Peeling potatoes also saves the world

When I start to feel guilty about not taking anyone in tonight because I need to rest, I pat this dear mummy sitting on my shoulder and reminding me: ‘You’ll sleep in your grave, there are people to be taken care of’, and I say: ‘Today, I’m the person I will take care of’. Interview with Julia Celejewska and Natalia Sarata

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Psychodietician: We are more than fat tissue

‘We treat someone’s additional pounds as an invitation to criticise them. We criticise because we think obese people have no idea about their appearance and lack mirrors at home’. Interview with Magdalena Hajkiewicz-Mielniczuk, psychodietician and founder of the profile ‘Wiem, co jem’ [‘I Know What I’m Eating’].

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Children with PTSD live in constant tension. They are considered stupid at school, and it’s cortisol that keeps them from learning

– Few people think that PTSD affects a child or teenager. As a result, we underestimate their suffering. We think, ‘How can a ten-year-old be traumatised?’. They can – says psychotraumatologist Anna Jastrzębska.

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Blind man’s buff with maintenance. Bailiff: They try to get out of it, but I have a way. I have already collected PLN 2.9 million

The bailiff who collects maintenance: The anthem of my profession should be the song ‘I will find you someday’

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A universal remedy for immunity, good sleep and a healthier heart? Researchers believe it is all about gratitude

According to psychology professor Robert A. Emmons of the University of California, Davis, clinical research indicates that the practice of gratitude can have lasting effects on a person’s health and life. It can lower blood pressure, improve immunity and make us sleep and rest better.

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