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That tightening you feel in your chest when you’re anxious, or that warm sensation that washes over your entire body when you feel loved – those sensations aren’t just in your head, according to new research which maps the physiological changes that accompany different emotions.
According to Hayley Hirschmann, PhD., a clinical psychologist and bereavement specialist at Morris Psychological Group, there’s no right or wrong way to grieve.
The American-born Santikaro, prodigy of the 20th century’s most influential ascetic-philosopher monk Buddhadasa, was invited by The
Weaving together elements of mindfulness and spirit-based practices, an experiential retreat for counselors and psychotherapists, led by Bay Area-based Holos Institute, explores the depths of
The study identified stress management skills trainings that build resilience, ease emotional stress and reset the body’s control system that reacts to stress. Alexandria,
The onset of the Great Recession and, more generally, deteriorating economic conditions lead mothers to engage in harsh parenting, such as hitting or shouting at children.
PeopleKeys announces new book with partner, Bambang Syumanjaya, about Behavioral Intelligence. Boardman, Ohio (PRWEB) July 31, 2013 PeopleKeys, a leader
Mindfulness – a mental training that develops sustained attention that can change the ways people think, act and feel – could reduce symptoms of stress and depression and promote well being among school children.
Instead of asking someone how they feel, a group of researchers at Carnegie Mellon has found a way to identify a person’s emotion based on brain activity.
Leading Childhood Resilience and Happiness Expert, Renee Jain, urges parents, schools and health professionals, “We need to take depression prevention seriously.” (PRWEB)
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