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Meditation May be Bad for Memory

Author: Shernide Delva When it comes to meditation, the benefits to our mental and physical well-being have pretty much been drilled into our heads over and over again. Admittedly, I am one of those people that constantly rave about how great it is to learn how to incorporate meditation into your life. So all of . . . . Continue Reading

Instagram Promotes #Healthy VS #Skinny

Social Media can sometimes feel like you’re staring into a sea of judging faces from a stage of self-mutilation, especially for people suffering from eating disorders, and a format like Instagram can seem like an endless gallery of body shaming and traumatic triggers with so many images and promotions perpetuating the misconception of the ‘perfect . . . . Continue Reading

Do You Need Anger Management?

By Cheryl Steinberg So, let’s just start out by saying the obvious: Nobody’s perfect and there’s no such thing as only perfect days. With that said, it’s good practice to check in with yourself from time to time to see how you are feeling and if anything is bothering you. If there is something on . . . . Continue Reading

13 Hacks to Becoming a Morning Person

  If you’re a night owl, chances are you just don’t *get* morning people. Well, with a little dedication and action, you, too, can learn to be more energetic and spritely in the morning. Here are 13 hacks to becoming a morning person. 1. Practice good sleep hygiene One of the best ways to ensure . . . . Continue Reading

9 Toxic Habits Most People Think Are Normal

Appearances are everything and that kind of mentality has a lot to do with how we think and act; there’s a lot of “shoulds” and “shouldn’ts” we let swim around in our heads. And because of that, we have developed some not-so-healthy habits. Some of these things are so common that people often take them . . . . Continue Reading

How to Stop Being Passive Aggressive and Say What You Mean

First, it’s important to understand what being passive aggressive means. Being passive aggressive means that your behavior manifests as deliberate contradictions between what you say and what you actually do. Then you can decide whether you are someone who is passive aggressive. The reason you might want to recognize your behaviors as being passive aggressive . . . . Continue Reading

7 Signs Your Relationship is Healthy

There are so many things we look for in the relationships we form with others, and so many ways we develop those relationships. Healthy relationships fulfill so many of our natural needs, and compel us as individuals to evolve emotionally. This could be a partner, a friend or family member, or even a sponsor. The . . . . Continue Reading

When Healthy Eating Becomes Extreme: Orthorexia

We’ve all heard of anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa but, there’s a new eating disorder condition that’s becoming more understood as of late: orthorexia nervosa. Just like other eating disorders, orthorexia has to do with extreme, patterned eating but it’s distinct from these other, longer-established disorders in a major way. What is Orthorexia Nervosa? In . . . . Continue Reading

10 Things Happy People Do Every Day

When it comes to living a positive life and being happy, some people really know what they’re doing and the crazy part is – it is so simple! I thought about 10 things happy people do every day and they really aren’t so difficult, anyone can do these things and be happy! 10 Things Happy . . . . Continue Reading

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