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Give up your past and be happier?

Give up your past and be happier?

From today’s Wall St Journal

Say the words “therapy session” and many people will picture an hour spent on a couch dredging up unhappy childhood memories. A different approach suggests that redirecting the focus onto the present and future can make people happier, healthier and lead to better relationships.


I’m OK, You’re Needy

by Brad S Interesting article here from the Wall Street Journal about people being needy. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323394504578607662617614352.html?mod=ITP_personaljournal_0

Reflection Eternal LLC

I know from first had experience how difficult life can be and sometimes all we really want to to be heard. Sometimes labels do nothing more than create more issues. My hope is to take time to allow you to learn more about yourself in order to help in the process of change. Change canContinue Reading


  Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz [Sleep] www.psychologytoday.comSaturday, February 23, 2013 11:35:42 AM   Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz Irregularities in sleep, which accompany many disabilities, can wreak havoc on the social life of anyone. But only to those who live in Las Vegas is the resulting culpability based on civic duty! Read More by Carl Wilkerson, M.B.A. on February, 22, 2013 in CWDContinue Reading

Learn something new – your brain will thank you

The idea that learning a new skill – say juggling, cooking, or playing guitar – can be like an addiction is no joke. http://thechart.blogs.cnn.com/2012/05/10/learn-something-new-your-brain-will-thank-you/

Feel Happier in 11 Steps

Are you happy? It’s such an important question because happiness has such a¬†hugeimpact on your health, from your arteries to your heart, from the glow in your skin to the pep in your step. Happy feelings influence your brain and body chemistry in ways that make you better able to cope with pain and stressContinue Reading

A sad life is not a bad life. True but…

  Just a few days ago, Sarah Berry wrote this interesting article in the Sydney Morning Herald… A rewarding, well-lived life is not necessarily a happy one because happiness and a meaningful life are often incompatible. http://www.thehappinessinstitute.com/blog/article.aspx?c=3&a=3429  

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