Often people spend much of their time at the mercy of their emotions. They feel rejected and spiral into loneliness and despair or they feel slighted and become stuck in thoughts of anger and retaliation. If you often feel trapped in negative emotions and would like to transform them, try the following mindfulness exercise.
Monthly Archives: January 2011
Your Brain and The Power of “Rehearsing” Your Future | Neuroscience and Relationships
Have you heard the phrase
Happiness Quiz: What Makes Us Happy? What
Happiness Quiz: Test Your Emotional Intelligence Quotient
There is more to Happiness than most of us realize. It is not just a a fleeting feeling that we need to chase after.
The Role of Mindfulness and Emotional Mastery in Couple Relationships | Neuroscience and Relationships
The bottom line is that, in order to remain in rapport, you and your partner
The Story of Your Life in Six Words | World of Psychology
The inspiration for six-word memoirs came courtesy of a legend about Ernest Hemingway. As the story goes, Hemingway was once challenged to tell a story in six words. He came up with this:
Here are eight aspects of sexual compatibility that may help you begin to figure it out. These aren
Death Anus Ad from NYC Dept of Health – Sean Strub
The New York City Department of Health’s “It’s Never Just HIV” advertising campaign, targeted to encourage HIV negative gay and bisexual men to use condoms, has prompted a conversation that is profoundly important and speaks directly to the heart of the problems with HIV prevention.
This is a long blog to read, but as sean states there is just so much info that is pertinent to the subject. Fear does not change behavior. Fear does increase stigmatization.
A Mindful Strategy for a Resilient New Year | Mindfulness and Psychotherapy
15 Cancer Symptoms Men Shouldn’t Ignore
Experts say that men could benefit greatly by being alert to certain cancer symptoms that indicate a trip to the doctor