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by Callum on May 13th 2013

Some of the most typical triggers of stress include finances, family, work issues and interpersonal relationships. No one can live a totally stress-free life. So are you able to handle your stress well? Read this article to find out what you can do against your...

by Callum on May 3rd 2013

Do you feel like your life is full of stress? Between the responsibilities of your job as well as your family obligations, it can sometimes seem that life is just too stressful. This article has good insights you can use to lower your stress levels soon. Practicing...

by Kieran on Apr 23rd 2013

Do you allow stress and frustration to control your life? Do you feel like it consumes everything? It is possible to eliminate a lot of the stress you experience in life. Take control of your life and begin eliminating your stress by following these suggestions. A...

by Kieran on Feb 20th 2013

Being a parent is not an easy thing to be, and when you have to raise a child by yourself, it is only that much harder. Adjusting has become necessary for many people who are parenting their children alone, because two parent households are getting less and less....

by Ryan Rivera on Jul 4th 2012

Panic attacks are an anxiety disorder that feels like a physical disorder. It occurs when your mind convinces itself that there is something seriously wrong with your body, and it often leads to a combination of issues, including trouble controlling your heart...

by Kieran on Feb 25th 2011

Baby Boomers Turning 65; What Does It Mean For Us? As of Jan. 1, the first baby boomers turned 65. What can American society expect as boomers retire, age and continue to be active? How will this affect the stigma of growing old? As the birthday celebrations commence,...

by Callum on Jan 27th 2011

We know that people tend to be attracted to, date, and marry other people who resemble themselves in terms of personality, values, and physical appearance. However, these features only skim the surface of what makes a relationship work. The ways that people talk...

by Kieran on Jan 19th 2011

A cold dose of fear lends an edge to the here-and-now – say, when things go bump in the night. “That edge sounds good. It sounds adaptive. It sounds like perception is enhanced and that it can keep you safe in the face of danger,” says Alexander...

by Kieran on Jan 14th 2011

Writing About Worries Eases Anxiety, Improves Test Performance Students can combat test anxiety and improve performance by writing about their worries immediately before the exam begins, according to a University of Chicago study published in the journal Science. Researchers...

by Kieran on Oct 18th 2010

(Sometimes the things that annoy us are really things for which we should give thanks!) For the husband/wife who snores all night, because he/she is at home asleep with me and not with someone else and it means that I have a family. For the teenager who is complaining...