Stress levels have spiked sharply in the past year. If you're feeling anxious, you're not alone. The result of an onslaught of social media along with worries over financial stability, political issues, and health concerns, we are all living in an unprecedented era of never-ending multi-tasking and social interaction. It can often feel like a … Continue reading 5 Burn-Out Busting Tips To Reduce Anxiety And Stress – NJ Goldston
It’s been a while since I can say I felt peaceful or even calm. Years in fact! So what does the word ‘Peace’ actually mean. Well this is what I found. I particularly liked the second one as it feels like life has been like fighting a war! “freedom from disturbance; tranquillity” “a state or […] … Continue reading Peace… Is This What It’s Like — Parenting, patience, relationships and resilience!
Your daily selection of the latest science news! According to Popular Science (This article and its images were originally posted on Popular Science August 13, 2018 at 06:22PM.) As John Mayer tells us (and tells us, and tells us), your body is a wonderland. When it comes to microbial life, this holds especially true for […] … Continue reading We May Finally Know Why Marijuana Helps People With Chronic Gut Problems — ESIST
We’ve got to find our own personal balance between our outside reality… the one that keeps our material world going and our other very true (and what I feel is our most important) reality. Our internal creative reality is that part of us that longs to do the things we are meant to do opposed … Continue reading Is Our Obsession with Multi Tasking Ruining Our Creativity? — ELLAVATE 7
Business leader Dominique Lamb is helping battle a stereotype that's causing doctors to under-recognise and under-treat heart disease, a leading killer of women. Source: Female business leaders join forces to fight a 'dangerous' stereotype about heart disease | Online Marketing Tools Your kindly Donations would be so effective in order to fulfill our … Continue reading Female business leaders join forces to fight a ‘dangerous’ stereotype about heart disease | Online Marketing Tools
A new study by a team of researchers at the Keele University, Newcastle, United Kingdom has shown that people, who sleep for more than eight hours each night are at a greater risk cardiovascular disease and mortality than people who sleep for seven hours or less. According to news-medical.net, the researchers noted that sleeping for … Continue reading Health Zone: Researchers Establish Dangers in Sleeping for Long Hours — Diamond Celebrities
This is how being bipolar 2 feels like. You don’t know what’s coming. It’s a Rollacoaster but how far will I drop? Will I be able to handle it like a mature adult or will I yell and scream. I hope not. The hard truth about mental illness. It’s hard to fix yourself. I experienced […] … Continue reading The Hard Truth About Mental Health — My Life with PTSD & Bipolar
There are more and more research that prove that a positive attitude is important for success . But not only that. You’re also better with stress and grief, a positive attitude is better for relationships. It is important to work step by step and not to give up. Positive thinking means to live in the present, … Continue reading Subliminal Booster – How To Bypass The Conscious Mind & Get a Focus-Key to Be a leader in Life
Someone brought up a very interesting point here. Can someone commit suicide and not have depression, mental illnesses, not addiction related, or any of the other stereotypes involved with suicide? There have been so much suicide in the news recently. The CDC states that suicide is on the rise. Two well known celebrities, Kate Spade […] … Continue reading Mental Health and Suicide: Could it be Unrelated? — journey to hope and healing
I dislike the terms ‘Mental Heath’ and/or ‘Mental Illness’. Actually that’s a bit of an understatement. For me, simply using the word ‘mental’ immediately brings images to my mind of the mental asylums of old, with padded cells, beds with wide leather straps and children being torn from the arms of their mothers. The film […] … Continue reading Mental Health or Mental Illness? — How I Killed Betty!