Cheryl Tan

7 Flips | 2 Magazines | 159 Likes | 10 Following | @CherylTan2018 | Keep up with Cheryl Tan on Flipboard, a place to see the stories, photos, and updates that matter to you. Flipboard creates a personalized magazine full of everything, from world news to life’s great moments. Download Flipboard for free and search for “Cheryl Tan”

This is how to overcome anger: 5 powerful secrets from mindfulness

There’s a voice shouting. Takes a second before you realize it’s yours. You feel energized. Righteous. Driving every point home. It’s like the climax …

Mindfulness

Chemical imbalances don’t cause depression — society does

When you are depressed and anxious, you get hit by two kinds of stigma. People will often say that you’re being weak or self-indulgent and just need …

The Brain

Healing From a Toxic Childhood? The Two Words You Need Most

I’ll bet you’re wondering what those two words might be, and your brain is offering up suggestions: <i>Move on</i>. <i>Forgive them</i>. <i>Be kinder</i>. <i>Stay mindful</i>.</i> …

Self-help

How to Hold Wants Lightly

Getting caught up in wanting—wanting both to get what’s pleasant and to <i>avoid</i> what’s unpleasant—is a major source of suffering and harm for oneself …

Mindfulness

Worry Less Now: The Three P's of Anxiety

Why do a staggering 40 percent of adults suffer from an anxiety disorder on a regular basis, making it the most common form of mental illness in the …

Mindfulness

How To Practise Self-Care In 2018 For A Happier You

'To bloom, we need to nurture and nourish ourselves.'<p>Traditional New Year’s resolutions can often focus on physical health and fitness, but January …

Happiness

10 Questions to Ask Yourself if You Want to Have an Amazing Year | Inc.com

According to science, if you want to actually keep your New Year's resolution, it's better to start it February first. Why? Because the hubbub of celebrations and back-to-work chaos in January often gets in the way of thoughtful commitment to our goals.<p>Whether you take that advice or not, it points …

Positive Thinking