How to deal with grief or loss?
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Dealing with loss or grief can be a difficult process to go through. Sometimes going through loss or grief can also be a sudden and unexpected event. Some people may experience extreme physical pain or a shock from a sudden … Read More

What does sexual satisfaction consist of?
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What makes you satisfied in your sexual relationships? Have you ever considered the dimensions of your sexual satisfaction and what those consist of? Reflecting on your past sexual relations is one good way to evaluate what parts are usually important … Read More

Where does creativity come from?
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What makes someone creative? – You could be guessing that a long time hobby of doing something artistic like painting or writing could influence someone’s creativity. Alternatively, you could speculate it is a quality one either has or doesn’t have … Read More

One year of Untangled psychology!
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It’s officially Untangled’s first anniversary! Last Saturday we raised a toast and celebrated Untangled’s exciting full first year. The office was decorated beautifully and filled with great company to celebrate with along with delicious food. We are feeling happy and … Read More

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How to deal with loneliness?
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Being connected with others and having meaningful relationships is thought of as one of the most fundamental human needs. In the past, this social need for belonging has been crucial for our survival as well as our well-being in a … Read More

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Nature and Mental Health
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“Nature connectedness isn’t the biggest predictor of happiness but the association of the two is quite consistent. ” -John Zelenski A global trend in urban living and our growing reliance on technology may have influenced us to spend less and … Read More

New Year – New Office!
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First of all, our sincerest apologies for the silence! We’ve been busy behind the scenes organizing our new rooms. Don’t worry, we are still to be found in the same old address, but this time on the other side of … Read More

What Are You Grateful For?
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It’s difficult to write about gratitude without sounding a little too prescriptive and moralistic. A vision of people saying “just be grateful” springs to mind. And anyone that has been told this, knows how invalidating and dismissive it can be. … Read More

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The Pitfalls of Empathy
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You might have heard the term empathy in conjunction with sympathy and might be thinking ummm… what is the difference? Well to explain briefly, sympathy is understanding what another person is feeling, from your own perspective. It’s when you care … Read More