What are you thankful for? It’s a great question to ponder throughout the year, whether it’s Thanksgiving or the heat of the summer. A gratitude journal will help you find happiness throughout the year.
Stress is an inescapable fact in the lives of most people, whether they are poor or rich, old or young, well-educated or not, employed or unemployed, sick or healthy. Of course, there are degrees of security, frequency and duration, and a wide range of reactions/responses to stress.
You’ve been angry too often and too much of the time, and you recognize the price you are paying – social withdrawal, and fractured relationships. Perhaps you even self-medicate by overeating, drinking alcohol, escaping to bed, or substance abuse. Consider these seven anger management exercises so you can walk away from the rocky road and…
When you think about it, we are pre-wired for stress. During the hunter phase of the evolutionary process, humans not infrequently found themselves in “run, kill, or be killed” scenarios, and life was a daily challenge of simply surviving.
Aging can also be accompanied by increased anxiety. Anxiety is common among older adults, and it affects as many as 10-20% of the older population. But just what has older adults anxious?