Sure, having a positive spouse makes for healthier relationship but did you know it could actually help your live longer? If your spouse looks on the bright side of life, both of you may enjoy some wonderful mental and physical benefits.Read Full Story
Between juggling work, relationships, family and a social life, many women go through a rollercoaster of emotions. We can feel fantastic one day, and inexplicably sad the next. Life is a ride, that’s for sure, but there are ways to make sure it’s a fun one. Whether you’re ready to start living a happier life or you just need to cure a bout of the blues, these tips will put you on the right track.Read Full Story
It’s hard to stay in shape if we constantly feed our bodies junk, and this same principle applies to what we feed our minds. If you spend countless hours listening to tragic news stories or socializing with negative-minded people, your mind will become weighed down with unhealthy thoughts that can take a toll on your psyche and produce negative internal conversation (“I’ll never be able to do that,” “I’m just not qualified,” “I should just give up.”). And the more you dwell on negativity, the worse you'll feel.Read Full Story
Is your glass half-full or half-empty? How you answer this question about positive thinking says a lot about yourself and the way you view the world. If you’re ready to walk on the brighter side of life, all you need to do is change your attitude. Here’s how to do it.Read Full Story
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