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You might make millions but can you stay sane? The City, argues Leslie Chapman, is a psychological disaster waiting to happen.

 

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Research suggests that when we’re sizing up other people their flaws weigh in more heavily than their attributes. Karen Wright looks at how to dole out and digest negative feedback more effectively.

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Not finding your purpose in life can lead to chronic, lingering dissatisfaction and a sense of being out of sync with your inner self, according to psychologist Douglas LaBier. But don’t confuse discovering the path that’s right for you with the search for happiness, he warns.

 

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Is it just self-indulgent navel-gazing or is counselling necessary for our emotional health?  Sally Brampton investigates




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Sick to the teeth of friends who whinge all day long? Dr David Burns gives some tips on how to manage a serial complainer.

 

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Why are some of us more confident than others? Clinical psychologist and best selling author Dr Dorothy Rowe explains how we can develop authentic self-confidence.

 

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We all have a shadow self - what Jung called the enemy within - but when we recognise and explore our darker side, as Victoria Hoban discovers, we can also unlock our true potential

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