Mindfulness

6 Ways to Mindfully Manage Tough Emotions


Open yourself up to your emotions instead of fighting them.

Let’s get real here. For most of us, life is fast-paced and chock full of family, relationship, and work stressors. This reality, along with the ever-increasing pressures of technology and society at large, can really take a toll on your marriage.

As a result, difficult emotions like anger, confusion, fear, loneliness, and sadness, just to name a few, can arise. Emotions like these are often the most present and powerful forces in your life.

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Children and Teens

3 Parenting Tips for Raising Emotionally Intelligent Kids


Raise children who are bright, confident, and better able to navigate the intricacies of life.

As parents, we want the very best for our kids. We work hard to raise strong individuals who will go on to lead happy lives and have good moral standing. Sometimes, however, we find ourselves questioning our parenting choices, crossing our fingers and hoping we’re doing this whole parenting thing right.

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Industrial and Workplace

3 Simple Ways to Deal with Toxic Relationships at Work


You've got this.

In addition to my focus on couples, I have done some business consulting and have helped businesses become more profitable by developing healthier relationships at work.

Researchers have consistently shown that there is a connection between good morale, healthy work relationships, and productivity. However, sometimes, just as in personal relationships, you have to deal with a toxic relationship at work.

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Anxiety and Panic

How to Love and Support a Woman with Anxiety


Trust me, she's worth it.

So, you've fallen in love with a woman who has anxiety.

You're one of the lucky ones. You have met a woman who feels deeply. Commercials for dog food make her cry. So does messing up that Pinterest recipe she was so excited to try. She loves fiercely, and, if you are lucky, she will choose to love you. Here is how you love back someone with anxiety:

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Brain and Behavior

5 Common Traits of Psychologically Healthy People


How psychologically healthy are YOU?

We all have a general idea of what we think a psychologically healthy person looks like. Maybe it’s not being depressed or anxious, not suffering, or not having a diagnosis. Maybe it’s being happy, or simply able to live a good life. All of these things are important and have great merit, of course. But what are the specific factors that make a person psychologically healthy? Here are the five hallmarks that hardly anyone thinks about.
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