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The layers of motherhood are beautiful and nuanced.
There’s no problem with setting goals for yourself, but it is important to work towards our goals while being kind to ourselves. Do you have areas of your life you want to work on this year? Try some of the following tips from the goal-setting guide in the Togetherall platform.
It’s easy to think about the concept of “compassion” -- it encompasses all the good qualities we value in other people, like selflessness, consideration, kindness, and tenderness.
Are you always in a hurry, impatient in queues and flying off the handle at the slightest thing? Are you driven by a need to succeed and feel stressed out most of the time? Find out how to slow down and enjoy life.
Too much stress takes its toll on our emotional and physical health. But understanding our own stress patterns and how we respond when we’re under pressure is a good first step towards getting our lives back in control.
Contrary to popular myth, the course of true love never did run smoothly. But understanding the stages that relationships go through can make for more fulfilling and long-lasting partnerships.
Anxiety can affect anyone, at any time. But it's how we manage it that counts.
Being a good listener is an underrated skill. But it can do wonders for our relationships, our working life and our daily interactions with others.
Negative thinking can send you down and stop you getting the most out of life. But you can learn to change your thinking style.
Everyone feels lonely at some point in their lives— it can be temporary and passing or long-term and hard to change—but we all feel it.
Starting or heading back to school can be exciting and intimidating, but here's how to make the most of it.
Uncertainty creeps into our lives when we least expect it. However, not being able to answer all of life’s questions and being okay with it is part of the journey and managing life’s outcomes.
We all experience and interact with the world in a way that makes sense to us. Neurodiversity highlights the idea that there’s no one right way to think, learn, behave or feel.
A journey that includes physical and emotional changes that can dominate women’s lives for many years
There’s always more we can do to increase empathy and support for the women in our lives going through this transition.