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What His Gift Is TryingToTell You
You unwrap your long awaited gift with enthusiastic curiosity, but soon you are puzzled. How to interpret his gift: The inside story:
Thanksgiving Is the Best Time to De-stress
Thanksgiving provides a terrific opportunity to manage stress and in fact, set the tone for the rest of the season: A reasonable happiness with realistic expectations.
To De-stress Embrace the Ordinary
During times of extraordinary stress we feel that we have little or no control. At this point it would be wise to go the opposite route to get back in control: Reestablish the ordinary routine.
Celebrate Halloween to De-stress From Reality
You can wear your biggest fear inside-out, revealing it to the world without any shame attached in order to help you reduce its powerful hold. Here are 10 costumes that can help:
The Inside Story about Housework and Exercise
Past research studies have touted housework and gardening as good exercise. However, in a new study from the University of Ulster about exercise habits, those who counted housework as exercise were more obese. Did the study account for personal execution of housework and gardening?
The 5 Benefits of Telling Lies
If you have been taught to tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth, you might want to reevaluate this truism. A good lie has many fundamental benefits which include promoting well-being, compassion, good humor, and happiness.
Housecleaning Reduces Stress
As long as you have to clean your place, why not use it as a targeted method for coping with stress?
6 Strategies To Get More Self Control
Self-control means understanding the difference between reacting and responding. However, how do you get more self-control when confronted with habitual temptation-gratification during moments of stress?
5 Ways to Transform Regret to Relief
Regret is like clutter, messing up your mind with dark thoughts. However, don’t regret that you feel regret. Your regrets serve a vital evolutionary purpose to make you better.
What Your Chit-Chat Says About You
Conversation is more than an art. The spoken word can convey confidence, power and authenticity. Wouldn’t you like to reduce the stress of a courageous conversation and know how you really appear to others?
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