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The Benefits of Being Bad
Are there inner conflicts which hinder you from self-actualization and happiness? Discover your self-reliance by confronting your do-I-dare mindset. What’s bad might turn out to be really good for you.
The Benefits of Quitting
We were taught since we were small children: “Don’t be a quitter. Keep trying!” Quitting can involve letting go of the past: Communal values, rituals, parental expectations and personal dreams. It can be courageous and compassionate to stop beating our heads against a brick wall.
The Benefits of Social Rejection
Feeling rejected by your group? Don’t get stressed. You might be reaping the benefits of a strong sense of independence and a huge dose of imaginative thinking.
The Best Health Care Provider
The best health care provider - readily available, affordable and without the wait- can add years to your life and life to your years. Here is the inside story:
The Clique Factor – How to Cope with Exclusion
We all know about school cliques and how painful they can be to children. However, many of us don’t realize the power cliques wield in our adult lives. Here is how adults can move past feelings of exclusion.
The Complete Antidote to Holiday Dread
Whatever stressors we experience during the year the holidays intensify that stress and underscore what is missing in our lives. The holidays can potentially be downright toxic, emotionally and physically. Here´s the antidote.
The Effect Of Light On Emotion
Bright light has a dark side which can up the intensity of our emotion – for the good or the bad. Here’s how to use it to your advantage.
The Happiness Lie
The difference between a sad person and a happy person could hinge on the ability to tell a “good” lie.
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.
The Hidden Stress of Hanging on to Clothes
It is common knowledge that most of us wear 20% of our wardrobe 80% of the time because we play favorites. However, we continue shopping and spending money that we could have used more wisely or saved. Time to reduce your closet.
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