If you’re feeling stressed, you’re not alone. Tons of Americans and people around the globe are feeling stressed, scared, and anxious. Keep reading to learn ways to practice self-care in the age of COVID-19.
Gambling problems can happen to anyone, and it can come in many forms as well. You may start by playing games and harmlessly wagering bets, but soon find yourself getting too deep into the world of gambling. Eventually, professional and family relationships get affected, and sometimes health problems can occur as well.
There’s an old Jimmy Durante song that asks “don’t you know that it’s worth every treasure on earth to be young at heart?” There’s another saying that suggests you’re only as old as you feel. So, if you remain young at heart and live life to the fullest, there is no reason you can’t enjoy […]
Blair clutches the photo of her husband and two children. The edges are bent and out of shape; worn and damaged. The photo is with her always, like a friend, a companion. She studies the photo with concentration, as though she could bring them back to her.
Reid walked away from fame and celebrity at the height of his prime to pursue his passion. If you don’t know his story, you should.
Then I learned something else. As jazz saxophonist great, Charlie Parker, said, “If you don’t live it, it won’t come out your horn.” What… you mean I have to actually be this stuff?
He sat down in his favorite chair, the one with the tall back and the arm rests. He picked up the latest Larry McMurtry book off the side table, pulled out his glasses from his shirt pocket and started to read. He could read through anything: wars, famine or feasts.
An Emotional Support Animal (ESA) isn’t a regular pet. Unlike service dogs, ESDs are not trained to perform certain tasks. Their sole purpose is to be a source of comfort and compassion for their owners. This article will touch on all aspects of Emotional Support Dogs and show you how to register your own.
The discipline and perspective built into an adult during their recovery arms them for a fight they will continue with the rest of their lives. In time, living free of the harmful influence and compulsion of substances is made easier, but it’s an ongoing challenge – and that challenge is made easier through continued aftercare.
The pros and cons of smartphone usage has been an endlessly entertaining topic as adults far and wide debate the overall net positive or negative that our smartphones provide — but what about our children?