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Best of Our Blogs: December 14, 2018

I’m listening to probably my third or fourth online summit this year. It’s amazing how much research there is on alternative ways to heal including information on various contributors to illness. Everything from what we put in our bodies to what we put on it can affect our mental and physical health.

If you’re struggling with your health, the good news is there is a lot of hope out there. Experts tout the benefit of simple, small changes from switching off your phone at night or eating more veggies.

For more health tips, keep reading. You’ll learn how to protect yourself from a narcissist this holiday, what you need to gift yourself if you grew up feeling unloved and how to care for yourself when you suffer from mental illness.

Narcissist’s Bad Definition of You vs the Good Person You Really Are
(Narcissism Meets Normalcy) – You’ve been fed a lot of lies about who you are. But here’s the truth.

5 Gifts Every Unloved Daughter Should Give Herself
(Knotted) – If you grew up feeling unloved, these are the things you deserve and need most.

How To Survive the Holidays When Your Mother is a Narcissist
(The Recovery Expert) – Prepare yourself for those holiday gatherings with a narcissist by reading this.

9 Mental Health Tips For The Holidays
(Highs & Lows: A Bipolar Journey) – The holidays are stressful for everybody. Here’s how not to let it get you down and stressed out.

How To Create a Realistic Morning Routine
(NLP Discoveries) – Here’s how to create a morning ritual that you can actually stick to.

Best of Our Blogs: December 14, 2018

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Uyemura, B. (2018). Best of Our Blogs: December 14, 2018. Psych Central. Retrieved on January 18, 2019, from https://psychcentral.com/blog/best-of-our-blogs-december-14-2018/
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