Russ debunks common mindfulness myths and helps us understand what mindfulness really is.
What is self-compassion, why is it important and how can we learn to be better at it?
Most of us can handle difficult thoughts and feelings when they aren’t overwhelming, but what about when they are more extreme?
Dr. Russ Harris walks us through his 7 tips for making positive new habits stick.
In part 2 of Dr. Russ’s Anxiety Series, he walks us through why anxiety affects some people so much more than others.
Dr. Russ Harris debunks ‘the biggest myth’ around social anxiety and shares his top tip on how to handle it.
In part 2 of Dr. Russ Harris’s ‘Being Right’ series, we learn how to better manage our desire to ‘be right’.
Dr. Russ Harris explains why always trying to ‘be right’ could be causing us – and our relationships – more harm than good.
If we have been badly hurt, threatened, betrayed, cheated, deceived or abused by others, often we find it hard to trust again. This especially likely if the people that did this to us were close friends or family members, or someone in a high trust…
Have you ever had an argument along these lines? Of course you have. Everyone does. And isn’t it almost always a complete waste of time?
The problem is, human memory is fallible. We all like to believe our memory is accurate, but the inconvenient truth is, it’s often unreliable…
I’m guessing you’ve got a pet donkey to help carry your goods to the marketplace (unless you’ve upgraded to a camel). Now, what’s the best way to motivate your donkey? To whip it with a stick? Or to offer it a carrot?..