase,
EHIC card and favorite pair of RayBan sunglasses, find out other ways traveling benefits our mental health below.
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How To Cope With Compulsive Tooth Brushing

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Symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder are not always as obvious as some people may believe. However, there are a number of small indicators that may help to provide you with a rudimentary diagnosis. OCD may be expressed in a number of ways, and one of the more common signs is compulsive tooth brushing or over-brushing. This can be extremely damaging to the teeth and gums, as it can strip away the protective enamel on a person’s teeth, and leave gums bleeding, swollen, red and/or irritated. Continue reading

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