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How Some Beliefs Limit Loved Ones You can identify and change beliefs that limit you.
We Are All Coaches A great number of people work as coaches, with specialties ranging from health and weight loss to life transitions and general goal setting. But even if you aren’t a professional coach, you still — whether you’re aware of it or not — use coaching methods … ...
This Is The Number 1 Cause of Ill Health Worldwide Dr Jeremy Dean's new depression ebook will be released in the next few weeks. • Click here for your free sample of Dr Jeremy Dean's latest ebook The Anxiety Plan: 42 Strategies For Worry, Phobias, OCD and Panic • Dr Dean is also the author of Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything.
Keep Mental Health in Mind When Weighing College Acceptance... With admissions decisions rolling out this month to many eager college applicants, this is a good time to step back and consider some of some of the shifting dynamics that parents and students rarely think about in advance. Going off to college is, without a … ...
Making a 'beeline' past the blood-brain barrier for drug delivery Most medicines can't get through the blood-brain barrier, but certain peptides in animal venoms can navigate across it to inflict damage. Now, researchers are capitalizing on venomous sneak attacks by developing a strategy based on a bee-venom peptide, apamin, to deliver medications to the brain.
Procrastination: 3 Sources, 3 Solutions Procrastination causes stress and can strain relationships. But all procrastination is not created equally. 3 sources and 3 solutions
Today I Love Yesterday Today I love yesterday even though I said that yesterday. In truth, I said I loved it before I had experienced it all and now I have to say that … ...
Why Do You Ruminate? And 3 Steps to Stop It Rumination is a cry for help from your brain. Cynthia Cynthia left the party in a group of laughing people. But she nevertheless braced herself for what she knew was … ...
Anxiety and Depression in Sobriety   It’s perfectly normal to feel anxious or depressed from time to time in response to life’s stressors. However when these feelings become prolonged, disproportionate or apparent for no significant … ...
The Beauty of a Difficult Marriage It can be easy to judge a long term, but difficult marriage as flawed. What if we learned to appreciate this marriage as much as the marriage of the beautiful, young couple?
Mindfulness: The Anchor in the Storm Ships in the harbor need to be anchored as they are brought back from a day at sea. If ships and boats were not secured, they would drift away if a storm were to occur at night. This is an ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) … ...
How to Really See Yourself We rarely see ourselves. Instead what we see are layers upon layers of criticisms and judgments. We see, Ugghh, I am enormous. I can’t believe I actually look like that in … ...
Our Bodies Are Not a Source of Shame I’ve tried a lot of things to lose weight over the years. Some of them were healthy.  (Eat only organic.) Some of them were not healthy.  (Purge whatever it is that you ate.) Some of them were less restrictive.  (Eat whatever you want as long … ...
Strong Chemistry Doesn’t Always Mean Strong Relationships... “The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed.” — C.G. Jung Everyone says it. They say chemistry is a must. I know I say it. But why do we say this? What … ...
Today I Love Homemade Soup Today I love homemade soup with everything that I can find in the fridge thrown in to it. I love the smell of good things simmering on the stove on … ...
Neuroimaging study shows brain activity corresponds to men’s self-stated sexual orientations New neuroimaging research has found that gay, bisexual, and straight men have different brain responses to sexual stimuli. The fMRI study of 26 heterosexual, 28 bisexual, and 25 homosexual men found that sexual orientation was associated with distinct patterns of brain activation. In particular, the researchers uncovered that heterosexual and homosexual men showed different neural [...]
How romantic relationships can help or hinder weight loss New qualitative research published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships suggests that romantic partners are in a unique position to help with weight loss goals. The study consisted of interviews with 44 overweight adults from a Southwestern city in the United States. Most participants wanted their romantic partner to be involved in their [...]
5 Things You Need to Know to Feel Good... If you grew up in a dysfunctional family it is likely that you don’t feel very good about yourself. Low self esteem, anxiety and depression are very common in those … ...
Transforming Toxic Relationships Recognizing a toxic relationship can sometimes prove to be a bit elusive. That is in large measure because of what we bring to the table in terms of our own inner narrative.