Refuse to Let Anger Get the Best of You—Learn How to Cope Now

All of us are entitled to our feelings. Sometimes, we feel sad. Other times, we’re elated and ready for the next phase of life. However, we’re all bound to experience feelings of frustration, annoyance, and even anger.

Negative feelings can be overwhelming and make you feel like you’re out of control. But, you can avoid letting your anger take over and get the best of you.

Overcoming Procrastination - 5 Tips for Getting Things Done

Why do today what you can put off until tomorrow? Wait a minute, that's not how the saying goes. Are you a procrastinator? If you are, there are a number of possible reasons. There are also some consequences when you procrastinate. Fortunately, there are some strategies you can use to overcome procrastination.

Put the Past Behind You - Helpful Tips for Overcoming a Difficult Childhood

A lot of us had it tough growing up. Sometimes it was because the family didn't have a lot of money and we couldn’t have or do the same things that others kids did. Maybe you were bullied at school. Worst of all, perhaps you suffered abuse at the hands of your parents or caregivers.

Recognize the 3 Kinds of Burnout and Learn How to Fix Them

It’s natural for energy levels to fluctuate from day to day, but full-fledged burnout can undermine your happiness and career. Take a look at the different kinds of burnout and some strategies for dealing with them.

Researchers at a Spanish university recently discovered at least 3 distinct subtypes of burnout. What they all have in common is the potential to leave you feeling drained and hopeless if they’re allowed to build up over time.

The Yoga Solution for More Restful Sleep

Yoga has been helping people sleep better for thousands of years. If you’re having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, yoga may just be the safe and effective remedy you’ve been looking for.

According to the National Sleep Foundation, 90% of Americans have trouble sleeping at least once a month. In addition to interfering with daily activities, sleep deprivation has been linked to serious health issues including heart conditions and cancer.

Soar Like an Eagle - Learn How to Break Free from Your Fear of Flying

If you have a fear of flying, you're not alone. Estimates about the number of people who are afraid of flying vary quite a bit. A poll conducted by Newsweek magazine back in 1999 reported that 50% of the adults they surveyed were frightened, at least some of the time, when flying on commercial airlines.

For some people, a fear of flying can be very intense and the way they deal with it is to avoid flying altogether. Others, who have to fly for one reason or another, may experience symptoms like rapid heartbeat, sweating, rapid breathing, and nausea.

The 12 Commandments of What to Do After Weight Loss Surgery

Statistics show that more than 90% of those who undergo bariatric procedures report that it enhances the quality of their lives. Make your odds even better by following these 12 commandments for what to do during your recovery period and beyond.

Of course, the operation is just the beginning of lifelong changes you’ll need to make. Your doctor can advise you on your individual situation, but many people are able to move around as soon as they get home. In another 2 to 6 weeks you may be able to start more intensive activities.

The Modern Rules of Rebound Relationships

A new study suggests that rebound relationships may be healthier than previously thought. However, the headlines ignore a fact that the researchers acknowledge.

The study found that people who started new relationships less than 7 months after their old ones broke up said they felt better about themselves compared to those who waited longer. Unfortunately, these may be only short term effects due to being distracted from deeper issues.

You can heal from a past relationship and find love again. These steps will help.

Tips to Help You Overcome Your Fear of Heights

If you have a panic attack after taking three steps up a ladder, you may be suffering from acrophobia, which is an extreme or irrational fear of heights. Many people have at least some fear of heights. Falling from high up is dangerous and fear is the emotion that helps us avoid danger. But for some individuals, their fear of heights is much more extreme.


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