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    10 Apps That Can Impact And Change The World

    The world needs to change and now the power to change the world is in your click. It is time you take control and participate in the betterment of world. Here are 10 apps that can impact the world and change it for the good of humankind and nature. 1. Tree Planet 2 The user […]

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    Windows into a Life in Poverty and Lessons for Social Workers

    Living in poverty is more than not having enough money to meet an arbitrary threshold. For many, a life in poverty is one of perpetual disappointment, missed opportunities, self-loathing and blame. Recognizing these feelings in others, and the impact they have on us professionally, is an important step in creating change. A simple transaction at […]

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    Self-Compassion And Self-Care: Being As Kind To Yourself As You Are To Other People

    Modern life is stressful – so stressful! Between work, study, maintaining relationships, family obligations, childcare, paying bills, cooking meals, organising a household, taking care of pets, exercise, volunteering, socialising…it’s not surprising how little time we can spend thinking of nice things to do for ourselves! Self-care can mean a huge range of things to different […]

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    Did Therapy Not Work For You?

    If therapy didn’t work for you, chances are, it was the wrong type. However, you and your therapist may not have realized it. Broadly speaking, therapy can be divided into four types: long-term, moderate term, short term and brief. With regard to long-term therapy, most people will relate to psychoanalysis where the client lies back […]

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    Battling for Balance

    When I left the Marine Corps, I had a hard time carving a new identity for myself. I was terribly invested in what others thought of me. My public story was of crisp uniforms, physical fitness metrics, and successes. I always looked good on paper. My private story involved destructive choices, broken doors and holes […]

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    How To Be A Grateful Social Worker

    Today I’ll show you how to be a more grateful social worker. November is here. The month of the year we are reminded to reflect on our blessings and express thanks. Here’s the thing: We can feel grateful and intentionally expressing the feeling year round. If you’re not “practicing gratitude”, you are likely less healthy in […]

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