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Medically reviewed by Timothy J. Legg, PhD, PsyD, CRNP, ACRN, CPH on July 2, 2018 — Written by Ann Pietrangelo Overview You probably know many of the more obvious signs of mental and emotional abuse. But when you’re in the midst of it, it can be easy to miss the persistent undercurrent of abusive behaviour....
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Getting started is often the hardest part of any new exercise regimen, changing your habits can be very difficult. But the biggest issue for most people is not knowing how to start exercising. What sort of exercises should you do? How often should you train? Should you use equipment or stick to bodyweight movements? Well,...
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I’ve been on both ends of human performance. I’ve been last in class and first in class, in multiple disciplines in my life, from academics, martial arts, business, relationships, and pursuits. Through the years, I always wondered what are the key principles of high performance. Is it motivation, is it discipline or is it willpower?...
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At a Glance Developing positive self-esteem is especially important for kids with learning and thinking differences. Self-esteem is tied to how capable and valuable your child feels. Giving your child ways to recognize strengths helps to boost self-esteem. Self-esteem is how much kids value themselves and how important they believe they are in their world. Developing...
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Syeda Sana, 13 Dec  2019, 4 min read  Your thoughts make you. Your activities, your feelings, your desires—all are defined by how you think. If it’s unrealistic, you are going to face many setbacks. If your thinking is negative, it will deprive you of many joys that you can avail. What I mean here is...
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You eat well. You work out. You find ways to de-stress. You consider yourself “healthy.” But when was the last time you thought about your spiritual health? This part of your well-being may not be at the forefront of your mind when it comes to living a healthy lifestyle, but it’s an essential component of the  integrative...
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For many women, we spend decades of our lives managing the symptoms that go along with menstruating. Bloating, cramps, mood swings, not to mention bleeding for a handful of days, sometimes at the most inconvenient times (or in the most inconvenient outfits). There is, however, a natural end to those ups and downs — menopause....
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Sexuality is a complex characteristic that involves the physical, psychological, interpersonal, and behavioral aspects of a person. Recognizing that “normal” sexual functioning covers a wide range of behavior is important. Ultimately, sexuality is defined by each patient and his/her partner according to sex, age, personal attitudes, and religious and cultural values. Many types of cancer...
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With the ability to meet new people with the touch of a button on thousands of different apps, I would say the world of internet dating is vastly growing. 10 years back people would have laughed at the idea of going on a date with someone after swiping right on a picture of their face,...
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Imagine that with just one wave of a magic wand you could turn your entire life around. Well, you my dear, hold the power to use that wand at any time, all it takes is faith and trust (and a little bit of pixie dust…). External shifts can be hard to make overnight, however internal...
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