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How to Get Him to Change
January signals a fresh start in self-improvement. But what if the person you live with does not entertain the slightest thought about change? Many women who read self-help books have absorbed the notion that “if I change my own dynamics, everyone around me will change.”So does this strategy work?
How To Get The Support You Need
What keeps you from simply asking for what you need, enlisting the support of family members, friends, colleagues and your boss? Basically, it’s too little “identity equity.” The problem is that many people confuse asking for help with a sign of weakness.
The 2012 Wellness Year In Review
2012 has been the health and wellness year of the mind and body connection. The winner for the most surprising research of 2012 is
There’s Oy in Joy: How to Detox From Disaster
We love the high of happiness, but the pressure to be happy is making us upset, especially during the holidays- the oy in joy. Then the unthinkable happens. Stress-management during a crisis means:
Benefits of a Broken Heart
Anyone who has ever loved and lost knows what it feels like to suffer from a broken heart. However, if you just step back and look at the larger picture...
How to Control Holiday Overindulge
Holiday stress can trigger depression, generalized anxiety and overindulgence. Overindulgence is the frenzied side of stress – partying, feasting, drinking and substance abuse. The consequences of overindulgence:
How To Lose Weight During the Holidays
Forget about the myth of the dreaded holiday weight gain. You can actually lose weight during the holidays sampling delicious menus while feeling attractive and in control.
Are You Afraid to Relax? Learn Why
Does the mere thought of free time, a vacation, or meditation and deep breathing fill you with anxiety and dread? Why do many of us fear relaxation, taking time out for the self to do nothing at all? Eye- opening research leads to better coping strategies.
Post Sandy Stress Syndrome
It is easier to vent about waiting on a long line or cutting ahead of others to beat the system than dealing with a fundamental loss or grief. Here is what to watch out for and how to cope with all that stress:
Lessons Learned From a Perfect Storm
Stress management tips for extreme stress from a Hurricane Sandy evacuee. Even when you lose power, you still have power.
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