Why a shift in perspective is important for personal progress.
When a relationship ends, we are sometimes left feeling heartbroken and often confused. In an effort to make sense of such a horrible disruption, we seek understanding. We seek comfort and solace. We seek closure.
Had a hard day at work, bad week, or even a rough month when you just can’t seem to shake that sinking feeling? Nothing a drink to lift the spirits can’t solve…
Divorce tends to increase the risk of men developing anxiety, depression, and drug abuse.
Is this a culture of consumerism or a culture of manipulation?
Hopefully, this list will have you nodding your head and saying, “Uh-huh, yup, I do that!” or maybe even, “Oh crap, I’m doing that RIGHT NOW!” so you can realize some “mistakes” you’re making.
Small amounts of jealousy are normal, and even healthy, but problems begin when jealousy becomes more intense and less controlled.
What if you could turn your thinking around in just one day?
A hallmark of anxiety and panic for many people includes rapid breathing and tightened airways. Because of this, several studies have shown a strong correlation between anxiety and asthma.
Discussion about having children is a charged issue that has no place in unsolicited conversation.
Family drama becomes toxic when it makes you feel anxious, sad, and angry when you think about the prospect of spending time with your family members.
While you can’t expect to feel your best every single day, if you are gripped by an unrelenting sense of hopelessness that prevents you from enjoying the experiences you love the most, it may be time to take a closer look at your feelings.
Often it feels like no matter what you do in the midst of shame, you can’t move past that feeling, and you start thinking about other ways that you have disappointed or embarrassed yourself or others.
Approximately 30 percent of adults grapple with sleep-related issues at any one time, and 10 percent experience daytime impairment or distress.
There are certain people who need to come to terms with the fact that their parents will never be able to be their friends, or to interact with them in a friendly, casual way.
Toxic masculinity is a term for some of the harmful associations of “maleness” in our culture.