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In a recent article for Mind Body Green, Mary Beth Sammons, coauthor of The Grateful Life, outlines ways daily gratitude is beneficial, and how to make it a habit. (PRWEB)
Self-compassion can be learned using avatars in an immersive virtual reality, finds new research led by UCL. This innovative approach reduced self-criticism and increased self-compassion and feelings of contentment in naturally self-critical individuals.
The Kindness Revolution™, a national not for profit corporation with a mission to spread values, announces its expansion into over 200 cities via collaboration with leading local insurance agencies.
A new study recently published in the Journal of Abnormal Psychology found that individuals with social anxiety disorder often think their relationships are worse than what their friends report.
Internationally renowned clinical hypnotherapist and mindfulness practitioner, Sherly Sulaiman, shares helpful holiday tips on forgiveness. Los Angeles, California
Discover the Secrets and Science of Lasting, Authentic Happiness Dallas, TX (PRWEB) November 04, 2014
Why is it that you can feel sad up to 240 times longer than you do feeling ashamed, surprised, irritated or even bored?
The process of learning to identify and live with grief can be an arduous one.
The wellness focus for the month of October is centered around emotions and gaining control of them.
BRICK, N.J., Oct. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Halloween is a difficult time for children who suffer from anxiety and nightmares.
Ophidiophobia or ophiophobia is a particular form of specific phobia, the abnormal fear of snakes. Fear of snakes is occasionally referred to as a more general term, herpetophobia, fear of reptiles and/or amphibians. The word comes from the Greek ophis, which is in reference to snakes and phobia, meaning fear. Numerous symptoms are common among ophidiophobes including a feeling of uncontrollable anxiety when thinking about or are exposed to snakes, the feeling that you must do everything...
- To say in too many words; to express verbosely.
- To express in too many words: sometimes used reflexively.
- The leading idea or a repeated phrase, as of a song or ballad; the refrain; burden.