admin | October 31, 2013 | 6:47 am
Steps To Level Down Your Boiling Point
At first, I was not taking all this serious, but when such sayings happen to me often I was sure that I have to tackle this. Though it was not easy and otherwise no one was there to guide me over this.
admin | October 31, 2013 | 6:43 am
Even in Negative Stress, Nature is Working for You
You have to understand that your brain followed your directions to a “t”. You sent it a report that you were in danger and it backed you up immediately.
Stress and the Law of Cause and Effect
Accepting or Resisting Change For Handling Stress
The stress that is loved!
Stress In The Workplace – How To Cope With It
It flipped on survival brain and got ready to fight, flee or freeze.
It followed your assessment of the situation to the letter. You sent a message, well, several probably, saying this is dangerous! My boss is mad! He’s going to fire me!
I’m going to be homeless. Your brain and body, true to their natures, worked with you. Read more »
admin | October 31, 2013 | 6:37 am
Get Control of Your Life
Stress Management – Get Control of Your Life
Due to the daily demands of family, work, and general wear-and-tear from everyday living, millions of Americans are affected by stress every year.
Stressed individuals often feel persistent and intense feelings of anxiety and tension in their mind and body. Many people become so accustomed to being stressed out that their body’s cries for help on managing stress go by unnoticed. By learning to adapt to stress and identify what is stressing you out in your life, you can live a more fulfilling and positive lifestyle.
Techniques For Coping With Stress at Work
Take a break – address your stress levels
Get Stressed, Stay Stressed Or Manage Stress – What Do You Need To Do?
Stress Management in the Workplace
Stress management programs can help you to adopt various techniques that you can use to overcome scenarios that cause you stress and anxiety. Generally a combination of techniques is recommended, including massage, yoga, meditation, breathing exercises, and many other similar techniques. Read more »
admin | October 31, 2013 | 6:33 am
A Cure To Stress
Change Your Mind.
The first step in combating stress is to change your mind. You have to think like a winner. Instead of I can’t, think I can.
The Hidden Layer of Stress
Accepting or Resisting Change For Handling Stress
Depression Hypnotherapy Can Help You Overcome Emotional Barriers
How To Make Electronic Cigarette Juice – Be Healthy and Feel Great
Your frame of mind has to change. It has to become a positive shield against negativity. A positive mind is less likely to see a situation as dangerous or impossible. A positive mind is less likely to feel out of control. A positive mind is less likely to send false perception reports! Having the mental attitude of a winner prevents stress!
Let Go Of The Control Issues.
So many people are afraid to let go of control and hold on desperately trying to gain some control. We have to ask ourselves how effective is this? Life and its situations come at us like waves. Read more »
admin | October 31, 2013 | 6:29 am
Get Rid from Bipolar Depression
Counseling – A Way to Get Rid from Bipolar Depression
Counseling play an important to get rid from tensions and taking wrong decision in our life. It can be for adolescents and married couples to go through right way. Bipolar Depression can be handled with the help of counseling.
Couples Counseling and Career Coaching Services
Stressed At Work. Life Coaching Teaches You How to Get Results. Tips for Couples, Relationships, and Men and Women During Difficult Economic Times. Normally, teenagers take decisions in their life without thinking of the results thereafter. It is why Adolescents Counseling has become important where one is required to open, patient, flexible, understandable and above all go through the developmental challenges which are soon going to come in his or her life. An effective counseling plays an important role in understanding the life.
However, it is not an easy task but rewarding as it assists adolescents to take right and healthy decisions in their life. In this article, we will discuss about the tips for counseling teenagers. Read more »
admin | September 10, 2013 | 10:53 am
The Paradox of Choice
To put it simply, the paradox of choice states that the more choices one is given when making a decision, the less happy they tend to be about the decision they make (even if the selection is objectively better). This is driven by many factors, namely:
1. Additional effort and psychological stress associated with evaluating multiple options
2. Increased opportunity cost(the way in which we value things depends on what we compare them to. It’s thus easier to imagine the attractive features of rejected options, the features we did NOT choose)
3. Greater “buyer’s remorse” (with so many alternatives, it’s easier to imagine how another choice would have been better)
4. Increased expectations from options (“with 87 options I have to find the perfect option for me”)
5. Finally, we are more likely to blame ourselves when our choices don’t meet our expectations (“I had all these options, it’s obviously my fault, I should have picked better” vs. “I was only presented with 2 options, not enough to make the right decision”).
What’s interesting about the paradox of choice is that it doesn’t discriminate much. We struggle with important decisions like buying a new home, finding the right wife or husband, or picking health care plans. This is understandable. But the little things give us stress as well. Read more »
admin | September 10, 2013 | 10:49 am
Understanding Dream Psychology
DreamsCloud offers a dream decoder.
A dream decoder is a little application inside the website that produces common meanings and a variety of images when you type a dream into your dream journal.
You have to join to use the dream decoder, but joining is free. Just go to DreamsCloud at http://www.dreamscloud.com/common‐dreams and have a look around. It’s probably the most thoughtful and interactive site on the Internet for understanding the psychology of dreams in general and of particular and common dreams as well.
Interpretation of Dreams and Visions Interpreting Your Dream Moods Using a Dictionary Language Interpretation Hear the Voice of God : Dreams and Dream Interpretation .
The psychology of dreams plays an important role in the various schools of psychoanalytic therapy. Read more »
admin | September 10, 2013 | 10:06 am
Stressed? Learn how stress impacts you with methods of reduction & management.
Stress management is topic with increasing popularity and with it an awareness of the necessity to managing it effectively.
What is stress? How does it affect people? What can I do to manage and reduce my stress levels to promote wellness? Medical science continues to advance and with these advancements comes awareness about what people need to do to facilitate total wellness.
Science is proving that many things previously thought to have no connection are often closely connected. Advancements in technology are building bridges allowing the physical and mental health professionals to work in conjunction to improve patient outcomes. As a result, healthcare professionals are realizing how detrimental unrelenting stress can be to the mind and body. Stressors have a major impact over a person’s mood, sense of well-being, behavior and health.
Everyday Stress Or Stress As A Mental Illness? Cutting Edge Stress Management Made Easy For Business Owners! 7 Stress Management
Tips to Manage Your Daily Stress Exercises to Relieve Stress Stress is the body’s reaction to any change that requires an adjustment or response. Stress is a normal part of daily life. Read more »
admin | September 10, 2013 | 9:59 am
Methods of Stress Management
Has the future got you in a tizzy?
For the past few weeks, we’ve had wonderful weather where I live. Mild temperatures, scattered showers, mostly at night, and low humidity.
It’s perfect for everyone, including people who run or bicycle, garden, or work out of doors picking up the garbage, repairing roofs, painting, or cutting down the many huge trees that fell during our June storm. It’s perfect, too, for someone who just likes to walk at a moderate pace, enjoying the scenery, or who likes being able to go to bed without worrying about a sweaty sleepless night or the hum of an air conditioner.
What’s not to like? Apparently, quite a lot.
You see, a number of folks are convinced we are having an early September, which of course will be followed by an early October, then November, and – oh, heavens – we’re going to be knee-deep in ice and snow in no time at all. It isn’t fair! We haven’t had enough summer!
HOW WILL WE COPE?
These folks are knee-deep, not in snow, but in dire predictions about the future, at which they are, by all odds, abysmally wrong. Read more »
admin | September 10, 2013 | 9:13 am