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How to Communicate Your True Feelings During a Conflict
The secret to happiness and serenity is balancing our two brains: the emotional and rational. During conflict the two brains are likely to be out of balance. Here are some steps to express your emotions and get what you want without the spiritual cost of confrontation.
You Can Have It All - Just Not All the Time
We live in a fast-paced technological age which has made it possible to get immediate gratification 24/7. We compete with the rich and the famous, believing the myth that one can never be too rich, too famous, too beautiful, or too thin. Here’s how to achieve contentment:
Learn How to Keep Friends
As we get older, we find that we have fewer friends. Not because they have died, but because we have let them die in our hearts. We don’t invest the effort, the personal attention, friends require. Friendship requires honest, assertive - but not aggressive- communication. Here’s how to communicate.
Turn Stress into Strength: Empty Your Mind to Feel Your Senses
Worries, ambiguities and doubts whirl around in our brains. The byproducts of a feverish mind are an inability to concentrate and accomplish.The way to break this cycle is to empty the mind of negative thoughts and feel our way around our world with our senses.Here are some suggestions.
Being a Super Mom May Be Dangerous to Your Health
It seems like everyone is lining up waiting to be taken care of by Super Mom: husband, children, aging parents and the boss! The result - panic attacks, anxiety and depression. Here are some suggestions to shed the myth of perfection and the accompanying stress.
How to Remember and Interpret Your Dreams to Reduce Stress
We all dream about daily concerns, fears, desires and occurrences in the form of a jigsaw puzzle, or a surrealistic movie.By remembering our dreams we will have a more direct access to our personalities - our secret desires and the ability to heal from stress.
How to Get Motivated to Exercise and Overcome Depression
When someone is mildly depressed, the first remedy that comes to mind is exercise. Ironically, the depressed person who needs to exercise most is not likely to exercise. Here are some suggestions to begin exercising when you are depressed and feel that you don’t have the energy to do it.
How to Cope When Bad Things Happen to Good People Like Us
When something bad and painful happens in our lives, many of us ask, “Why me? What did I do to deserve this?" Human beings are beautifully engineered to adapt. Here are some suggestions to balance out stress.
Talking to a Friend is the Best Medicine for Stress or Depression
The latest research on depression points to a reduced need for talk therapy with psychologists and drug therapy with psychiatrists. Many counselors feel that mildly depressed people are just plain lonely. Here are some suggestions.
Attracting Love and Romance This Valentine’s Day
Valentine’s Day can be a painful reminder of what is missing in our lives and might trigger feelings of stress and inadequacy. The solution is to go straight to the heart of the matter:
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