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Your Health and the State of Modern Medicine

Healthcare is one of the most controversial social issues today, but on a personal level, we have to deal with more concrete situations and problems that need to be delved into more deeply. Correct me if I’m wrong, but you may be using natural and/or herbal supplements and treatments and still go to your General […]

Poems to Help with Grief and Loss

Loss is a part of life, and while we may think we are ready to lose someone or something, that is not really the case. In fact, psychologists say that one can never be really ready for such things. Whether you have lost a loved one, have gone through a break up, or have had […]

Why Being Broke Shouldn’t be a Problem At All: Finding Happiness Amidst Bankruptcy

Losing money is a top concern among Americans – the third highest concern, to be  precise. Once the wallets of people have been emptied, bank accounts wiped out, and life savings depleted, expect them to panic and throw a fit. After all, people will need money to gain access to food, shelter, clothing, and other of the basic needs in […]

10 Things to Do Before You Unleash Your Anger to the World

  Anger is a very dangerous thing. When you’re angry, you make the whole world know about it through actions. By expressing your anger, you are able to act upon this negative emotion, thus ridding yourself from bad feelings in the process. On the downside, the consequences of your actions while you’re angry may cause […]

Boost Your Confidence by Letting Go of These Toxic Behaviors

There are some people who just ooze confidence that you can’t help but wonder how they do it. Were they born confident, or were they raised in a specific way? Have you ever thought that, perhaps, they taught themselves to be confident; that they made changes in their lives to become the confident people they […]

Determine If You’re Lacking Self-Compassion, and Learn How to Develop It

Day in and day out, we are hammered by expectations, judgements, and obligations. As can be expected, we sometimes make mistakes. We fail. And during those times, we beat ourselves up – some more than others. If you find yourself beating yourself up for whatever mistake you’ve made, maybe you should ask yourself this question: […]

6 Ways to Cheer You – and/or Others – Up

When you need a pick-me-upper, the tendency may be to curl up in bed and wallow. We do know how tempting that can be, but it may not be the best thing to do. You can do some other “productive” things instead, and cheer yourself up in the process. Additionally, these things may help you […]

Reduce Stress by Actually Reducing Your Debt

Growing up, I saw how my parents and relatives dealt with money. Some were rather responsible, making sure they had savings and investments, the latter being the ones with more disposable income than others. Most, however, seemed to be living in debt. No matter how big or small, there always seemed to be debt of […]

5 Things to Tell Yourself to Be Happy

I have been struggling with depressive feelings for quite some time now, although I hadn’t really realized the extent and seriousness of the situation until I started behaving erratically and realizing that I dreaded getting up every day. Then there are the days when I just can’t do anything but lie in bed. Source Happiness […]

5 Incorrect Assumptions You Make When You’re Angry

I don’t know if you’re aware of it, but anger is a serious issue in our society today. Teens and adults alike suffer from anger management problems. Back in 2012 alone, a study found that 6 million teens in the US were affected with intermittent explosive disorder. Imagine if those teens didn’t get help! How […]