InnerSelf Newsletter: June 10th, 2018

InnerSelf Newsletter: June 10th, 2018

Welcome... Our InnerSelf welcomes your inner self.

When we think of "relationship" we may tend to think of the relationship of a couple... yet we are in relationship with everyone and everything all of the time. This week's featured articles look at our relationship with friends, aging parents, nature, our "partner" (whether married or not), and even our relationship with our past selves. The connection between all of these relationships is that all of them reflect the most important relationship of all, the one we have with ourself. The "outside" relationships mirror the one we have inside, with our "self" and with our "Self". They are all really one and the same.As within, so without.

Our authors assist you in your quest for the "perfect" relationship or experience, which of course starts within. Our additional articles also reflect on relationship since we are in relationship with everything and everyone we encounter, even if only through the written word. Scroll down below for the articles added to InnerSelf this week.

Wishing you enjoyable insightful reading, and of course a wonder-full, joy-full, and loving week.

Marie T. Russell
editor/publisher,
InnerSelf.com
"New Attitudes...New Possibilities"


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NEW ARTICLES THIS WEEK

Reimagining and Recreating Your Friendships Fearlessly

Written by Katherine Jegede

Reimagining and Recreating Your Friendships Fearlessly

Whether your relationships are as wonderful as you wish them to be or you feel that there is room for improvement, using metaphysical methods to manage and sustain them is as rewarding as is it empowering.

Article is continued here: Reimagining and Recreating Your Friendships Fearlessly


Understanding Your Relationship to Your Past to Better Shape your Future

Written by Dena Merriam

Understanding Your Relationship to Your Past to Better Shape your Future

Each of us passes through an array of experiences that creates a beautiful but complex weaving of life. Here is how you can find impressions from your past for the purpose of directing your future...

Article is continued here: Understanding Your Relationship to Your Past to Better Shape your Future


100 Practices For Great Relationships

Written by Linda & Charlie Bloom

100 Practices For Great Relationships

When my husband Charlie and I conducted our study, Secrets of Great Marriages: Real Truths from Real Couples about Lasting Love, these are the practices that respondents told us had held them in good stead to grow their exemplary relationships.

Article is continued here: 100 Practices For Great Relationships


Caring for Our Aging Parents

Written by Jalaja Bonheim, PhD.

Caring for Our Aging Parents

As anyone knows who’s cared for an elderly parent, it’s not easy. It’s an unquestionably sacred and transformative task, but it can also be extremely difficult. The demands placed on caregivers are huge.

Article is continued here: Caring for Our Aging Parents


What We Do to Nature, We Do to Ourselves

Written by Charles Eisenstein

What We Do to Nature, We Do to Ourselves

I am afraid my message is going to be controversial. You see, I think there are deep problems with the standard climate change narrative, which has equated "green" with carbon reduction.

Article is continued here: What We Do to Nature, We Do to Ourselves


You’re Simply Not That Big A Deal: Now Isn’t That A Relief?

You’re Simply Not That Big A Deal: Now Isn’t That A Relief?

by Melissa Dahl

There is a meme that speaks directly to the hearts and minds of the overly self-conscious. Perhaps you’ve seen it; it…

Article is continued here: You’re Simply Not That Big A Deal: Now Isn’t That A Relief?


Which Mental Deficits Are Really Hidden Strengths?

Which Mental Deficits Are Really Hidden Strengths?

by Heather Heying

There are many different ways in which the brain is rewired differently than the norm.

Article is continued here: Which Mental Deficits Are Really Hidden Strengths?


What A Privacy Policy That's Easy To Understand Could Look Like

Here's What A Privacy Policy That's Easy To Understand Could Look Like

by Alexander Krumpholz and Raj Gaire

We need a simple system for categorising data privacy settings, similar to the way Creative Commons specifies how work…

Article is continued here: Here's What A Privacy Policy That's Easy To Understand Could Look Like


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5 Things You Can Do To Improve Your Children's Eating Patterns

by Clare Collins, Li Kheng Chai and Tracy Burrows

Eating habits develop in early childhood. Research shows eating patterns can continue into adolescence and then through…

Article is continued here: 5 Things You Can Do To Improve Your Children's Eating Patterns


Why Pregnant Women With Depression Often Slip Through The Cracks

Why Pregnant Women With Depression Often Slip Through The Cracks

by Tiffany Moore Simas and Nancy Byatt

One in 7 women suffer depression around pregnancy.

Article is continued here: Why Pregnant Women With Depression Often Slip Through The Cracks


What Might Heaven Be Like?

What Might Heaven Be Like?

by Philip Almond

What will Heaven be like? Perhaps not surprisingly, competing images abound.

Article is continued here: What Might Heaven Be Like?


