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  1. Working from home (WFH) with children home schooling

    Commentary: It will be a waste if parents don’t keep flexible work arrangements

    The year-long work-from-home experiment has shifted family dynamics irreversibly and getting back to a routine will not be easy.
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    Commentary: Phonecalls make some anxious but practice can give you confidence

    The fear and avoidance of phone conversations is common among those with social anxiety disorder, says a psychologist.
  3. Reimagine your relationship to alcohol HERO

    Rethink your relationship to alcohol if it causes weight gain, anxiety and sleep impairment

    For many, January is a month to rethink how much they imbibe, whether they're worried about heavy drinking or just looking for a reset.
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    Ep 4: The Mind’s Chaos

    Jess has reconciled with the difficult childhood years that triggered co-morbid mental health issues. As her outlook in life transforms, she is ...
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    Ep 2: Moving To My Own Beat

    Coping with Borderline Personality Disorder, Dheesha has to quietly overcome uncertainties about herself, anxieties of the situation and guilt ...
  6. NYT Break the cycle of insomnia HERO

    You can break the cycle of insomnia without the use of long term medication

    If you are not sleeping well these days, you're not alone.
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    Ep 2: Rewiring Depression

    In this episode, tech geek Preston Lim, takes on a condition that's not seen but felt. But can technology make 28 year-old Charles less depressed?
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    Tennis: Soderling says free of anxiety after nine-year struggle

    Former world tennis number four Robin Soderling says he has come through a nine-year battle with anxiety and panic attacks and has called for ...
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    Commentary: Does the thought of using public toilets make you anxious? You’re not alone

    Little is known about shy bladder or shy bowel, but research has estimated that as many as 1 in 6 people are affected by the condition, say two ...
  10. How to deal with difficult relatives over the holidays

    Family feud? Here’s how to deal with difficult relatives over the holidays

    You can’t control how other family members will act, but you can control how you respond to their actions.