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The Hero Syndrome In The Workplace


By Gina Bribany Being a hero has intrinsic positive connotations. Heroes are loved, wanted, admired, recognized and kept in high importance. Then, what makes it a syndrome? There is a difference between becoming a hero by accident or as a side effect of your dedication and becoming a hero because you believe that you are a hero, or you are looking to be one. The hero syndrome, also known as hero complex, describes individuals that are constantly seeking to be […]

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2 ERRORS THAT COST YOUR HAPPINESS


By Gina Bribany Our survival mechanisms could play us a dirty game when we are not paying attention to our behaviors, but more importantly to the beliefs behind those behaviors. Here are two errors you want to correct to preserve or increase your happiness. Do not suppress your emotions Some people misunderstand emotional Intelligence as suppressing their emotions. Especially under traumatic or very stressful circumstances, some people tend to numb themselves to not feel the emotional pain. What they do […]

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