I’m here to tell you that these things are as easy to find as a wallet, in a briefcase, in the trunk of your car. They’re right there. Right under our noses. Not long lost years ago. Not lost due to age or distance, or some other nonsense thing we create in our minds.
Things are only truly lost once we’ve given up on them completely.
I urge you to slow down, be mindful and see what you can find.
Train Your Brain to be Mindful of… What are you mindful of? Want to find mindfulness but not sure what to be mindful of? Being mindful or practicing mindfulness seems to be a new catch-all word. You hear everyone from your doctor to Oprah talk about the need to be more mindful of… What does […]
Every year, approximately 6.1% in the U.S. are influenced by Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). SAD is considered the consequence of a chemical conflict of the hypothalamus, as a consequence of not enough sunlight in the winter season, along with the shrinking time of daylight; and is also returning each and every year. For a bunch […]
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Seasonal Affective Disorder is a psychiatric disorder. It is a strange type of depression that is related to the winter season. As the days become shorter during the fall and winter, the depression pursues in people suffering with this disorder. It is also called as ‘winter depression’, ‘winter blues’ or the ‘hibernation reaction’. It is […]
Is it difficult to get out of bed in the morning and go to work? Perhaps you can’t pinpoint why you feel the way you do, but something just does not feel right. You are not yourself and can’t understand why your mood has recently drastically changed. Dark winter months can cause a common disorder […]