Posts Tagged ‘trauma’

The Secret to Strengthening Your Concentration

If you’re having trouble concentrating, you have plenty of company. More than 70% of office workers report that they’re frequently interrupted, and most of them say that those disruptions stop them from feeling like they’ve had a successful day, according to Forbes Magazine. Chatty colleagues and pop up ads are unlikely to go away, but…

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17 Pieces of Life Wisdom Everyone Should Know

Luckily, most of what you need to know to live life wisely has already been said and written. A lot of intelligent people have already lived and shared their ideas and experiences. This is one of the best aspects of reading good books. You can learn from others, rather than having to figure it out…

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5 Mood-Boosting Activities to Easily Do at Home

  Does sitting around the house leave you feeling a little blue? Don’t let that cabin fever set in. Many people complain that the time that they’re spending at home is boring. But the truth is that it’s all just a state of mind. What if there was a way to boost your mood and…

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7 Energising Activities to Kick-Start Your Day

  Mornings can be a tough part of the day. We don’t want to get up, and most of us certainly don’t want to go to work. But mornings are important. A good morning is the most important step to ensuring that you have a good day. If you stumble out of bed, shower, get…

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Dealing With Your Mental Chatter

  We all have a constant companion that never shuts up. The mental chatter in our heads starts when we wake up and is still going when we go to sleep. It’s even active during our dreams. Unfortunately, this never-ending stream of thought can be damaging over time. Fortunately, with understanding and objectivity, the impact…

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The Proactive Path to Self-Care

    Do you only think about self-care when you’re already in trouble? You want to eat healthier because your doctor says you need to lower your cholesterol, or you decide to start meditating because job stress is keeping you up at night.   Self-care is more effective when it’s an ongoing part of your…

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The Opposite Ornament Sisters Fable

  Twin sisters Olivia and Olga Ornament couldn’t be more different! Only friends and family knew they were twin ornaments. Others didn’t have a clue because of how different they looked and behaved. At the end of every holiday, the Merry family would pack them away with all the other decorations. Olivia would ensure she…

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The Tale of Two Tails Fable

  Jack the cat was living a lie. By day, he had a breathtaking, long, bushy, perfectly manicured tail. But, by night, he had a limp, lifeless, boring tail. Yes, jack had two tails. Jack went to a professional costume designer and asked her to create a detachable tail that mimicked that of the lead…

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Patience Brings Rewards Fable

  Peter Possum and Randy Raccoon were good friends. They explored the hills and dells of Lambert County and loved going for a cool swim in Grover Pond. One Tuesday in autumn, Peter and Randy ended up near the main road in Lambert County looking for their favourite loot—crisp, juicy apples that had fallen from…

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