Stress isn't out there -- it's how you respond to stress that determines your experience. Thoughts and words are a critical part of that because they mirror how you interpret what's going on around you.
Now THIS is how sweet potatoes are meant to be cooked... The usual sugary marshmallow topping tends to overwhelm this naturally sweet root veggie, but a hint of spice brings out its savory side. In addition
The first step in finding your life passion is learning as much as possible about yourself. It's useful to take a personality assessment and skills inventory, as this information will give you a general
Giving of yourself -- whether it be your time, energy or money -- isn't just a boon to those you're helping. A wealth of research shows that generosity can also have benefits for the giver, ranging from
Prayer and belief that God has a plan could lead to better outcomes for psychiatric illness patients receiving short-term treatment, a small new study suggests. Researchers found that religious coping
Behaviour can be affected by events in previous generations which have been passed on through a form of genetic memory, animal studies suggest. Experiments showed that a traumatic event could affect the
When high school junior Nora Huynh got her report card, she was devastated to see that she didn't get a perfect 4.0. Nora "had a total meltdown, cried for hours," her mother, Jennie Huynh of Alameda, says.
By Alison Green for U.S. News If it seems like you're always stretched too thin and never have enough time to complete your work before three new projects are handed down to you -- always with the instructions
In the same way that an airline attendant will tell passengers in pre-flight instructions to secure their own oxygen mask before assisting others, in life we need to learn how to feel compassion for ourselves
Emotions will not always feel good, but I will survive. I also learned that though relationships do not rely on food; they consist of emotional sustenance. How did I gain 150 pounds in 10 years? The answer
Hospitals have procedures and alerts in place to deal with practically anything that could possibly go wrong: "Code Red" for fire, "code blue" for medical emergencies, and "code white" for behavioral to