A partner can snap and the moment of rage can be triggered in just a matter of seconds because all the past emotions bottled up will just erupt.
The makeover apps with names such as ‘Plastic Surgery Princess’ and ‘Pimp My Face’ – that are widely gaining popularity. (Screengrab)
I wanted to climb a mountain, be in nature, be alone but most of all, I wanted to feel the new me. I found that in Japan.
Even from the age of two children will pick up on things. It's important that you don't pretend they aren't happening
Facebooking during dinner or using e-devices at a family meal out are bad practices to be ditched
Image used for illustrative purpose. A student who was evacuated after a shooting at North Park Elementary School is embraced after groups of them were reunited with parents waiting at a high school in San Bernardino, California, U.S. April 10, 2017.
Men waiting to be hired for their labour in Yemen.
Syrian refugees watch convoy of Oxfam chief executive Goldring as he visits Al Zaatri refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq
A woman holds the antidepressant drug Prozac, also known as fluoxetine, in Leicester, central England February 26, 2008 in this posed photograph. Antidepressant medications appear to help only very severely depressed people and work no better than placebos in many patients, British researchers said on Monday.
We've all spent time and energy deciphering romantic connections, but figuring out if a potential new friend is into you can be just as tricky.
We are always looking for ways to incorporate meditation and Mindfulness into our fast paced Dubai lives. We met with Briar Jacques from The Lighthouse Arabia Centre for Wellbeing to give us some insights, hints and tips!
A lot of things account for employees’ happiness
Teachers and counsellors on how students should be empowered to grow in knowledge rather than just focus on clearing exams
Children should understand the symptoms of depression, says expert
Do you love grand gestures or are you laid-back when it comes to romancing your partner? Do you keep comparing yourself to others or do you like to take charge of a situation? Take our quiz to find out
Study shows 41 per cent of survey takers in UAE admit to feeling envious when they see happier lives of their friends on social media
We speak to an expert on how to deal with it and how to avoid doing it yourself
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The weekend is finally here, and we’re going to make the most of it with new restaurants, hit musicals, free gigs by chart-topping singers, and cut-price hair makeovers…
Dancing, brunches, insane amounts of cheese and hops and much more - your weekend is sorted
It is apparent that many successful people use morning rituals to help maximise their productivity and energy. Getty Images
Jess Macdonald is spending the festive season away from her home country.
People underestimate how difficult it will be for them to change a certain behaviour
Having a longer commute time is linked to higher levels of cortisol in the body
In addition to tiredness and health problems, feeling saturated and at your limit, a lowered tolerance for normal life events, and even projecting this emotion on to other people are all common side effects of holding on to emotional baggage.
Resilience, fear of failure, ability to learn quickly… these are just a few qualities that set a successful person apart from others. Christine Fieldhouse meets experts who suggest tips on how anyone can set their sights sky high and achieve all their dreams
Dr Nida Hussain, a clinical psychologist at Lighthouse Arabia in Dubai, said that the new recommendation from AAP stemmed from "a lot of media interaction happening now and pressure that everyone should be on it".
Dr. Saliha Afridi speaks to Aquarius Magazine about how to protect kids from beauty pressure. In a world of unrealistic beauty ideals, the hard job of raising resilient kids starts with looking in the mirror – literally.
Farah Dahabi discusses with the Khaleej Times how grief counselling can often be helpful for sufferers of acute stress disorder.
James and Katrina Wilton make sure that their two daughters Liberty, left, and Capri follow a healthy lifestyle.
Dr. Tara Wyne speaks to Gulf News about nurturing our wellbeing through adequate social support, physical fitness, challenges, accomplishment and meaning.
João Lourenço speaks with Gulf News about how to build a secure paternal bond with your children by creating special moments.
Dr. Saliha Afridi speaks to The National, UAE about how art can be used as a therapy for mental illnesses, including depression.
Carey Kirk discusses with The National how airlines have to be able to cope with disaster, and be ready to answer questions they hope they will never need to.
Dr. Saliha Afridi speaks to The National, UAE about how the frequent use of social media can cause harmful jealousy and envy.
Dr. Saliha Afridi speaks to Arabian Business, about coping with the compulsive behavior and addictions of the digital era
Madeeha Afridi speaks to The National, about helping children with anxious tendencies, including nervousness, irritability and trouble concentrating.
Dr. Sheetal Kini speaks to 7 Days, UAE about the benefits of a 'good divorce' for children and how it can be a positive decision for the family as a whole.
Dr. Tara Wyne speaks to Al Arabiya about the increasing popularity of divorce and how the end of a marriage can be seen as a healthy and positive decision
Dr. Nida Hussain speaks to The National about how to discuss the delicate subject of obesity without causing them distress, both in the short and long term.
Christine Kritzas speaks to The National about her Smart Heart board game that allows young children to constructively express their feelings without fear.
Chronic stress can damage the brain and increase our risk of developing neuropsychiatric disorders, including depression and dementia.
The LightHouse - Center for Wellbeing is proud to announce the launch of their new Resolutions Sessions on Wednesday the 25th of May.
Dr Tara Wyne, a Clinical Director and Psychologist at Lighthouse Arabia, Dubai, gives practical examples on how to include the art of giving in your life.
Dr. Saliha Afridi speaks to Gulf News about the neurobiology and other factors behind taking selfies in precarious and dangerous situations.
Our counseling psychologist Carey Kirk speaks to Friday Magazine about how our personality may impact how we react to stress.
Carey Kirk comments on how excessive use of technology is affecting the fabric of society.
Dr. Saliha Afridi shares her knowledge as a parenting expert on the importance of nurturing active children.
Dr. Tara Wyne discusses the nature of children and how they can influence adult decisions and behavior.
Madeeha Afridi speaks to The National about warning signs that a child may have an internet addiction.
Dr. Saliha Afridi speaks to Gulf News about the psychological science behind our use of emojis.
Carey Kirk joins a discussion on ADHD. She offers information on causal and contributing factors,
Dr. Afridi and Dr. Wyne discuss the realities of addiction, including addiction to alcohol and sex.