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Blowing Out The Light Of Fear
Once we let fear into our lives, we create a world that scares the daylights out of us! Fear makes us feel absent in our life and lose our identity. Here are are seven ways to blow out the light of fear.
7 Ways Exercise Leads to Happiness
There are periods of time in all our lives when we feel despondent, lethargic, depressed and hopeless. These feeling states can last from a few minutes to many years. Many of us don't know how to face, experience, work through and let go of emotional pain. Many of us are afraid to face it because we are fearful that this path will lead to infinite agony. There is a way to resolve these problems. The way to not only heal emotional pain, but to achieve true happiness is through physical exercise.
The Psychology of Seasons: Care for Your Mental Health
For some, the change in seasons has a profound impact on their emotional state. You may not feel as peppy as you normally do or have the same energy level, and you do not want to be around people or follow your regular routine.
A Well-being Routine: the Real Key to Health
As important as a fitness routine is to your physical health, it's just as vital to have a "well-being routine" that focuses on your mental health. Being well-rounded physically and mentally can foster balance between your work and personal lives, and help reduce everyday stress.
Stress: Is it Spinning You Out of Control?
People with high stress levels are more likely to have heart attacks and strokes, respond poorly to flu vaccines and catch colds more easily than those with low levels of work or interpersonal stress. To sideline stress, you need to learn to shift your perception and the impact of stressful situations. Here are some hints on how to do that.
Rejection: Seven ways exercise heals the pain of abandonment
We have all been rejected at various points in our lives. Rejection and abandonment are as much as a part of life as the sun rising in the morning is. We can either push it away by denying its existence or face it directly. Facing rejection is never easy, but hiding from it cannot bring peace. Here are seven ways exercise can help heal the pain of abandonment.
Exercise Can Help You Cope in Troubled Times
There are several traumatic events that severely affect the soul of our nation. These terrible events cause many of us to live in a state of fear, uncertainty and hopelessness. Do we deny that they are occurring? Do we avoid thinking about them by drinking, drugging, eating, or working too much? Do we fall into a state of apathy or become resigned to hopelessness? Studies have shown that exercising as little as 15 minutes can create a sense of well being. Other research indicates that exercise can help alleviate depression and reduce anxiety. Exercise can also heal emotional pain that derives from personal as well as collective experiences.
Need Help Improving Your Relationships?
In today's fast-paced world most people don't have time to drive to a therapist's office to sit and talk. Some people want immediate help or would prefer a more private approach. According to the American Counseling Association, in recent years, tens of thousands of people have been able to get the help they need through online counseling — a way for patients to connect with professional counselors and other life experts over the Internet for emotional support or mental health advice.
The Dialogue of Dreams
Dreams are by far the most mysterious phenomenon in mental life. On the face of it, dreaming is a colossal waste of energy and psychic resources. Dreams carry no overt information content. They bear little resemblance to reality. But, as Sam Vaknin explains, dreams are the continuous adjustment of the model one has of one's self and of one's place in the world: they are an inner dialogue. And we all seem to possess the key to deciphering the true and motivating meaning of the dialogue
Beating the winter blues
What causes winter blues? Simply put, the changes in weather that winter brings can impact our social life and psychological health in several ways. Short of jetting off to Florida for the season, what can we do to beat the blahs? This article offers suggestions.