Cosmetic surgery is not a strange concept for today’s generation. It focuses on enhancing the physical appearance through surgical and medical techniques. People get cosmetic surgery for various reasons. These reasons may include defying the look that comes with age, doing away with social stigma, or augmenting one’s physical appearance. Continue reading
Art Therapy is a form of psychotherapy that employs the medium of art as its main method of communication. Patients are spurred into expressing their emotions through a piece of art, be it a sculpture, a painting, or simply a drawing. Continue reading
Many people believe that when a person is injured, whether it’s on the job, out at lunch, or in a car accident, the physical and emotional toll only affects that person. However, the family of the injured person can be just as emotionally affected, and sometimes even more so. Continue reading
In an insightful talk, Amy Cuddy explains that our nonverbal cues can significantly impact the way in which we are perceived by other persons. However, she soon raises the million dollar question “Can our body language influence the way we see ourselves?”
There’s a sense of comradery when it comes to stress in the workplace, with the boss usually being the stressor and the subordinates, the sufferers. Coping with stress is never an easy task and employees often struggle at managing stress in the office environment because they are simply too busy being stressed.
Working in high stress environments increases the risk of both suffering physical illness or symptoms of psychological distress (Cooper & Cartwright, 1994; Cooper & Payne, 1988, cited in Clarke & Cooper, 2004), and also work-related accidents and injuries (Sutherland & Cooper, 1991, cited in Clarke & Cooper, 2004). Continue reading
By hammering Manchester United 1-6 at Old Trafford, archrivals Manchester City might very well have handed them the Premier League title. Sounds strange doesn’t it? Bear with me as I explain my reasoning. Continue reading