Chill out! Here are five surprising ways stress is hurting your singlehood, sex life or relationship.
Welcome back to 7 Secrets To Mastering Communication! SECRET #6 - COLLABORATE “The secret is to gang up on the problem, rather than each other.” ~Thomas Stallkamp Change. Do you thrive on it or relish the status quo?
“Last night I had the weirdest dream! What do you think it means?” How do we begin to make any sense of our dreams that appear as metaphors and symbols with mystical, scary or fantastical landscapes coming to use in the calm of the night? Who are those people we recognize or don’t and what are the messages? "Between the dreams of night and day there is not so great a difference."
Do you ever feel stressed out, checked-out, exhausted or overwhelmed? You are not alone. Many people today struggle to ‘keep up’ with their own lives. Studies are clear that the effects of stress on your mind and body can be deadly. Therefore, it is important to learn how to gain control of the things in your life you find stressful and to learn how to reduce your stress response. Here are five simple ways to reduce and manage stress in your life.
Today we are going to be talking about how to turn retail hell into, well, peace on earth! Okay, at least we’ll get a piece of really great advice that will make us all feel a lot better! We are all under added stress today, just trying to make ends meet, so many things up in the air—our health care, our kids, our job security is in question for many of us, and we are simply trying to make sure we have a roof over our heads and food on the table.
Pleasure is often thought about as being selfish, greedy, or hedonistic. We believe in making Pleasure a Priority. Pleasure does not just happen to us - we must actively choose to cultivate pleasure in our individual lives and in our relationships. Pleasure is healthy, makes us feel happier, more alive, and gives us energy to fuel our days. We believe that being fulfilled with pleasure makes us better partners, parents, friends and coworkers.
Even the most happy-go-lucky person has experienced stress at some point in their lives. In fact, stress is normal and in certain situations it makes sense to deal with it. What isn't healthy, however, is unnecessary stress. While each person handles stress in their own way, identifying and eliminating unnecessary stress is very important because if left unchecked, it can creep up on a person, causing havoc that could have been avoided in the first place.
Even the most happy-go-lucky person has experienced stress at some point in their lives. In fact, stress is normal and in certain situations it makes sense to deal with it. What isn't healthy, however, is unnecessary stress. While each person handles stress in their own way, identifying and eliminating unnecessary stress is very important because if left unchecked, it can creep up on a person, causing havoc that could have been avoided in the first place. What makes unnecessary stress hard to detect is the fact that it can be easily confused with normal everyday stresses.
Modern life is busy. Developing good stress management and good stress relief skills is a necessity. Almost all of us have more to do then we can possibly get done each day. We commute, work, try to exercise, take care of a home, spend time with loved ones and hope to find time to rest and recreate. Oh, and don’t forget, time to sleep!
According to the Huffington Post, Kim Kardashian's doctor has warned her that the stress from her divorce could have long-term effects on her unborn child. That shouldn't come as a surprise, given that both divorce and pregnancy are among life's ten most stressful events.
It's that time of year again that most of us look forward to ... cautiously! Though it’s supposed to be a Holiday Season which infers excitement and good times, it’s also a period that is fraught with stress and tension on so many different levels. Most people want the next several weeks to offer a sense of joy, yet don’t quite know how to achieve it.
That is probably a headline that you did not expect. Living with an alcoholic and there is good news. For most people who live with an alcoholic good news is rare. If you live with an alcoholic you probably feel that your life is one disaster after a crisis after a tragedy. Also you probably feel that there is little in the way of support for you and your situation. You are not alone.
We like to think that the holiday season is a blissful time for all, but for many couples, it can create extra stress to an already rocky marriag