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    The Psychology of it is passionate about bringing the human back into psychology.
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    We are a compassionate and caring bunch who just really dig people! Eager to understand what makes us all tick, we'll be delving into the science behind common (and not so common) experiences in life, translating the jargon and really long words from the latest research into easy to understand, practical, user-friendly information.
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    The Psychology of it is the brainchild of clinical and health psychologist, Dr Jodie Fleming, an avid, curious and open observer of humans. A writer. A lover of life.
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    Formal relaxation practice is not only an effective way to manage life's stressors, but it has a magnitude of well-researched benefits. In this piece, you'll find a 25 minute relaxation tool to add to your own Coping Toolkit, to use for your own personal practice in both audio and audio-visual Read More

    Guided Imagery with Coloured Breathing: Relaxation Exercise

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    Love has been the topic of conversation of late on The Psychology of It Facebook page. In particular, what attracts us to one person and not another? What helps us fall in love and what keeps us in love? All those questions and more are answered in this, our first Read More

    Love: The Article

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    Fraser Smith is a counselling psychology doctoral trainee in Glasgow, Scotland. He's passionate about psychology and for helping others in therapeutic contexts. This passion has developed into his career and hobbies, so much so that he started a YouTube channel called GetPsyched where Fraser looks into all different concepts and Read More

    Conversations on the Couch with Fraser Smith

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    Recently, we put a call out to our The Psychology of It Village to contribute to our very own list of pleasant activities. This is what you made Village!
    101 fabulous ideas to fill your cup on days when you need some self-care, self-compassion or some plain old inspiration.
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    Things That Fill Our Cups by The Psychology of It Village

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    The first twenty years of my life have been filled with a decent serving of both highs and lows.
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    Lessons Learnt from Adversity by Maddison Wittmann

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    "Self-Absorption in all its forms kills empathy, let alone compassion. When we focus on ourselves our world contracts as our problems and preoccupations loom large. But when we focus on others our world expands. Our own problems drift to the periphery of the mind and so seem smaller, and we Read More

    Connecting by Tasha Broomhall

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