Louise Stanger is a speaker, educator, licensed clinician, social worker, certified daring way facilitator and interventionist who uses an invitational intervention approach to work with complicated mental
Research shows that most people complain once a minute during a typical conversation. Complaining is tempting because it feels good, but like many other things that are enjoyable -- such as smoking or
It may give you the strength to face what's bothering you later. For many, it will be a challenging Thanksgiving. Political realities and an environment of hatred and animosity can make a holiday that’s
I don't practice meditation to become more enlightened. I do it to massage certain qualities within myself that make it difficult for me to live on Earth. One of the ways I've found some relief in life
Adolescents with a regular vaping habit aren't just more likely to take up smoking; they also have higher odds of developing a heavy cigarette habit, a U.S. study suggests. The research, published in Journal
By Karan Chaudhry When you hear the names Steve Jobs, Oprah Winfrey, Jerry Seinfeld, Marc Benioff, Ray Dalio or Arianna Huffington, the words that may come to your mind are "successful," "visionary," "rich,"
By Christine Carter Sleep is, arguably, the golden ticket to happiness. Our silver bullet to success. A straight shot to both physical and mental health. I am writing this from the front lines: My 16-year-old
(Reuters Health) - After a car crash, children can experience post-traumatic stress disorder for months or years afterward although parents may have trouble recognizing it, according to a new U.K. study.
By Kira M. Newman Many beginner meditators, myself included, start out with a mindful breathing meditation: one breath in, one breath out, the mind wanders, you bring it back. Armed with an app guiding