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Jungian Insights on Negating the Effect of Work Stress on Your Mental Health

Between looming deadlines, high expectations, and a myriad of other responsibilities, it is no wonder that work has become the second biggest contributor towards stress among Americans. That's according to the American Psychological Association. Work-related stress can have a huge impact on one’s physical and mental well-being, increasing the risk of…

Strategies for Introducing Children to Jungian Principles

From economics to psychology, studies have found that it is never too early to begin teaching a child about important life principles. For adults who support, teach, and distribute knowledge about Jungian ideas, the principles may seem too high-level for a young child to understand. However, applying Jung’s theories to everyday life at an…

Interview with Dennis Slattery: Exploring Your Personal Myth

While much is said about the soul’s wisdom and capacity for creativity, it is important to remember that “archetypes always have a shadow,” Dennis Slattery said. As a teacher and a mythologist, he’s seen how vital it is to be aware that the soul also has the capacity for foolishness…

Applying Jungian Ideas to Digital Branding

Just 22% of businesses are satisfied with their conversion rate, defined as the ability to encourage visitors to their website to perform a desired action, such as signing up to a newsletter or making a purchase. This means that almost 80% of businesses are failing to meet their digital marketing…

PR Ethics: Turning to Jungian Ideas for a New Foundation

As an industry based on persuasion, public relations is one of the least trusted careers. PR specialists are often compared to sales people, journalists and politicians, all of whom have been known to distort the truth for their own personal gain. It is therefore essential that those working in this industry…

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