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  • The Secrets to a Super-Happy Winter

    The Secrets to a Super-Happy Winter
    Leslie Barrie
    Leslie Barrie

    Embrace the season Freezing temps? Check. Gray skies? Check. Crabby mood? Check again. But not for long! It may be gloomy outside, but your outlook »

    Embrace the season Freezing temps? Check. Gray skies? Check. Crabby mood? Check again. But not for long! It may be gloomy outside, but your outlook »

    Embrace the season Freezing temps? Check. Gray skies? Check. Crabby mood? Check again. But not for long! It may be gloomy outside, but your outlook doesn't have to be. "There are simple things you can do to stay positive," says Sonja Lyubomirsky, PhD, a professor of psychology at the University of California, »

  • Negative Effects of Rainy Weather

    Negative Effects of Rainy Weather
    Emily Beach
    Emily Beach

    A good rainstorm nourishes plants, replenishes local water supplies and provides the perfect backdrop for curling up with your favorite book. »

    A good rainstorm nourishes plants, replenishes local water supplies and provides the perfect backdrop for curling up with your favorite book. »

    A good rainstorm nourishes plants, replenishes local water supplies and provides the perfect backdrop for curling up with your favorite book. Of course, as with anything else, too much rain can lead to a host of problems, many of which can linger long after the storm ends. In addition to the obvious »

  • Foods That Fight Stress

    Foods That Fight Stress
    Keri Glassman
    Keri Glassman

    Rethink your comfort foods What makes a food calming? Too often, a client will wave me off when I bring up this topic and say, "Oh, Keri, all »

    Rethink your comfort foods What makes a food calming? Too often, a client will wave me off when I bring up this topic and say, "Oh, Keri, all »

    Rethink your comfort foods What makes a food calming? Too often, a client will wave me off when I bring up this topic and say, "Oh, Keri, all foods are calming foods. Whenever I'm eating, I feel better." But there's a huge difference between tapping into a food's inherently calming properties and using »

  • How to Train Yourself to Stay Focused

    How to Train Yourself to Stay Focused
    Leo Babauta
    Leo Babauta

    It's a common problem these days: switching between browser tabs and apps on your phone, checking social media and messages and email, thinking »

    It's a common problem these days: switching between browser tabs and apps on your phone, checking social media and messages and email, thinking »

    It's a common problem these days: switching between browser tabs and apps on your phone, checking social media and messages and email, thinking about the million things you have to do but putting them off ... Anything but staying focused on one task at a time. And it's hard to break out of the mental »

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Filter Out the Noise

Leo Babauta

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

The Joy of Letting Go of Stress

Zen Habits

The holiday season can generally be one of the most stressful »

Our Lives are So Over-Scheduled

Jeannette Moninger

Relax. You deserve it, it's good for you, and it takes less time »

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Nearly 80 percent of Americans will experience back pain at some »

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Social Anxiety:  Curing a Holiday Nightmare

By Robin Bilazarian, LCSW Social Anxiety Disorder is a crippling disease. »

The Hidden Impact Of Social Conditioning (and how

In this weeks episode we explore The Hidden Impact Of Social Conditioning »

Ease the Holiday Stress of Family Meals

Ease the Holiday Stress of Family Meals by Joan Kent, PhD Will you be visiting »

The Surrender Point

I was coaching a client last night, and we came to that moment that always »

Coming Out To Family

In this week's episode I talk about coming out to family, and for the very »

Perception & Truth

Perception is truth, and a powerful truth at that. How we perceive things »

Ode to a Depressed Fish

I can't stop thinking about the intoxicated, lonely fish swimming despondently »

Sometimes Life Bites Us in the Butt

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“...offer a space of safety…”

"...offer a space of safety..." ~ Activating Compassion ~ Judgment can »

It’s Naked Time

How much are you being who you really are? Are you comfortable with sharing »

What You Need To Know About Coming Out

This one is all about Coming Out. Whether you are gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, »

What’s the Difference Between a Psychotherapist

Many people often confuse psychiatrists and psychotherapists when searching »

How to feel good through singing?

When we sing our brain releases the neurotransmitter endorphins and dopamine »

Mindful Journey - Stress Management along the Journey

In this article Christelle Chopard is sharing insights from her own personal »

“An Urgent Plea for Help”

Here in Puerto Rico we had a Category 5 Hurricane hit us it's pretty bad. »

6 Techniques to Help Stop Negative Thoughts

Negative thoughts are things that none of us really want to have, but we »

Self-Help Techniques for Managing Stress Levels

Stress can cause havoc in our lives if we don't take steps to manage the »

Can You Really Choose to Feel Happy

Can people really choose to feel happy or not? There are conflicting studies »

The Energy of “I Don’t Know!”

Recently, I've been in the energy of "I Don't Know." It's a very interesting »

Letting Go

Have you ever had an "upset" with someone? Perhaps there is someone in »

Exercise and Mental Health

The Mood Disorders Society of Canada put out a startling statistic in 2009: »

Feeling the Blues

Everyone has times where they feel isolated and alone even depressed, at »

A Ray of Hope for the Winter Blues

Winter has always been my favorite time of year – with the trees losing »

Imagine our world with… “many different

A young man 24 years old , was looking out of train window saying: "-Dad »

Hyperactive Children - Drug them or not?

Hyperactive Children by Allan Wohrnitz(BSc) Today we hear a great deal »

Someone Asked - How Do I Keep from Getting Mad

Someone asked the other day, "How do I keep from getting mad at people »

The Controversial Way To Resolve Conflict

In this week's episode of The Soul Work I explore the controversial way »

One of the 7 Levels of Depression

I wanted to share something that might be a little "out there" with you »

Humanology for Couples 1 - Personal Development

My husband and I have been together for more than 25 years and many people »

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