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Trying To Be Happy Will Not Make You Happy
Many pursue happiness, but only some catch up with it. Part of the problem lies in the verbiage, “Trying to be happy.” Trying implies that one is not there yet and possibly never will be.
Trying To Smile Can Make You Miserable
Most of us have been told to act “as if,” and then we will become what we pretend to be. However, this might not necessarily be the case. Faking a smile can actually make you sick and stressed.
Tsunami Lesson – How to Deal With Life’s Setbacks
We have no choice but to accept the devastation, to learn from it and move forward to rebuild. That’s a good parallel lesson for us to learn when we get hit by an emotional tidal wave in our personal lives.
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.
Understanding Your Bad
Life is peppered with contradictions. Bad and good can be used to describe an event or a person depending on the angle of perception. What seems bad today could potentially be good tomorrow and vice versa. So, is your cup half full or half empty?
Unhappy Valentine’s Day?
How ironic that Valentine’s Day which is supposed to inspire romantic love stresses people out. Go triple A: Avoid the hype. Alter your life story. Act to others the way you want them to behave to you.
Untraditional Holiday Traditions
It’s time to free ourselves from a past that no longer applies to embrace the present. Accepting, integrating and participating in new joint rituals creates balance and strengthens the family.
Using Color to Improve Your Performance
Did you know that color has a quick and powerful impact on the choices you make every day?
Vacation Success Has a New Twist
A new study by marketing professor Joe Sirgy of Virginia Tech's has some surprising findings which might help you to make a more cost effective decision to gauge if the trip is worth the expense and your time.
Vaccine Shortage Stressing You? Here’s How to Avoid the Flu
People are stressed that the flu vaccine is scarce and available only for those in special need. For those of us who are un-vaccinated here are some suggestions to avoid getting the flu.
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