The global pandemic has impacted everyone and with so many things beyond our control, we can feel as though we have been strapped into an emotional roller coaster that we never wanted to ride. Understandably, feelings of pessimism and hopelessness may arise and, at tim...

Self-care is often mistaken for selfishness and it is important to be able to distinguish between these two concepts. When we behave in a selfish manner, we are only thinking about ourselves, however when we engage in self-care, we consider our own needs, as well as th...

Why set goals if you think you can’t achieve them? Why make changes in your life if you are convinced they will fail? When Henry Ford said: “Whether you think you can or can’t, you are right,” he identified the pivotal role self-talk plays in our lives. 

When I am in a...

While your Grandparents may have extolled the virtues of gratitude and positive thinking by encouraging you to “count your blessings,” Psychologists have historically ignored themes of human flourishing, preferring to focus more on the unhappier aspects of the human ex...

Anne-Marie Slaughter’s landmark 2012 article: “Why women still can’t have it all” was the most read article ever published by the Atlantic magazine. It kick started important conversations about working and caring that are still going strong five years later.  When Sla...

What are boundaries?

The Oxford dictionary defines a boundary as “a line that marks a limit.” Countries, states and cities all need to have boundaries and so do people. It is important to understand boundaries, as they exert a critical influence on your relationships wi...

  • Do you attribute your success to luck or timing?

  • Do you believe “If I can do it, anyone can?”

  • Do you agonise over the smallest flaws in your work?

  • Are you crushed by even constructive criticism, seeing it as evidence of your ineptitude?

  • When you...

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About the Authors

Matt Dale is a qualified, registered and practicing Psychologist. He has worked in private practice and human capital firms for over two decades. Matt also currently works with Queensland Treasury Corporation on its people programs and executive leadership development.

Rachel Tyson is a full member of the Australian Psychological Society. Rachel has been working as a Psychologist for over 20 years in a variety of public and private sector hospital, community and educational settings in Brisbane, Sydney, Cambridge and Canberra.

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