Medication is a term used for medicines that are made from chemical substances. These substances are classified as "Drugs" They no longer classed as a medicine with the true benefits of what a medicine should be and that is to support your body in becoming well. Instead it has the reverse ... Views: 12
When you are doing your best to succeed at work, it is easy to place less of a focus on your personal or home life. People are working more hours than ever, limiting the time that is left available for life outside of the office.
With these increasing demands, it becomes harder for the brain ... Views: 11
Learning becomes easier when it is enjoyable. But, current education system creates stress and damage children cognitive abilities because they are bombarded with lots of irrelevant information to the brain. Some clinical study shows that more than 70 percentages of teenagers unhappy with the ... Views: 5
Have you ever felt like you were alone in the world? Like you were an observer on the sidelines wondering why it felt so isolating to be seeing the world in a different light?
I sure have.
Being in crowds and social situations was often very uncomfortable for me, sometimes overwhelming. I ... Views: 10
By Margaret Paul, Ph.D.
May 02, 2016
Learn to manage the shattering heartbreak of when someone doesn't grok you – doesn't see you, hear you or understand you. ... Views: 14
Today’s education system focuses on scoring marks rather than developing skills in the student. Today institutional system does not permit students to ask a question and crush the creativity from early ages. Don’t make them abookworm and be mediocre in life. You need to take care of kids if they ... Views: 11
Spring Break is here and the children are off. Numerous parents start to panic at how they will fill their kid’s time. So, they source out a bunch of outing they can take their brood on. Ah… currently the only down time they’ll have to control is from feast till sleep time.
Does this situation ... Views: 10
There I was recently, standing in the shower, my mind darting in different directions about projects in process, frazzled about little tasks backing up, uneasy about a tax record from 2010 we couldn't find, feeling irritated about being irritable, hurrying to get to work, body keyed up, internal ... Views: 13
Despite being Canadian, I still have a great deal of concern about my birth nation, Egypt. It will always have a place in my heart due to the fact that the rest of my family live there.
To put my mind at ease, I usually, scan the venues of the media looking for news about Egypt.
During ... Views: 35
Who we are seems to be the most important issue in our life. Our personality is how the world knows us. It was created from the habits we learned beginning as a very young child. We developed those habits by the way people related to us, especially the significant people in our family. Also, the ... Views: 41
We are living in times now that it is vitality important to become mindful about what we are eating and why?
It is not difficult to see that what we are eating is causing enormous health problems to both Adults and Children.
This is so crazy when we supposed live in a modern society, with ... Views: 44
While conducting research for today's show, I found fourteen of the most common reasons people get angry. Keep in mind, these are only the triggers. Outside circumstances are never the actual cause. There are three root causes - hurt, fear, and frustration - that prompt anger in us. Let's ... Views: 29
While conducting research for today's show, I found fourteen of the most common reasons people get angry. Keep in mind, these are only the triggers. Outside circumstances are never the actual cause. There are three root causes - hurt, fear, and frustration - that prompt anger in us. Let's ... Views: 23
Who doesn’t like to play games? We all love playing games as they help us get through a boring passage of time in an otherwise busy day. In addition to that, games have been known to increase the reflexes and problem-solving ability of gamers plus gamers are more likely to use ... Views: 50
Benevolence is a fancy word that means something simple: good intentions toward living beings, including oneself.
This goodwill is present in warmth, friendliness, compassion, ordinary decency, fair play, kindness, altruism, generosity, and love. The benevolent heart leans toward others; it ... Views: 27
If someone was to lose a family member or a close friend, it can be seen as something that will have a bigger impact on them than if they were to lose a pet. Based on this, if they were to experience life differently it could be said that something isn’t right.
Thus, if one was to ... Views: 53
The Train Ticket
I gave my grandson, upon his graduation from High School, a battered old train ticket, dated June of 1961. He was always to keep it with him, and refer to it whenever his life went awry.
