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How to Say No to Temptation
Temptation peaks during the holidays. It is as though the shorter, darker, colder days set up a stress craving to alleviate the absence of spring and summer. Here are 5 strategies:
10 Ways to Get Along with Dysfunctional Family
Do you dread the holiday season because you have to spend time with family members who embarrass you and spark confrontation? If your past is always present, you haven’t worked through your relationship issues. While you are wondering, “Is it me, or is it them?” here is an arsenal of strategies:
The New Frontier In Female Envy
The latest frontier in body envy is cited by USA TODAY's Arienne Thompson who questions female obsession with celebrity post-baby bodies, like Eva Mendes and Scarlett Johansson, who look skinny and toned soon after delivery.
Too Stressed to Sleep? Here’s How to Deal
If another person stresses me out by telling me how the lack of sufficient sleep can lead to a long list of ailments, I will stay up all night worrying. Here are some sleep solutions:
What’s Really Stressful About Halloween
The great horror of Halloween is that it heralds the cycle of holiday overspending and overeating. This year the National Retail Federation estimates that consumers will spend $7.4 billion. Here’s how to make things more positive:
Female Stress Could Pose a Risk for Alzheimer’s
Women who are worried, anxious, nervous, jealous and experiencing sleep problems, you have yet another reason to be stressed: Alzheimer’s disease. Here’s how to improve your stress profile.
How to Prevent Medical Mishaps
No One is immune to medical mishaps. Whether you examine Dr. Nancy Snyderman’s breaking her Ebola quarantine, or Joan Rivers’ endoscopy, doctors appear to be behaving badly. Can a patient simply trust the doctor? Here’s how to avoid a medical mishap:
Tap Into the Surprising Healing Power of Art
Many of us believe that art is quite useless. Can you feed hungry people a painting of bread? Can you heal a cancer with a song? Or maybe you can! 7 quantifiable things art can do for you:
Is Happily-Ever-After A Myth?
There are universal romantic notions: Love at first sight, “the one” who reads your heart and knows what you are thinking, and that overwhelming passion. But then daily realities set in. You feel wedlocked. Is sustained wedded bliss even attainable? 8 paths to happiness
4 Stress Personalities: Which One Fits You?
The stress response originates from specific potent points known as your weakest links. When one of these points gets activated, you need a specific treatment to target that particular stressor. One size does not fit all. Here are 4 stress types. Which one fits you?
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