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Do You Give Up or Do You Let Go?
For the holidays and the New Year you might consider letting go as one of your resolutions for self-improvement.
Do You Live In a Matrix or "Hatrix"?
Whose life and relationships are so neatly compartmentalized as in a matrix? Here are 7 strategies which could prove helpful when living in hatrix – fixating on the bad:
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.
Doing Everything Right, but No Weight Loss
You step up on the scale, hold your breath and the moment of truth seems like a big fat lie: you have not lost one ounce. In fact, you gained a pound! What’s going on?
Don't Feel Responsible for Everybody’s Happiness!
Many women are archetypal rescuers – they feel responsible for the happiness of those in their immediate circle. However, by taking care of everyone’s needs, you actually cripple that person because he does not develop traits like: independent thinking, courage, or compassion.
Don't Get Stressed: Take a Fun 3-Minute Personality Test to Learn Your True Self Identity
A quick and fun personality quiz is a great way to get acquainted with your inner self. The basic premise of living in greater happiness and health is living your your true life. First, you have to know who you are and what you want. Your answers might surprise you.
Don't Stress, Think Yourself Thin
Weight Loss has gone awry, even a health hazard. Why pay hefty prices to starve because you can do that on your own for free? Successful weight management has always been free and sustainable…
Don't Try So Hard to be Happy
If you are on a quest for happiness, give it up because you will end up miserable. Here are some concrete suggestions to apply to your activities of daily living to accept where you are and to flow with whatever life conspires against you.
Don’t be Blindsided, January is Break-up Season
Traditionally, January signals a new beginning and for some this means divorce proceedings. Matthew D. Johnson, director of the Marriage and Family Studies Laboratory at Binghamton University sees an increase in breakups when holiday energy ends and winter depression sets in. Here are the signs
Don’t Become an iPatient
A disturbing trend in medicine - doctors using more technology and less human(e) observation to diagnose and treat their patients - has created era of the “iPatient.” Here’s what you can do about it:
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