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The Secret to Why You Might Feel Tired

  One of the most common complaints people share with physicians and therapists is that they feel tired and run down. It's frustrating when you feel too tired to take part in enjoyable activities, and fatigue is making you less productive than you would like. Are you starting to fear there's no way to fix the problem? Maybe you feel sad, angry, or guilty and ashamed because you can’t do mo...

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Feeling Grateful, Feeling Connected to Source

Do you sometimes find it hard to be thankful for all that you have in your life? Gratitude starts with acknowledging what you have. It may start as a mental exercise—thinking about what you’re thankful for and perhaps expressing it. But as you start to consciously acknowledge what you have, you might find yourself feeling more grateful. Feeling grateful can help shift your perspective and h...

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When NOT To Be Present in the Moment

  Learning to be present in the moment is an admirable goal. When we’re fully focused on what is happening in the present moment, we feel gratitude for all we have right now and make better decisions. However, there are times when you should aspire not to be present in the moment. Letting your mind wander to the past and future can help you to achieve your goals and experience self-unde...

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Overcome Self-Doubt and Perfectionism

Striving for excellence can lead to very satisfying achievements, but when is enough enough? Do you really need more money, more praise, more attention, or a greater sense of control? When does perfectionism start to diminish your joy and distract you from the reason you chose a goal in the first place? Would being less driven give your soul greater pleasure than constantly pushing yourself to ...

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Nature Videos for Easing Stress and Aggression

Feeling angry and stressed out by what is going on in the world and your life? Simply watching nature videos might help. Research shows that inmates in a maximum security prison were less aggressive and violent after being allowed to view videos of natural scenes such as oceans, aquariums, and forests. Aggression and anger put stress on the body, and when we’re upset, we can act in ways that hu...

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