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Staying grounded in the midst of uncertainty

It has been a while since many began working from home; what started out as interesting has now become a norm and perhaps causing some of us more distress while adapting to be away from our daily activities, friends, colleagues and for some, their families ...
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Embracing New Habits – Re-calibrating

It has been almost two months now since we started working from home. It wasn’t easy but I managed to learn fast and held my counselling sessions via zoom with the international students we have at the campus. It has been a smooth transition and ...
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The Ability to Bounce Back After Setbacks

How often have we found it difficult to bounce back after failing an exam or a business venture? Most of us tend to focus on our failures and start to develop fear over trying again. This leads to high levels of stress because of stagnation ...
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Emotional Resilience During The COVID-19 Period

Alleviating Singaporeans' Fear And Anxiety When faced with COVID-19 and circuit breaker measures, many non-essential services and businesses closed their doors. Everything has to change, and not only in terms of social norms, but also lifestyle. As a religious place of worship, my organisation continues ...
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Treating trauma during the COVID-19 Pandemic

The ‘Remedy’ is in the Eye of the Beholder We do know that the Pandemic storm will blow over, albeit a longer time to ride out. Most of us have also experienced ‘surviving’ other economic downturns and adverse events. However, what I have been seeing ...
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