One of the exciting events that I attended in the past was the 2016 san antonio international conference on dual diagnosis disorders. What made this conference memorable for me was the experience I encountered with its keynote speaker. She was able to explain clearly what dual diagnosis disorders mean and how one can deal with … [Read more…]
Being stressed all the time may lead to many issues. It can compromise your health, your behavior, your perception, can lead to mental health problems and it can even strain your relationships. And one relationship that can be bombarded with this is your marriage. Stress is unavoidable especially with the lifestyle people are into these … [Read more…]
Source: pixabay.com A common misunderstanding for many is that they believe that staying at home is a lot easier than working at a company. However, this belief can’t be further away from the truth. A lot of moms are experiencing anxiety and undue stress even while staying-at-home. It is essential to understand why do moms … [Read more…]
The 2015 Elk Grove Stress Management Symposium makes sure that the attendees get what they deserve from the conference. Though admittedly, not all of the tips apply to everyone, a lot of people still relate and engage in the discussion. And since it’s about stress management, attendees appreciate the totality of the symposium. So here … [Read more…]
Source: pixabay.com Almost all businesses use teams as part of their workforce. Compared to individuals, teams can potentially do more than just the aggregate work of its members. Through synergy, teams have the advantage when it comes to problem-solving and coming up with creative ideas. However, teams are increasingly being put under pressure by our … [Read more…]
Source: pixabay.com Women can be pretty scary when scorned; they almost have similar actions when they became stressed and angry. Here are eight signs you or your family will notice when they are outraged:
Stressed when spelled backward is desserts! Is it a coincidence that one of the most unloved words equate to something that most of us love? Who could resist eating ice cream, cakes, and chocolates?
Losing someone you love is the hardest thing to deal with in this lifetime. You think you will live together for a long time, but an illness or accident takes that person – and your dream – away from you. You grieve over the unfortunate happenstance for weeks, and the people around you may tell … [Read more…]
No, it is not that time of the month again. And honestly speaking, it’s offensive to think that just because women feel strongly about something, you would instantly think that way. One should not disqualify what a woman feels by always equating emotions with menstruation.
The moment your eyes sprung, your brain immediately activates itself into awareness and sensibility that it starts to analyze multitudes of things – starting from yourself and expanding its horizons to the outside world. Your brain has reboots for the night, and as you wake up, it functions for continuity, to let you pick up … [Read more…]