Eat to Control Your Anger. As busy as our life is and as hard as we try to keep it all together, living in a constant state of overdrive can have a serious effect on our health.
There are some things we can do to help notice our stress level, pay attention to the ones we love, and care about ourselves.
The fast pace itself creates physiological problems within our bodies. Our ability to handle anger is lowered not only by the stress,
but also by the effects of the stress and constant on the go.
Food and MoodAlthough the foods you eat cannot treat depression, your diet does have significant effects on your mood, energy levels, mental health, and your ability to cope with stress.
Self Care: Learning to Attend to All of Our NeedsSelf Care: Learning to Attend to All of Our Needs. Did you have a difficult time defining self-care? If you did you’re not alone! When most of us hear the term “self-care” we immediately think about physical needs. Given the messages we often receive from society, the media, family, friends and others, this isn’t really surprising.
The Self-Portrait as a Form of TherapyIs it so strange to want to chronicle and capture your changing visage through the years in the form of artistically altered photographs? There has been a lot of conversation in recent months surrounding people who obsessively photograph themselves and post those pictures online for all to see, otherwise known as the selfie trend.
Alcohol and youAlcoholism (alcohol dependence) and alcohol abuse are two different forms of problem drinking. On the other hand, a person who drinks heavily over a long period of time may have brain deficits that persist well after he or she achieves sobriety. Exactly how alcohol affects the brain and the likelihood of reversing the impact of heavy drinking on the brain remain hot topics in alcohol research today.
How Does Stress Affect Your Brain?Scientists have observed this response in baboons and other highly social animals. And experts specializing in workplace dynamics warn that stress interferes in important relationships with colleagues and individual performance, especially for leaders.
Parenting ODD Children:Does it ever seem as if you’ve tried every parenting approach out there, only to find that nothing works with your child? Kids who exhibit behaviors of Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) can leave you feeling confused, frustrated, angry and disappointed.
When Your Young Child Has SurgeryLast year, both of my sons E and M had to go in for different surgeries. Both were ear-related. E received a cochlear implant while M just had ear tubes and an apenoidectomy. The former surgery was more intense and serious than the latter, but both made me equally nervous. Since I know firsthand how nerve-wracking it is to see your child go “under the knife,” I wanted to write a post to help other parents who are worried about putting their kids through surgery.
Video on Relationship...Watch Please
Here is a video from http://www.thinkfamily.sg It tells the truth about relationship.
We do best when we maximize our similarities and appreciate our differences.
It is sometimes the little things that are annoying that we miss when our partner is not there.
Watch and appreciate.