5 Steps To Deal With Loss
5 Steps To Deal With The Many Types of Loss
in Life Changes by Jude Bijou, M.A., M.F.T.
Somewhere, we got the idea that losses should be avoided at all costs because they are too painful. The result: no one…
Prophetic Dreams: A Crinkle In Time Giving Advance Warning?
Prophetic Dreams: A Crinkle In Time Giving Advance Warning?
in Dream Interpretation by Ann Bolinger-McQuade
In the wake of disasters, multiple reports of prophetic dreams and oracles often surface. Immediately after the Titanic…
Are You Ready to Live the Life You’ve Always Dreamed Of?
Are You Ready to Live the Life You’ve Always Dreamed Of?
in Life Changes by Dr. Jennifer Howard
Are you living the life you’ve always dreamed of? I mean, really? Are you the person you want to be? Or is there a…
Horsing Around With Young Children Makes Them Laugh And Helps Them Learn
Horsing Around With Young Children Makes Them Laugh And Helps Them Learn
in Parenting by Laura Tallant, Bath Spa University
A good sense of humor is a highly valued personality trait. We like to laugh and for others to laugh with (not usually…
Poor Kids Hit Puberty Sooner And Risk A Lifetime Of Health Problems
Poor Kids Hit Puberty Sooner And Risk A Lifetime Of Health Problems
in Parenting by Ying Sun, Murdoch Childrens Research Institute
Shape-shifting bodies. Cracking voices. Hairs sprouting in new places. Puberty marks a dramatic period of change for…
The Real Spiritual Path
The Real Spiritual Path Is Wherever You Are
in Inspiration by Imre Vallyon
To live a spiritual life, you don’t have to give up your job or become a monk or a nun. The spiritual life is where you…
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Horoscope Current Week: July 17 to 23, 2017
in Horoscope by Pam Younghans
This weekly astrological journal is based on planetary influences, and offers perspectives and insights to assist you…
How Loneliness In Older People Makes Them More Vulnerable To Financial Scammers
How Loneliness In Older People Makes Them More Vulnerable To Financial Scammers
in Communication by Keith Brown, Bournemouth University; et al
Fraud investigators have warned that people are being targeted by scammers who persuade them to invest their pensions…
How To Be Yourself and Be Strong in a Sad or Anxious Family
How To Be Yourself and Be Strong in a Sad or Anxious Family
in Family by Eric Maisel
It is human to despair, and it is human to worry. But when either of these realities, or both at once, becomes the…
True Wisdom: Moving From Self-Doubt To Integrity Of The Heart
Is True Wisdom The Moving From Self-Doubt To Integrity Of The Heart?
in Creating Realities by Elizabeth Joyce
The mark of true wisdom is twofold: First, it encom­passes every aspect of our being, body, mind, and spirit. It…
What Is The Highest and Best Form of Selfishness?
Is There Such A Thing As Good Selfishness?
in Yourself by Alan Cohen
I have been rethinking selfishness, the ego, and self-centeredness. In some schools of thought these are dirty words,…
Your Teenagers Shouldn’t Make "Mistakes"
Your Teenagers Shouldn’t Make "Mistakes"?
in Parenting by Barbara Berger
Teenagers, teenagers, teenagers!! Oh how we rack our brains trying to be the best possible parents. And no matter what…
Returning: Re-turning To Our Body, Re-turning To This Very Moment, Re-turning Home
Returning: Re-turning To Our Body, Re-turning To This Very Moment, Re-turning Home
in Parenting by Nancy Windheart
Unlike the childhood experiences of so many of us in the “baby boom” generation, who were raised, at best, to ignore…
Stressed? Running On Empty? It's Not Compassion Fatigue
Stressed? Running On Empty? It's Not Compassion Fatigue
in Gratitude & Service by Shane Sinclair, University of Calgary
Health-care providers are finding it increasingly difficult to provide compassion — in the midst of growing patient…
Being Grateful for Everything and Everyone: It Changes Everything
Being Grateful for Everything and Everyone: It Changes Everything
in Gratitude & Service by Stephanie Bennett Vogt
"Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life." Don’t take my word for it. Try it. Make a list of the things that might give…
How and Why To Make Taking Care of Yourself a Priority
How and Why To Make Taking Care of Yourself a Priority
in Yourself by Tatiana Jerome
Everything comes full circle when you make it a priority to take care of yourself. While I know it’s easier said than…
How To Work and Deal With Difficult People
How To Work and Deal With Difficult People
in Anger Management by Dzogchen Ponlop
We touch the real heart of compassion when we can engage with someone who is suffering from carrying so much…
The Real Reason You Don't Quit Facebook?
The Real Reason You Don't Quit Facebook?
in Behavior Modification by Philip Seargeant and Caroline Tagg, The Open University
Facebook recently announced that it now has over 2 billion monthly users. This makes its “population” larger than that…
The Gift of Patience: Patience Guards the Door to Anger
The Gift of Patience: Patience Guards the Door to Anger
in Anger Management by M.J. Ryan
It was only when I began to study patience closely that I came to see how anger and patience are related. In fact,…
Why Thoreau, Born 200 Years Ago, Has Never Been More Important
Why Thoreau, Born 200 Years Ago, Has Never Been More Important
in Life Changes by Andrew Dix, Loughborough University
“Simplicity, simplicity, simplicity!” urges American transcendentalist writer Henry David Thoreau in Walden (1854), his…
Millennial Bashing In Medieval Times: Same Old, Same Old?
Millennial Bashing In Medieval Times: Same Old, Same Old?
in Communication by Eric Weiskott, Boston College
In Sir Thomas Malory’s ‘Le Morte d'Arthur,’ a character complains that young people are too sexually promiscuous. 14th-…
Electronic Games: How Much Is Too Much For Kids?
