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The Affect of Social Media on our Identities

The Affect of Social Media on our Identities

Studies have found that when we use social media, our brains release an amount of the feel-good chemical dopamine that is on par with gambling and recreational drug use. Receiving likes and reactions to posts feeds into our very human need for validation and affirmation. This causes us to curate our lives and personalities, and in some cases, even create wholly false identities.

Art Therapy and the Creation Process

Art Therapy and the Creation Process

I was a below average art student back in high school and the idea of taking on an art project in my 30s made me a little uncomfortable. Maybe because the memories of my draconian and disengaged art teacher made me question my ability to create something worthwhile or maybe because being alone in a room with nothing but a blank canvass and some paints made me feel inadequate, like a beginner all over again.

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Uncertainty (“Paid or Unpaid Leave”?)

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As human beings, we share many traits and objectives, we also share vulnerabilities and in times of unrest, they seem to bubble, propelled by our personal fear versus dissociative responses, rising to the top of our consciousness.

The Latest Covid-19 and Lockdown News

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Rouding up Covid-19 and lockdown news covering topics like the Presedential address, vaccine and testing info, as well as South Africans living that ubuntu life.

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Executive Communication regarding COVID-19

Executive Communication regarding COVID-19

At some time in everyone’s career they experience incivility at work, this can be as small as being interrupted or bumped into without an apology, or as terrible as bullying and harassment. Repeated instances of incivility can impact the psychological health and safety of employees.

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