The Chemical That Improves Your Mental Health By William T Batten

If you are feeling tense, stressed and strung out for no reason, then something in your life is unbalanced. Tension should rise in the face of challenges, then quickly drain away. If it doesn’t, then something is amiss. Continue reading “The Chemical That Improves Your Mental Health By William T Batten”

What Is And What Is Not Self-Esteem? By Andrea Scarsi

Self-esteem is how we evaluate ourselves; it is the way we perceive our value in the world and how much importance we think we have for others. Self-esteem influences our trust in others, in our relationships, and work; practically in almost every side of our life. Positive self-esteem gives us the strength and flexibility to take charge of our lives and grow from our mistakes, without the fear of rejection. Continue reading “What Is And What Is Not Self-Esteem? By Andrea Scarsi”

The Importance of Having a Good Perspective on Life By Susan Leigh

How many times have we had an opinion on something, been convinced that we were right, only to have someone else turn up with previously unconsidered information or introduce a different viewpoint, thus prompting a whole new way of thinking? Being ready to listen to another perspective is important. It keeps our minds flexible and adaptable and is an important part of staying youthful and tolerant of what else is happening in the world. Continue reading “The Importance of Having a Good Perspective on Life By Susan Leigh”

The Patient Building Of Life Within Yourself By Joshua Clayton

Happiness is a job inside of yourself, sadness is thinking that happiness is caused outside of yourself in some way, whether by “outer” wealth, “outer great” circumstances or by any “logical” means. With that reality, I begin this article. Our perceptions ultimately create our reality, not anything we “have” or “have not”. Continue reading “The Patient Building Of Life Within Yourself By Joshua Clayton”