The Hidden Lifelong Relationship We All Have That Shapes Who We Are
Mired in the hustle and bustle of our daily lives, we often struggle to find time to nourish our bodies with good food, exercise, and rest.
The Deep Emotional Skills Kids Learn From Regular Exercise
Even in good times childhood and adolescence are difficult. But the past three years have been especially rough on the young.
Why We Need Love To Resolve Conflicts
Love and conflict need each other just as much as we need each other.
Conflicts are everywhere; from those within and between us, to ethical conflicts of interest, and the eternal conflicts of opposing desires, needs, and ways of living life. Indeed, ours is a time of growing conflicts within and amongst ourselves, with other living beings, our planet, its climate, and all of nature.
Everyone Wants To Live Their ‘Best Life’ —But It Can’t Happen Without This Essential Component
The concept of “living your best life” has captured our attention. It conjures up ideals of living the fulfilling and satisfying life for which we all dream.
The Painful Emotion Happy People Use In Order To Grow And Succeed
Before your regrets steal today’s happiness and leave you stranded, heed the wisdom of the poet — a life built on regrets is a life built next to nothing.
How To Maximize The Benefits Of Anxiety And Fear By (Safely) Stressing Yourself Out
The therapeutic and medical benefits of exercise are important to your health. The enhancing benefits of exercise are essential to your life. Therapy is, by definition, a treatment for a specific physical or mental disorder.
The Stealth Threat Of Dementia: How To Preserve Memory
Dementia is psychological vivisection. While the body is still alive, dementia dismembers the memories that are the life of the self.
How To Reach Family And Friends Across The Political Divide
How do you reach someone across the political divide?
Why Do We Fall In Love? The Scientific, Chaotic, & Evolutionary Reasons You Feel All Squishy Inside
Why Do We Fall In Love? The Scientific, Chaotic, & Evolutionary Reasons You Feel All Squishy Inside Stay Updated Subscribe to our newsletter! Dr. Stephen
The Surprising Ways Highly Processed Food Companies Push Their Goods On Kids
The Surprising Ways Highly Processed Food Companies Push Their Goods On Kids Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on pinterest Share
The Synergy of Caring: Making a New Normal in Abnormal Times
Making a New Normal in Abnormal Times
The Men’s (and Those Who Care for Them) Issue
The Men’s (and Those Who Care for Them) Issue Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on pinterest Share on email Sources:
To Live Stronger Than Death
To Live Stronger Than Death Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on pinterest Share on email Sources: Kenneth R.Allison, John
Olive Oil & the Heart: Not Just a Mediterranean Thing
Daily consumption of olive oil has been repeatedly shown to be associated with a lower risk of coronary heart disease (CHD) among people living in the Mediterranean region.
The Best of Care in the Time of a Pandemic
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Exercise and Your Mood
The powerful mood-enhancing benefits of exercise have also been shown to have clinical relevance. Exercise has been found to improve symptoms of clinical depression, having an antidepressant effect that is just as potent as pharmaceutical agents.
Harder Than You Think: Work, Focus, and Fitness
Research shows mental fatigue impairs our ability to cognitively process information.
Nourishing Immune System Resiliency
Nourishing Immune System Resiliency Right up there with taking care of our heart and our brain is the need to optimize our immune system’s ability
Exercise, Synergy and Scaling
Exercise, Synergy and Scaling Like galaxies, solar systems, and all other unities formed in nature, each of us as individuals, our families, communities, and