Electronic Games: How Much Is Too Much For Kids?
in Behavior Modification by Sue Walker and Susan Danby, Queensland University of Technology
Most parents view their children’s playing of electronic games as potentially problematic – or even dangerous.
How Brain Connections Shape Memories
How Brain Connections Shape Memories
in Intuition & Awareness by Carl J Hodgetts, Cardiff University
Reliving and sharing our personal past is part of what makes us human. It creates a sense of who we are, allows us to…
Why Friends Are Better Than Family When It Comes To Aging Well
Why Friends Are Better Than Family When It Comes To Aging Well
in Friendship by Andy Henion, Michigan State University
Among older adults, friendships are actually a stronger predictor of health and happiness than relationships with…
How to Heal Our Fear-Based Thoughts
How to Heal Your Fear-Based Thoughts and Discover Peace
in Religions and Beliefs by Debra Landwehr Engle
I realized that peace was the complete absence of fear. It was the feeling of true, pure, untarnished love, the light…
How Parenting Advice Assumes You're White And Middle Class
How Parenting Advice Assumes You're White And Middle Class
in Parenting by Mark Nielsen, The University of Queensland
Whose advice do you trust when it comes to raising children? For many, the answer is to ask health professionals who…
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Horoscope Previous Week: July 10 to 16, 2017
in Horoscope by Pam Younghans
This weekly astrological journal is based on planetary influences, and offers perspectives and insights to assist you…
Can Your Mind Help You Find Peace?
Can Your Mind Help You Find Peace?
in Inspiration by Leah Guy
We all desire peace, but most people look for it in the wrong place. We often think of the saying “peace of mind,” but…
The Answers Lie Within: Listen To Your Gut
The Answers Lie Within: Listen To Your Gut
in Intuitive Awareness by Suzanne Scurlock-Durana
The body has its own language that is older and more primal than most of us realize. Our bodies speak to us with…
Dealing with Stress: Give Your Mind a Break with Meditation
Dealing with Stress: Give Your Mind a Break with Meditation
in Meditation by Ayya Khema
Meditation is the only way the mind can rest. All day long we think, emote, and react. All night long we dream. This…
The Solution is Just a Stone's Throw Away
The Solution Is Just A Stone's Throw Away
in Intuitive Awareness by Kira Klenke
Some life situations generate feelings of helplessness or hopelessness and intellectual reasoning is not sufficient for…
The Clutter of Becoming a "Better Me"
Dealing with The Clutter of Becoming a "Better Me"
in Performance by Brooks Palmer
I’ve noticed that a number of recent self-improvement books use the phrase becoming a better you. The problem with…
Become Deeply Rooted In A Deep Trust of Life
Become Deeply Rooted In A Deep Trust of Life
in Happiness & Success by Eileen Workman
I believe that the invitation to truly live requires us to be rooted in a deep trust of life. This rooting is grounded…
A New Way To Think About Dementia And Sex
A New Way To Think About Dementia And Sex
in Couples by Alisa Grigorovich and Pia Kontos, University of Toronto
Persons living with dementia don’t have sex. Or they have weird sex. Or they have dangerous sex, in need of containment.
Ten Steps to Become Confident in Yourself and Your Dreams
Ten Steps to Become Confident in Yourself and Your Dreams
in Life Changes by Stacey Mayo
One of the main things that stops people from bringing their dreams to fruition is a lack of confidence. When you are…
How To Have A Satisfying Relationship?
How To Have A Satisfying Relationship?
in Couples by Gary W. Lewandowski Jr., Monmouth University and Erin Hughes, Villanova University
When Joan Holloway – the bombshell office worker on the show “Mad Men” – enters a room, she knows she looks good and is…
You Can’t Escape Having Both A Dark Side & A Light Side
Can You Escape Having Both A Dark Side & A Light Side?
in Self-Help by Ragini Elizabeth Michaels
You’re not being offered one side of life that seems better than its opposite. You learn the knack for living…
How The Smartphone Has Isolated Us
How The Smartphone Has Isolated Us
in Behavior Modification by Jean Twenge, San Diego State University
Sometime around 2011 or 2012, it suddenly became very easy to predict what people would be doing in public places: Most…
Tourette Syndrome: Finally, Something To Shout About
Tourette Syndrome: Finally, Something To Shout About
in Behavior Modification by Michael Okun, University of Florida
Tourette syndrome is a mysterious medical curiosity that has puzzled doctors for more than a century. People who have…
Reactions, Judgment and Discernment, Life and Limits
Guidelines for a Life without Judgment and Limits
in Self-Help by Patti Conklin
Each of us is body, mind, and spirit, and of the three, it is our minds that can limit us. While the spirit is indeed…
Living in Uncertain Times: Learning The Lessons of Trust and Faith
Living in Uncertain Times: Learning The Lessons of Trust and Faith
in Self-Help by Caroline Sutherland
Uncertainty in these times is the only certainty. That which has a beginning will end. In my own life, many years ago,…
How Mindfulness Can Help The Shift Towards A More Sustainable Society
How Mindfulness Can Help The Shift Towards A More Sustainable Society
in Mindfulness by Christine Wamsler, Lund University
We know that mindfulness can transform the life of an individual. But did you know it could also change the world? We…
Searching for the Key to Happiness?
Searching for the Key to Happiness?
in Happiness & Success by Nancy E. Yearout
Many people are searching for fulfillment. It seems we are all searching for happiness in our materialistic world. If…
Removing The One Degree Of Separation From Love
Removing The One Degree Of Separation From Love
in Behavior Modification by Maria Felipe
You may think that you love your child more than your best friend, or your husband more than the store clerk. But Love…

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