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If you need help letting go of self-rejection and shaming thoughts or feelings, consider trying The Loving-kindness Meditation. This technique has bee...
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The findings of researchers do not always provide quick answers to health problems, but they often remind us of the significance of our daily lifestyl...
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Although the sassy tasting grapefruit is nutritious it does not mix well with many medications. February is National Grapefruit Month—a celebration of...
Map of the Psyche by Timothy R Nuske
A new book from former mental patient turned psychology student Timothy R. Nuske, titled Map of the Psyche outlines both the author's experiences with...
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Compassionate action arises when we understand that beneath our different circumstances and appearances lies an essential oneness, a shared human expe...
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Situational depression, often referred to as adjustment disorder, is a short-term form of depression that follows a traumatic change to your normal li...
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It is common to hear about new mothers suffering from depression after giving birth. But prepartum depression, often known as prenatal depression, is...
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Heart intelligence, according to the Institute of Heartmath, is a flow of awareness that occurs when our emotions and mind come into alignment with th...
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Biofeedback is the technique of using your thoughts to control body functions such as heart rate. Electrical sensors placed on the body relay informat...
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Here is a quick and effective way to manage stress, worry, and anxiety. It is a practice simple and convenient enough to use several times during the...

 
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