Hidden assumptions we may have carried with us since childhood may influence our behavior and cause anxiety that rules our life.
One section of my 2012 New Year’s Resolutions was to do with another kind of health from the physical. Some might call it emotional health, or mental health, or spiritual health – it’s all of these things, and I just referred to it casually as my Morale. In this article I’d like to offer some advice to anyone who wants to improve their quality of life in 2013.
The world is full of people who can make you miserable. Learn to recognize how difficult people make you miserable, and develop techniques to avoid the worst of it.
Kylen O. Lefave reflects on how to deal with the stress of living in such uncertain times, and how to turn our fears and anxieties into a positive force for the common good.
It’s the holiday season again. For some, it is the happiest time of the year, but for others it’s a time of stress. No matter what category you fall into, I’d like to suggest that you start a new tradition this year, and that is to follow your heart and only do those things that bring you joy.