This is one of the most calming videos I’ve watched in a long time. The level of care and attention that woman provides to that tiny, helpless, brand-new human? Oh gosh; it gives me the cutesies.
Does a struggle with workplace stress somehow disengage your ability to handle non-work stress? Just because Paul Marshallsea, at 62 years old, rose to the occasion during a single decisive moment and triumphed in the face of a very life-threatening stressor, does that mean he’s capable of working?
Adrenaline is not my friend. I don’t search for it. And when it finds me accidentally, I usually tell it to shut up.
I Googled “most relaxing song ever”. And what did I expect to find? Well, a bunch of songs esteemed Most Relaxing by the court of popular opinion. But instead, I found…science. Maybe.
Let’s say you had a rough day. You didn’t stick sandpaper up to today’s date on the calendar, did you?
Turns out, hypnotherapy is nothing like that silly spectacle of stage hypnosis. What can it do for anxiety, panic, and phobia sufferers? How can it change our negative thought patterns?
Meet Ashley Taylor. She’s a certified hypnotherapist, an entrepreneur, and an anxiety sufferer. While walking through the halls between classes in 6th grade, Ashley experienced her first panic attack — complete with a racing heart, dizziness, and shortness of breath.
Our fast-paced daytime lifestyle often bleeds over into the evening hours without our consent or mindful attention. Once you become aware of how you stimulate your body and mind before bed, you can take conscious steps to reduce that behavior.
I’ve always tried to keep a wall of separation erected between nature and technology. On my most recent camping trip, I left my iPod at home and my cell phone in the car. I made my fiance leave his new iPad at home.
The last time I took a nap on a bed of paper was in grad school, in the library, on a wide splay of photocopied research studies from various communication periodicals.