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Beyond the Masks: Empowering Neurodivergent Women in the Workplace
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Behind the Mask: Empowering Neurodivergent Women in the Workplace

Analyse this: Amanda, a software developer diagnosed with ASD, experienced a significant improvement in both her productivity and well-being when her colleagues and manager finally understood her specific needs and preferences. This shift came about through open communication, highlighting the importance of creating a workplace environment where neurodivergent individuals feel

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The commodification of mental health
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The Commodification of Mental Health: When Wellness Becomes a Product

In today’s world, prioritizing mental well-being is crucial. However, a concerning trend emerges: the commodification of mental health, a terminology referring to the framing of mental health within consumerism and potentially exploiting vulnerabilities for profit. This translates to oversimplified solutions through self-help products and mindfulness merchandise, neglecting the complexity of

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How to Start your New Year: Resilient Execution

In a recent poll we carried in linkedin, we found that 100% of people achieve only part of their new year’s resolutions and objectives. 82% of them meet more than half of the objectives. The other 18% meet less than half of their objectives. No one in the cohort reported

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How to Start your New Year: Implement Purposeful Planning

In a recent poll we carried in linkedin, we found that 100% of people achieve only part of their new year’s resolutions and objectives. 82% of them meet more than half of the objectives. The other 18% meet less than half of their objectives. No one in the cohort reported

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How to Start your New Year: It's about Time
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How to Start your New Year: It’s about Time

In a recent poll we carried in linkedin, we found that 100% of people achieve only part of their new year’s resolutions and objectives. 82% of them meet more than half of the objectives. The other 18% meet less than half of their objectives. No one in the cohort reported

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