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  • Returning Home

    Returning Home

    What is home for you? Where is home? What does it mean to go home? So many these days have mentioned to me that they just want to go home. They »

    What is home for you? Where is home? What does it mean to go home? So many these days have mentioned to me that they just want to go home. They »

    What is home for you? Where is home? What does it mean to go home? So many these days have mentioned to me that they just want to go home. They just want to click their heels while wearing the ruby red slippers and wake up somewhere else; somewhere that is full of heart and soul. Somewhere full of love, »

  • Morning Exercises That Will Make You Feel Great All Day

    Morning Exercises That Will Make You Feel Great All Day
    Robert Locke
    Robert Locke

    There are lots of studies that show if you do some exercise in the morning, you will be in a better mood all day long. You will have more energy »

    There are lots of studies that show if you do some exercise in the morning, you will be in a better mood all day long. You will have more energy »

    There are lots of studies that show if you do some exercise in the morning, you will be in a better mood all day long. You will have more energy and you will certainly be a better colleague, friend or partner. One psychologist at Duke University has researched the effects of exercise on depressed patients »

  • You (and Your Therapist) Can Change Your Personality

    You (and Your Therapist) Can Change Your Personality
    Melissa Dahl
    Melissa Dahl

    A question for the ages: Are you stuck with yourself? Plenty of researchers who study personality would answer in the affirmative. For a long »

    A question for the ages: Are you stuck with yourself? Plenty of researchers who study personality would answer in the affirmative. For a long »

    A question for the ages: Are you stuck with yourself? Plenty of researchers who study personality would answer in the affirmative. For a long time, the study of personality was stuck in two extremes: Some psychological scientists argued that your personality is so stubborn that it forms once and for »

  • Scientifically-Backed Ways to Beat the Winter Blues

    Scientifically-Backed Ways to Beat the Winter Blues
    Brigitt Hauck
    Brigitt Hauck

    1. Make your environment brighter. When your body is craving more daylight, sitting next to an artificial light—also called a light box—for »

    1. Make your environment brighter. When your body is craving more daylight, sitting next to an artificial light—also called a light box—for »

    1. Make your environment brighter. When your body is craving more daylight, sitting next to an artificial light—also called a light box—for 30 minutes per day can be as effective as antidepressant medication. Opening blinds and curtains, trimming back tree branches, and sitting closer to windows »

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Filter Out the Noise

Leo Babauta

It can seem like our lives are filled with busyness, noise, distractions, »

Clear Your Mind of Stress

Jonathan Long

Being an entrepreneur isn't easy. There are constant ups and »

Top Ten Christmas Health Risks

Fergus Walsh

Ready for Christmas? You may have your Christmas menu planned, »

Christmas is an Isolating Time

JS Bamrah and Kailash Chand

Christmas is a time for joy, celebration and bringing together »

Millennials are ‘More

Kashmira Gander

The packed social calendar and financial stress of Christmas »

Holiday Relationship Blues

Dr. Erica Goodstone

So You've Got Holiday Relationship Blues You have no close family »

Where Does Self-Confidence

Alice G. Walton

Self-confidence is an integral part of the equation of personal »

7 Smart Ways to Stay Active

Jennipher Walters

Baby, it's cold outside. And, if you're like me, winter weather »

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My Story ~ Mental Health Matters

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10 ways to ease the impact of “change fatigue”

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Have You Come to a Full Stop? Are You Having Difficult

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How to Improve Sleep Quality

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Break These 3 Bad Habits and Have a Healthier Marriage

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Grief, Loss and Resolution

When someone we love dies, a feeling of deep, painful grief is a natural »

7 Reasons Why Longer Meditations are Important

"When we meditate for long periods of time (2 or More Hours Daily) we gain »

Your Business As The Playground Of Possiblities

Business. Just the word itself can bring up so much heaviness. What comes »

Time: The Ultimate Luxury

Time: The Ultimate Luxury There are eighty-six thousand four hundred seconds »

You Can Think Yourself Sick

"New studies show that a person can think themselves sick. And that's exactly »

The Importance of Gratitude in Recovery

The Importance of Gratitude in Recovery Gratefulness as the Key to Success »

How to React to Hurtful Words

A young lady came to me and said "My sister said this and that" And she »

A Good Day in the Life of a Grieving Widower

Strangely enough, today is a good day, it's been so long since I've had »

The Breath of Life

How much do you take for granted in your life? Do you just expect there »

Who’s in charge? You or your mind?

If only we could control our minds. Wouldn't we be invincible then? Nothing »

The Golden Engagement Rules

You've had those days. I was tired. I mean TIRED. It was -11 degrees in »

Insomnia and Pregnancy: Losing Sleep before Baby

Insomnia and pregnancy can be overcome by employing a few simple tips and »

Two Free Things that Help with Stress

There are many different types of stress, but here are two great ways to »

Going Back To Go Forward

Do you ever look to your past for answers? Have you ever thought that the »

18 Proven Health Benefits of Reading

Many people take reading for granted and in this new world of videos and »

The Importance of Breathing! Breathe Yourself to

"..the answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind, the answer is blowin' »

Hearing Keats

The right book, the right time. It arrived the final day of 2016. It frames »

Psychosomatic Illnesses: The Role of the Mind in

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Letting Go of Emotional Repression

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