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The Yanny-Laurel Debate Can Open Your Eyes
The yanny-laurel debate did not arrive a minute too soon to teach us a stress- management lesson. Which word do you hear? Yanny? Laurel? If sensory input is not to be trusted, how can you trust that your processing of the truth is right? Hereís how to listen more intently and talk less:
Tap Into the Power of the No Mind
The no mind promotes a calm can-do mindset which can deal with stressors or problems as they arise, one at a time, before they build up due to a fearful, wandering imagination. Here°¶s how to tap into its powerful benefits:
Time To Write The Not-To-Do List
In response to the constantly expanding endless to-do list I have come up with a counter strategy of what you will absolutely not do in the form of a not-to-do list. Here is what should appear on your list:
Are Your Resolutions Right for You?
If you aspire to resolution success, I have one surefire strategy; ask yourself this basic question: How badly do you want it?
Are You Still Relevant
The number one factor which your happiness depends on is your opting to stay relevant throughout the decades. Relevance covers all aspects of daily living: Work, romance, friends and family. Here are 9 ways:
Finally, Happiness is Attainable
The good news is that happy people are not really all that happy. Happy people do not really have the best of everything; rather they just make the best of everything. Hereís how:
Face to Face versus Facebook
Facebook and Reality TV can subtly rob you of your self-esteem and your spontaneous joy. Too much time spent on Facebook and Reality TV = STRESS.
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.
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