How You're Eating Microplastics In Ways You Don't Even Realize

How You're Eating Microplastics In Ways You Don't Even Realize

by Christina Thiele and Malcolm David Hudson

We’re increasingly aware of how plastic is polluting our environment. Much recent attention has focused on how…

Article is continued here: How You're Eating Microplastics In Ways You Don't Even Realize


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Why Breakups Are So Hard And How To Cope With Them

by Gery Karantzas

Most people will experience feelings of deep loss and distress after a long-term relationship breakup.

Article is continued here: Why Breakups Are So Hard And How To Cope With Them


Why Mister Rogers' Message Of Love And Kindness Is Good For Your Health

Why Mister Rogers' Message Of Love And Kindness Is Good For Your Health

by Richard Gunderman

Over the course of three decades on public broadcasting, he brought to millions of children what his faith’s General…

Article is continued here: Why Mister Rogers' Message Of Love And Kindness Is Good For Your Health


When Is It Ethical To Euthanize Your Pet?

When Is It Ethical To Euthanize Your Pet?

by Bernard Rollin

According to some surveys, more than 90% of owners view their pets as members of the family.

Article is continued here: When Is It Ethical To Euthanize Your Pet?


How Your Genome May Have Already Been Hacked

How Your Genome May Have Already Been Hacked

by Norman A. Paradis

California law enforcement announced the possible capture of a long-sought serial killer. Shortly after, it was…

Article is continued here: How Your Genome May Have Already Been Hacked


Does Eating At Night Make You Fat?

Does Eating At Night Make You Fat?

by Alex Johnstone and Peter Morgan

Some media reports say that eating at night makes you gain weight, others say that it has no effect on body weight. So…

Article is continued here: Does Eating At Night Make You Fat?


How Perfectionism Can Lead To Depression In Students

How Perfectionism Can Lead To Depression In Students

by Marianne Etherson and Martin Smith

The pressures of young adulthood coupled with the demands of university leave undergraduates at risk for depressive…

Article is continued here: How Perfectionism Can Lead To Depression In Students


Obese Dogs Could Have Similar Personality Traits To Overweight Humans

Obese Dogs Could Have Similar Personality Traits To Overweight Humans

by Naomi D. Harvey

We’re all told we need to eat healthier and exercise more to combat obesity, but did you know that there’s also an…

Article is continued here: Obese Dogs Could Have Similar Personality Traits To Overweight Humans


A Common Antimicrobial In Toothpaste And Other Products, Linked To Inflammation And Cancer

A Common Antimicrobial In Toothpaste And Other Products, Linked To Inflammation And Cancer

by Haixia Yang

An ingredient in toothpaste and other personal care products may be harming the microbes in our gut and leaving us…

Article is continued here: A Common Antimicrobial In Toothpaste And Other Products, Linked To Inflammation And Cancer


Why Only 1 In 4 Women Who Have Been Sexually Harassed Tell Their Employers

Why Only 1 In 4 Women Who Have Been Sexually Harassed Tell Their Employers

by Margaret E. Johnson

Studies suggest few women formally complain about sexual harassment in the workplace. Based on experience litigating…

Article is continued here: Why Only 1 In 4 Women Who Have Been Sexually Harassed Tell Their Employers


How To Manage Exam Stress

How To Manage Exam Stress

by Teena Clouston

A little stress around exam time can be a good thing, as it motivates you to put in the work. But sometimes stress…

Article is continued here: How To Manage Exam Stress


Why A Healthy Diet Isn't Always Possible For Low-Income Americans

Why A Healthy Diet Isn't Always Possible For Low-Income Americans

by Lindsey Haynes-Maslow

While researching how hard it is for low-income Americans to eat healthy on tight budgets, I’ve often found a mismatch…

Article is continued here: Why A Healthy Diet Isn't Always Possible For Low-Income Americans


Does The Pain Expected Equal The Pain Felt? Ask A Kid

Does The Pain Expected Equal The Pain Felt? Ask A Kid

by Kalina Michalska

Twenty minutes go by and during that period your fear escalates and you convince yourself the upcoming shot is going to…

Article is continued here: Does The Pain Expected Equal The Pain Felt? Ask A Kid


The Slippery Slope Of Dehumanizing Language

The Slippery Slope Of Dehumanizing Language

by Allison Skinner

Comparing people to animals seems to increasingly be a part of our political discourse. In a range of studies…

Article is continued here: The Slippery Slope Of Dehumanizing Language


Astrological Journal for the Week

Written by Pam Younghans

Astrological Journal

Pam YounghansThis weekly column (updated every Sunday afternoon) is based on planetary influences, and offers perspectives and insights to assist you in making the best use of current energies... Read this week's journal here

It is also highly beneficial to reread the past week's astrological journal as it gives a hindsight view of the events that took place and may provide many "ah-ha" insights. 


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