TEST: Do you stand up for yourself?

Posted October 14th 2011

When it comes to being assertive, do you roar like a tiger or lie down like a lamb? Take our test to find out

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Are you what you choose?

Posted September 7th 2011

Anita Chaudhuri finds that what’s in our shopping basket says a lot about who we are

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Why disaster movies can cheer us up

Posted August 9th 2011

Forget happy endings – today’s movies, TV shows and political issues favour apocalyptic horror and grim realism. But there can be benefits to abandoning the happy ever after, says Ariel Leve

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Get through the tough stuff

Posted July 25th 2011

Why do some of us recover easily from life’s knockbacks, while others falter?
Charlotte Blair finds out and asks, can we learn to be more resilient?

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Correct me if I’m wrong – or should you?

Posted March 15th 2011, by Rosie Ifould

Isn’t it better just to let some things go?

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From Gordon Ramsay to Ronan Keating: should you air your problems in public?

Posted November 11th 2010, by Rosie Ifould

So, Gordon Ramsay celebrated his 44th birthday by publishing an open letter to his mother-in-law in the Evening Standard. It implored her not to cut her daughter Tana out of her life following the increasingly bitter fall out between Ramsay and his father-in-law (and ex-business partner) Chris Hutcheson. Meanwhile, Ronan Keating has made an apology […]

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