Do you sometimes feel victimized, beaten down, and out of control emotionally? Are you a hot mess? If so, you are not alone. Everyone has life trauma, especially during these uncertain times. By setting bravery goals, YOU can shift NOW from VICTIM to VICTOR, using your life traumas and emotional triggers as tools to transform your life. How can you do this?Continue reading
What does it mean to be a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) or someone with Sensory Processing Sensitivity (SPS)? Does it mean you cry all the time, can’t stand drama, withdraw from society, are depressed or have a psychological disorder requiring medications? What are the top twelve misconceptions people have about those with HSP/SPS?Continue reading
Coping with the death of a loved one can be one of the most challenging and pivotal experiences of our lives. Whether it’s a grandparent, friend, or pet, we might experience deep, and often debilitating emotional pain. Here are sixteen tips for coping with grief and managing loss.Continue reading
Anxiety, stress, depression, and low self-image or low self-esteem is something that is on the rise, according to recent studies. All of us have moments when we feel less confident and doubt ourselves or question our looks, abilities, and actions. This is part of being human. But sometimes that low self-esteem can be crippling and takes it to a step that endangers ourselves and our lives. Here are 12 proven tips for raising your self-confidence and self-esteem and getting the life you want.
Neuropathy is a result of disease, damage or dysfunction of one or multiple peripheral nerves, resulting in burning pain, tingling, weakness or numbness and other emotional, mental and physical symptoms. It can be extremely challenging when multiple areas of the body are affected. However, symptoms can be lessened and managed with a change of lifestyle and a variety of treatments. Continue reading
Do you have someone in your life who seems to make life intolerable? Do you find yourself avoiding this person, or thinking badly about them, or feeling poorly about yourself at the mere thought of this person? Dealing with difficult people can upset the mind, body, and emotions, causing stress, anxiety, and can even lead to headaches, insomnia, and poor health. Find out what you can do to alleviate stress, find contentment, joy and happiness, and deal with difficult people comfortably in your daily life.
Do you find yourself sneaking a chocolate bar in between meals? Do you love chocolate chips or shavings added to your favorite foods or drinks? Are you in the habit of choosing chocolate pie, cookies, or ice cream for dessert? You are not alone. Some researchers are discovering that a small daily dose of chocolate help us be healthier, happier and more physically fit. Is it true that chocolate can be beneficial to our health? Find out more. Continue reading
Would you like to start attracting more prosperity and abundance into your life? Are you having relationship challenges or, do you want love? Do have chronic health issues, stress, tension, chronic pain, or are overweight? Do fears, worries, the blues, or anger ruin the precious moments of your life? Do you feel blocked from success or feel stuck in some areas of your life? Would you like to clear old negative reactions, so that you respond differently to others? If you have answered yes to any of the above questions you may be subconsciously and firmly standing in your own way.
What are the benefits of a facial? Is it more than just a “get away” from the stress, worry, and drudgery of work or family? Are you looking for a life changer? Read this article to discover real benefits of the facial that go beyond healthy skin. Continue reading
Can a change in diet affect ADHD? Is hyperactivity sometimes misdiagnosed? Some feel that too often a quick assessment, diagnosis and prescription is given to children or adults with stress, anxiety, shakiness, and poor attention span, when maybe a change in nutrition can make a difference. Lisa Ow, Nutritionist shares her views on this controversial subject. Continue reading