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Making a Good Impression
Many of us worry about making a good impression at the office party, a family get-together, or a net-working event. We worry about making intelligent conversation, if we will remember names, if we will be able to join in a group conversation already in progress.
The Secret Recipe for Thankfulness
Thanksgiving is almost here and many of us feel compelled to be grateful.
7 Ways to Stop Winter Weight Gain Now
Fall, the season of the harvest, is the time when winter weight gain creeps into our lives at a steady pace. Then the holidays arrive to cheer us up around the winter solstice, ironically bringing more stress and oh, the dinners and parties replete with rich, calorie-laden cuisine.
Halloween Can Improve Your Mental Health
Many people view Halloween as unhealthy because trick-or-treat candy fuels an irresistible sugar fest, the beginning phase of winter weight gain. However, Halloween has important health benefits.
Learn to be Lucky
After interviewing a random sample of self-proclaimed lucky people, here are the basic attributes I have found. Study them, so that you can improve your luck or even better, consider yourself blessed.
People-pleasing Can Cause Weight Gain
People-pleasing is a self-induced pressure, a lifestyle pattern, associated with weight gain. The goal in stress management is to go from people-pleaser to self-pleaser.
Why Women Apologize More Than Men
Women apologize frequently even when they believe they have done nothing wrong. When a woman apologizes even when she is not guilty of anything, she wants to please.
Do Men Prefer Face or Fanny ?
Females worry about their bodies as early as elementary school and as late as midlife. Men are often puzzled by female body dysmorphia. You might be surprised by their preference.
The Surprising Antidote to Loneliness
Loneliness is recognized as a growing health problem. The surprising findings: Addressing loneliness is not about attending support groups with other lonely people or teaching better social skills.
Chatting Your Way to Longevity
Being sociable, like going out with friends, hanging out after a class or volunteering, is physically and emotionally vital for well being.
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