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Positive Thinking and Mental Health

I don’t necessarily like the “positive thinking” movement. Now that’s a potentially inflammatory statement! But before you dismiss this article as being wrong or useless, please read it through and consider what I have to say. At the very least please just take what I’m saying here with a grain of salt, and either throw it away, or perhaps keep an open mind and place it on a shelf somewhere for future consideration.
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Help From Beyond

Most people believe in some sort of “higher power.” By any survey this is seen repeatedly to be true: only between 2% and 13% of people surveyed internationally report that they are true atheists (meaning they are convinced there is no higher power of any kind). When asked if they believe in “God or a universal spirit” in the Pew Research Center’s 2014 Religious Landscape Study, 89% of U.S. adults said yes.

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Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life!

Yesterday I revealed to you a bit about my past struggles with depression and anxiety. Thankfully it has been a long, long time since I have had to deal with either: those were not easy times.

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How Firm are Your Boundaries?

posted by fitin20 on Jun 15, 2016
tags: health fitness canada diet workout weightloss

You may have heard a term used: “Codependency”. Codependency is a hard thing to define, but it essentially means that I am too invested in another person, place or thing. There is no apparent separation between myself and them mentally, emotionally and spiritually.

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The Hole in my Soul, With Which I Cannot Become Whole

posted by fitin20 on Jun 14, 2016
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Today’s picture is of a letter that was written by the renowned Psychiatrist and Doctor, Carl Gustaf Jung. He wrote it to the cofounder of Alcoholics Anonymous, Bill Wilson, concerning a man they had both once worked with, named Rowland Hazzard. Rowland could not stop drinking, no matter what he tried.

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Medical Insurance - Cigna TTK Health Insurance

posted by chrissycatton on Jun 14, 2016
tags: health Medical insurance

With CignaTTK Health Insurance, invest in a medical insurance that gives you customized health, wellness and financial solutions. Click here to get a quote.

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13 Minutes to a Fitter You

posted by fitin20 on Jun 13, 2016
tags: health weightloss healthcare fitness

Today’s article is short and to-the-point. I’m going to share with you a workout that takes just 13 minutes to do, works your entire body, and it’s a fat scorcher!

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posted by elderlaw on Jun 13, 2016
tags: long term health care
Senior citizens have things to deal with and arrangements that need to be made as they approach retirement.  It is imperative to decide on how you would like to distribute your assets.  It should be clearly stated as to whom you would like to leave your belongings to.  Shares, stocks, properties, cash as well as other possessions that you and your spouse own should be bequeathed to the people whom you most love or who you feel deserve to have all of these material assets that you have worked so hard to acquire.  Besides that, other issues to work on are starting on your Medicaid application as well as having a health care power of attorney or living will.   Some people may feel that doing their own paperwork may seem to be the easiest path to take; however, certain considerations need to be factored in.  When you hire a lawyer to make your legal last will and probate you can be rest assured that it will be written confidentially and it will stand valid in any court of continue reading
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Denial Ain’t a River in Egypt!

In her groundbreaking book “On Death and Dying”, Elizabeth Kübler-Ross outlined a process for Grief, after working with many terminally ill patients. Her argument was that there were five discreet stages, as follows: Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, Acceptance

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Are You Battle-Weary?

posted by fitin20 on Jun 09, 2016
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There’s a phenomenon I’ve noticed that happens with many who struggle with losing weight. It’s a form of “Battle Fatigue.” People who have made several attempts to lose weight – especially formal ones, where they have paid for a specific diet program – often experience this.

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