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Have space for one more New Year’s Resolution that can help you feel less anxious or depressed over the next year for $1.00?
I wanted to pass on this idea of you if you are dealing with anxiety and depression (or not), and are still stuck with thinking about a New Year’s resolution. It’s never too late to pick one!
I love this technique, and am really enjoying using it. I’ve been using it since December 5, 2015, and it’s really working. Continue reading
Asking for help is pretty hard. I thought I’d post some thoughts about why you may be hesitant to consider asking for help. Continue reading
Here is an interesting entry from my workplace’s blog, which covers ways to get your full hours of sleep at night. Continue reading
I am guilty of having the same kind of anxiety, but I also know that if I can remember these simple facts, my anxiety dissipates, and I am move towards compassion and work for those less rich than me. That compassion leads to a more true wealth, being a better person. Continue reading
Following is a wonderful description of what it is like to be recovering from clinical depression, from none other than Will Wheaton, who played possibly the most depressing role ever on TV, that of Wesley Crusher, of Star Trek: The … Continue reading
http://on.ted.com/UpsideOfStress This is a TED talk on managing stress. It turns out that previous research that suggests that stress can kill you from cardiovascular and other events is not accurate. Instead, the vantage point you view your stress from determines … Continue reading
Saw this nice, brief article at Huffington Post about using present-minded focusing to overcome depression. Focusing 0n what is just before you in a given moment is a good way to get through, as well as breaking down difficult tasks in … Continue reading