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How to Get More Comfortable with Comfort Foods
Feeling stressed - who doesn’t reach for comfort food? Since you are what you eat, food choices can reveal major clues about the buried treasure of personality. Here are some popular comfort foods - what they symbolize and their healthier versions:
The Power of Pampering
To create time and space to ease into yourself you need to believe that you have a right to an unfettered happiness. Begin by creating an inspiring environment at home
Your Mother’s Hairstylist Could Save Her Life
Most of us develop a strong connection to our hairstylist. We confide our innermost secrets and share our problems as though the hairstylist were a therapist. Ever wonder what you mother is not telling you, but telling her stylist?
The Health Benefits of Singing
Whether singing in the shower, in a choir or with a small child, “sound therapy” is linked to health benefits for body and spirit.
How Men Can Live as Long as Women
From the moment a male is born statistics show that on average he will live a shorter life span than a woman. He dies first because of the “ideals” of masculinity. Here’s how to help him change his thinking.
Freshmen 15 Weight Gain is Not Just for Freshmen
We are all freshmen during different times in our lives.Significant weight gain during a period of transition means that we are out of balance. Here is how to embrace change.
Vacation Success Has a New Twist
A new study by marketing professor Joe Sirgy of Virginia Tech's has some surprising findings which might help you to make a more cost effective decision to gauge if the trip is worth the expense and your time.
Stress Can Make You Fat
People who are already battling the bulge seem to really pack on the pounds when they experience stress.
What Your Coffee Choice Says About You
There are coffee personalities; this means the kind of coffee you drink can speak volumes about your personality. Many of us don't know who we are or what we want out of life; the coffee we like can provide a much-needed clue.
Do You Really Want to Know the Truth?
We all know the familiar phrase, “The Truth will set you free,” and we all claim to want to know the truth both inside and outside of ourselves. However, new research shows that we really don’t want to know someone else’s truth if it differs from ours.
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