I was a young soldier stationed in Metz, France. I was sent to a ... Views: 36
Everyone on this planet will have experienced physical pain at one point or another, and there is also the chance that they have suffered mentally and emotionally. And although it could be said that there is a greater awareness around the former than the latter, it doesn’t mean that this is ... Views: 74
Those who identify as being on a spiritual path most frequently embrace the concept that yes, everything happens for a reason. True, however what’s often left out of that paradigm is that it doesn’t mean every single occurrence holds a deep meaning. Sometimes the reason is simply that ... Views: 60
Life can be so Emotionally disturbing on so many levels at times:
I would like to share with your these Simple, Yet Effective Steps so you can Rise Above these Feelings of sheer Fear at times to Absolute Trauma.
Without making a Fool of yourself, Allowing it to interfering or block your ... Views: 84
When disagreements arise there is always the possibility that they will escalate into an argument or fight. The very nature of dissension triggers feelings of uneasiness in the average person. Most of us struggle with some degree of insecurity. Contradictory ideas, needs, beliefs, ways of doing ... Views: 40
When disagreements arise there is always the possibility that they will escalate into an argument or fight. The very nature of dissension triggers feelings of uneasiness in the average person. Most of us struggle with some degree of insecurity. Contradictory ideas, needs, beliefs, ways of doing ... Views: 36
Fears well up from many different causes. You may worry about losing your job or feel terror about delivering a presentation in front of an audience. Or you could be panicking about how you’re going to pay your bills or about challenges in your relationship or your health. Or maybe you’re in a ... Views: 48
More people in the world today are suffering from obesity than from hunger. In fact 65% of the world’s population live in a country where being overweight and being obese kills more people than people who are underweight. Obesity is becoming the fastest-growing and most troubling health problem ... Views: 44
By Margaret Paul, Ph.D.
April 18, 2016
Have you wondered if you have an abandonment issue? Discover the answer to this question in this article – and what to do about it. ... Views: 91
It could have been your friend, your sister or your child. But somehow, over the course of your life, you have probably had someone come to you for comfort and consolation. They could have chosen you to allay their worries and sorrows after a long sad day. If we are all being honest, I'm sure we ... Views: 59
For many of us, perhaps the hardest thing of all is to believe that "I am a good person." We can climb mountains, work hard, acquire many skills, act ethically - but truly feel that one is good deep down? Nah!
We end up not feeling like a good person in a number of ways. For example, I once ... Views: 46
Conquering covert, and overt evil in the world starts in our own heart.
Putting away our past hurts from PTSD is the way to a good, healthy start.
Saint Paul’s Philippians 3:13 concentrates on eagerly moving forward.
We must set our minds to move past what issues kept us going ... Views: 54
In the 1944 film The Gas Light, a husband deliberately manipulates his wife into believing that she is losing her sanity in order to gain control over her. Unfortunately, this is not just a fictional scenario.
Though it has only recently come to clinical attention, the tactic known as ... Views: 121
Many reserve the act of thankfulness for religious practice and holidays, like Thanksgiving or Christmas. Being thankful is not just for certain times of the year or on certain days. That’s not to say that you are never thankful for what you have, but think about thankfulness in your everyday ... Views: 69
Care after Brain Injury
After the onset of injury, the first course of treatment will be at the hospital. Imaging studies will examine the brain to look for trauma or dysfunction. A CT (computerized tomography) scan examines the brain structures. This imaging study will reveal an area of ... Views: 57
There have been many wild claims about video games. They’re the cause of violence in teens, they teach the wrong lessons by rewarding immoral behavior in a consequence free environment, and so on. The list is exhaustive, and often lacking any real basis.
