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To Smile Yet Be Depressed
Did you know that there is a sinister syndrome known as smiling depression? Basically, this can be defined as sadness wearing a mask. Here are the symptoms:
The Best RX For A Healthy Life
The path to well-being is a remarkably easy-to-follow and clearly marked trail. According to National Geographic Magazine no one has embraced the medicalization of nature more than the South Koreans who suffer from work-related stress, technology addiction, and academic pressure.
How To Stop An Argument In Its Tracks
Six steps to end destructive arguments. Donít blow up bridges, build them.
How to Emerge from Winter Fatigue
Winter is almost over, so why do you feel fatigued, achy and low-spirited? Get down into the earth and get good and dirty. Nature is a potent antidepressant. I am not just being poetic here. The soil consists of good bacteria.
Have You Become Annoying?
No one starts out annoying. In fact, most annoying people try to be supportive and helpful. However, their noble attributes can be perceived as negative when others feel stressed in the company of these well-intentioned friends/ relationship partners and avoid them. Here are the habits:
Can't Keep Your Resolutions? Try This
So how do you stay on track with all your New Yearís resolutions ranging from becoming a better person to exercising/ dieting and saving more money? At the root of all resolution success is the one simple act of decluttering.
How to Make Your Relationships Last
By the time we reach adulthood all of us carry some sort of relationship baggage. So whether it is a friend, teammate, or a mate you are looking for, a strong relationship can take root when someone feels comfortable in your presence. Here are 9 surefire tips for close friendships:
9 Surprising Bad Mood Triggers
Most people can identify obvious bad mood triggers like chronic pain, or being left off the invite list to a party. However, there are subtle, sneaky triggers which can be arrested in their tracks with just a little self-awareness giving you more energy to find resilient solutions.
Old Lives Matter
We live in an age of hypervigilance regarding political correctness except for one major demographic: Senior citizens.
Genes or Environment? Environment Wins
New findings claim that environmental factors outweigh genetic profile concerning weight loss: Hereís how to take control of your health:
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