Families without problems don’t exist. Selfishness, gossip and unkindness are sure to be part of every family’s struggle, and you yourself have probably been the source of at least some negativity. Cutting ties with family should always be preceded by open communication, forgiveness and an attempt to reconcile differences.
And how neuroplasticity plays a role in recovery Written by Annie Hopper We’re more stressed than ever. In its latest “Stress in America” survey, the American Psychological Association (APA) found that Americans’ overall stress levels are rising. On a scale from 1 (little or none) to 10 (a great deal), […]
How Life Seems More Complicated Than It Is Written by Michael Richardson A hilarious book called Reasons My Kid Is Crying compiles a list of ridiculous reasons why kids cry, submitted by parents along with pictures of the sobbing children. Here are some of the funniest reasons: “He thought the […]
Written by Laura Collier | Treehouse Athletic Club When you think about it, there is A LOT to learn about and take care of in just 7 days. We are pretty complicated creatures! So I am going to write about one thing we can do to be healthier and happier: Be […]
The dangerous effects of stress on our bodies Written by Sadie Wirthlin We have all heard that stress can have a negative effect on our bodies, but do we know the extent of what that effect can be? Stress can often cause sleep deprivation, headache, anxiety and depression, but recent […]
How Your Job Makes You Dumber Written by Michael Richardson | Healthy Magazine If you feel like work melted your brain today, you might be right. Researchers over the decades have striven to understand the brain and cognitive functioning. As this understanding has grown, we now know that certain workplace […]