Five Ways to Write About Your Anger
By: Lael Johnson Most people have mixed feelings about feeling and expressing anger. Various influences suggest everything from practicing extreme self-control, holding it all in (end result: stoicism) to showing no boundaries about sharing anger at all(end result: anarchy). Finding the middle ground is the place where you can communicate feelings and the facts of […]
Top 5 ways to stay calm and reduce stress
Are you looking for more calm satisfying experience with you daily life? Do you get frustrated with yourself at the end of the day because you’ve gotten stressed, unfocused or agitated? Are you tired of getting over emotional and worn out. Whether you are experiencing one or all of these feelings here are my […]
Fight or Flight in Relationship Conflict
By: Margaret Paul, Ph.D. The fight or flight response is a natural response to danger. Our bodies are created to fight or flee when danger is upon us, such as being attacked by a mountain lion. When faced with this kind of danger, the stress hormones pour into our body, causing some blood to leave […]
Get Anything You Want By Changing Your Thinking!
By: Doug Allan Dammeier Money is hard to get for most people. Money can be easy to get for other people. Why is that? Growing up we aren’t taught the proper way of thinking about money. High school doesn’t teach us anything useful about it. College doesn’t teach any real-world knowledge either. And our parents […]
You Choose to React or Respond
By: Daniel Sitter Choices abound. Sometimes choices confound us, while at other times, certain choices are rather obvious. Any way you approach the subject, choices present opportunities to either excel or hinder. As human beings, we were endowed by our Creator with the power of choice. It is one of the factors that differentiate […]
A Summary of Exercise & Mental Health
Author: James Widder It’s common knowledge that exercise promotes physical health benefits (improved weight management, body composition, and the combating of chronic diseases) and the scientific community now offers ample evidence derived from hundreds of studies with thousands of subjects that identify exercise as an alternative or adjunct treatment for anxiety & depression. In the […]
What is Borderline Personality Disorder?
What is Borderline Personality Disorder? Author: Connie Limon Borderline personality disorder is characterized by pervasive instability in: · Moods · Interpersonal relationships · Self-image · And behavior The instability often disrupts family and work life, long-term planning, and the individual’s sense of self-identity. People with borderline personality disorder suffer from a disorder of emotion regulation. […]
Understanding Narcissistic Behaviour – A Narcissist Hates Others Happiness and Joy
Understanding Narcissistic Behaviour – A Narcissist Hates Others Happiness and Joy Author: Amy Adam An individual with narcissistic personality disorder has pathological envy towards other people who experience joy and happiness. The reason is the narcissist can never feel genuine happiness, which can only be achieved via a genuine self. The narcissistic personality can only […]
Toxic Shame What Is It?
Toxic Shame: What Is Toxic Shame? Author: Oliver J R Cooper There is said to be two types of shame. One is described as normal and healthy and the other is said to be abnormal and dysfunctional. Healthy Shame This shame is part of having a healthy conscience; with certain behaviours and actions being kept […]