(Exploring Your Mind) Are you wondering how to increase your endorphins? Continue reading to find out six ways to do it! They’ll provide you with a great feeling of pleasure and satisfaction. Take note!
(Exploring Your Mind) If you want to be successful, you need more than intelligence or talent. Scrupulousness is one of the personality traits that give you the discipline and direction you need to reach your goals.
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(Exploring Your Mind) Breathing well boosts your concentration. Inhale the oxygen, breathe in life, and oxygenate your brain to expand your senses. Only then will you be able to focus your attention and appreciate the here and now. Furthermore, you’ll be able to make better decisions.
(Staff Writer) The subtle forms of psychological abuse are dangerous due to their very nature. They often go unnoticed at the beginning and a victim doesn’t notice them until they’re already causing them a lot of damage. As you can see, information is the best form of prevention against it.
(Barbara H Whitfield RT) I had a near-death experience 45 years ago. It still seems like it happened yesterday. The highlight was what is called “A Life Review.” There I saw a cloud with thousands of bubbles and in each bubble was an event from my life. Time seemed to flow in a linear sequence and at the same time I seemed to be bouncing around in each bubble. I don’t think I could have survived this startling experience if it wasn’t for the incredible Energy holding me.
(Exploring Your Mind) Social media is a platform for interaction, a virtual showcase for our lives that seem to be here to stay. When and how can they cause anxiety?
(Lissa Rankin) As I’m trapped in my house because the air quality where I live in the Bay Area is incompatible with life, as I’m sheltered in place for six months and gave up all summer travel because I want to be a responsible community member and don’t want to hurt anyone who might be at risk of COVID, I am wrestling with how we live in a world where our president doesn’t believe in climate disasters and some doctors with public influence are denying the danger of COVID. I can only make sense of all this by viewing disaster denialism as a trauma response that deserves our compassion.
(Good News Network) Seeing adorable animals actually helps to reduce stress levels in humans, researchers at England’s University of Leeds have found.