Monthly Archive for: ‘1 year ago’

Dealing with Anxiety during COVID-19 in Singapore

Dealing with Anxiety during COVID-19 in Singapore

We could discover a new side to ourselves or our family members, explore new interests alone or with our family members or we could mope that we cannot manage. Whichever we think we are, we will be.

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Community Capital: Its Sources and Functions in Communities of Heart

Community Capital: Its Sources and Functions in Communities of Heart

The expansion of community capital is a means of sustained community renewal. Community capital incorporates three elements that are found …

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de Tocqueville and the Communities of Heart

de Tocqueville and the Communities of Heart

During the formative years of North American democracy (1830s), an observant historian from France, Alexander de Tocqueville, wrote about “Habits of the Health” that exemplified the best of North American communities.

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I Don’t Want No Bad News – but I am Curious about This News: Our Polarized Reactions to Negative Feedback

I Don’t Want No Bad News – but I am Curious about This News: Our Polarized Reactions to Negative Feedback

I suggest that there is often a polarity operating when we are faced with the prospect of receiving negative feedback

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At the Edge of Knowledge: The Future of Professional Psychology

At the Edge of Knowledge: The Future of Professional Psychology

Welcome to The Edge of Knowledge: The Future of Professional Psychology. This is a “living” digital journal that is concerned …

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Leading into the Future VII: Constructivism and Postmodernism

Leading into the Future VII: Constructivism and Postmodernism

I have already introduced the term “postmodernism” when beginning to describe the challenges associated with “leading into the future.” Now …

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The New Johari Window VII: Postmodern Relationships and Complexity

The New Johari Window VII: Postmodern Relationships and Complexity

The increasing density of human population is not simply a matter of population growth, it also has to do with a remarkable dynamic that is to be found in most systems—what many theorists now label the strange attractor phenomenon.

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