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No Respect for Obese Patients
When doctors administer a dose of empathy, it is reserved for normal weight patients. The overweight patient who stands to benefit from understanding experiences medical prejudice - a judgment about their lack of will power.
Not My Circus, Not My Monkeys
Sometimes people get caught up in toxic dramas created by family, friends and colleagues. Note that there are inherent costs to this kind of involvement ranging from health to happiness. Protect your brain from negativity which causes stress and inflammation both physically and emotionally.
Not Too Late To Find Love For Valentine’s Day
As V- Day draws near, your jealousy meter could rise to the danger zone. However, instead of throwing yourself a pity party, aim Cupid’s arrow at your own stressed-out heart. Stress-management works best when you prepare before the main event. Here’s how to come and get your love:
Number 1 Cause of Relationship Ruin
Spring cleaning coincides with the changing of the clocks and so, we need to reset our biological rhythms once again. These physical activities inevitably lead to spring cleaning relationships and if there has been a breakup:
Old Lives Matter
We live in an age of hypervigilance regarding political correctness except for one major demographic: Senior citizens.
Open a New Door to Happiness with an Old Childhood Song
The keys to happiness are old and stored inside you through memory and association. A fragrance or song can evoke a positive or negative association from the past and color your mood. Here’s how to easily find allusive happiness through our senses.
Pain Relief Without Bad Side Effects
No more Vioxx, Bextra, or Celebrex. Many of us are stressed by the mere thought of living without pain killers. Instead of taking harmful drugs for your aches and pain, here are some suggestions:
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.
Positive Thinking Can Be Harmful
Reciting affirmations, listening to motivational coaches – who needs the stress of being happy all the time, or overly optimistic in precarious situations? If you repress your bad thoughts to be more upbeat, you might become anxious.
Post Sandy Stress Syndrome
It is easier to vent about waiting on a long line or cutting ahead of others to beat the system than dealing with a fundamental loss or grief. Here is what to watch out for and how to cope with all that stress:
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