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Long-term behavior change is one of the hardest challenges we’ll ever face

Changing our behavior is a self-engineering challenge with few equals. I’m talking about long-term, sustained change, not short-run bursts that sputter out before real change happens. Whether the change involves diet, exercise, habits, dependencies or anything else, changing behavior is one of the hardest things any of us will ever try to do. This is […]

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Brain Imaging Study Shows Yoga May Protect Against Cognitive Decline

A new imaging study has found that elderly female yoga practitioners have greater cortical thickness in the left prefrontal cortex, in areas associated with cognitive functions like attention and memory. The results suggest that yoga could be a way to protect against cognitive decline in old age.

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Traumatic Childhood Tied to More Health Care Services as Adult

A new study has found that people who suffered multiple types of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) — such as physical, sexual, or emotional abuse, or other stresses, such as living in a household with domestic violence or with adult substance abuse or mental illness — are more than twice as likely to use hospital emergency […]

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When to be Assertive, When to Hold Your Tongue

It’s important to be authentic, but in our relationships, we need to also be smart. We need to be strategic. Expressing every thought and feeling we have doesn’t serve us, or our connections with others.

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Start Living a Life Without Your Inner Demons

It’s only slowing you down in life. The lighter you travel in life, the more you can enjoy the journey. In life, you have all kind of experiences. Some are great and there are some who will throw you off kilter. When that happens and you were hurt deeply, it is then understandable that you […]

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