Does that mean that there is no ... Views: 98
According to a study from the Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition & Metabolic Care, junk food stimulates the award system in your brain, the same way as cocaine. This means, having a Big Mac Meal for breakfast, lunch and dinner can lead to a full-blown addiction. However, other supplies in ... Views: 56
Relationships can be challenging, each with its own unique set of issues. Whether on the job with co workers who can at times be condescending, to social encounters with individuals who are overly critical, to our most personal relationships with family members who deeply offend us with hurtful ... Views: 140
Hero worship makes me uncomfortable. I am an extremely minor public figure, except among certain family members and friends who inflate my fame as author of Marriage Meetings for Lasting Love. As a marriage expert, I sense that many people who have heard of me think I must be a perfect marriage ... Views: 77
Becoming Open Minded and A Growing Individual - The Journey
What is the difference between being open minded and close minded? Taking you back to that time you were in that seminar or in that class, focusing only on what you already know. At times just standing by waiting to hear knowledge ... Views: 87
Chronic stress and elevated cortisol levels also increase risk for depression, mental illness, and lower life expectancy.
Science has linked elevated cortisol levels as a potential trigger for mental illness and decreased resilience —especially in adolescence.
Massage decreases Cortisol ... Views: 67
By Margaret Paul, Ph.D.
April 11, 2016
Why do people complain? What is it they want or hope for when they complain? In this article, discover the answers to these questions, as well as what to do about it if you are addicted to complaining. ... Views: 122
What could you offer?
Make the offering.
One of the strangest and most meaningful experiences of my life occurred when I going through Rolfing (ten brilliant sessions of deep-tissue bodywork) in my early 20's. The fifth session works on the stomach area, and I was ... Views: 44
Econometrics is the efficient use of the statistics and mathematics tools to determine the relation between the economic factors that define the economy of a country, like the monetary policies, fiscal, bank interest rates, salary scale and capital. It’s a strategic mix of economic theories, ... Views: 78
Mental mastery, whether it’s for a business meeting, a physical workout, academic success or mindful meditation, requires that you fully engage your mind. We’ve learned through years of research that our brains are capable of continued growth throughout our lives, especially when we are engaged ... Views: 66
Of the many offerings of the investment world from banks to governments, the sexiest and most publicized is corporate ones. Specifically Stocks, Mutual Funds, and ETFs. Each has their own flavors of the month, but they are all simply “equity in a company”. Most are publicly traded and on the ... Views: 119
“The greatest pain is not being loved for who you are in your naturalness.”
As you read this article I encourage you not to exclude yourself from having addictive patterns, you can become addicted to anything from the most overt to the most subtle. This includes things like social media, cell ... Views: 110
Although phentermine alternative is the most widely prescribed weight loss medication in the US, there is still a degree of confusion surrounding the drug with respect to how it works and what those prescribed it can expect in terms of effects and weight loss. A very common question stands, how ... Views: 54
Below are some times given by our
psychics for online dating.
Online dating for women seeking to begin in excess of might be scary. Any
romance which is older than a smartphone—that would be to say, around 10 many
years or extra—is one that started out ahead of a great shift occurred ... Views: 94
Narcissists don’t really love themselves. Actually, they’re driven by shame. It’s the idealized image of themselves, which they convince themselves they embody, that they admire. But deep down, narcissists feel the gap between the façade they show the world and their shame-based self. They work ... Views: 112
You may be familiar with the legend behind Mozart and Salieri , two rival composers in the 18th Century . Salieri in his time was by far the more popular and successful composer and yet he was crippled by his jealously of Mozart . Although a master of his craft Salieri output was derivative ... Views: 138
There is nothing worse than having a sapping secret to feed.
It takes away precious life-force energy to make it continuously heed.
PTSD is like filling up your gas tank, and emptying it getting lost.
We keep using up our energy, going nowhere at a hidden cost.
Some of us with trauma may ... Views: 106
We could all use a few suggestions for dealing with those difficult coworkers, obnoxious family members, or challenging neighbors that find their way into our lives. Some really know how to push our buttons and bring out the worst in us; others are stubborn or opinionated; still others can be ... Views: 157
A classical violinist, guitarist, or pianist is not able to play their instrument perfectly when they first pick it up. It takes hard work and dedication to develop a good habit and to nurture a talent. The same thing is true of bad habits. The bad habits that people have that impede them from ... Views: 146