Tag Archives: Mental health

THE VOICES IN OUR HEADS

Why do people talk to themselves, and when does it become a problem?   Talking to your yogurt again,” my wife, Pam, said. “And what does the yogurt say?” She had caught me silently talking to myself as we ate … Continue reading

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Anxious people view the world differently

Anxiety is often caused by one – or more – negative emotions: sadness, anger, boredom, etc, which are in their turn often linked to negative thoughts. Culpability, impotence, injustice, etc. are some of the central themes of those thoughts. As … Continue reading

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Words to Live By — or Die From

What we say and how we say it can make us happier and healthier — or not. The current issue of Scientific American Mind contains an article by Johannes Eichstaedt about how scientists are using social media to assess mental … Continue reading

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Serotonin: discover the effects of this hormone in your body and mind

Discover the basic principles of serotonin’s importance by reading the following article. With the help of hypnotherapy we can learn to mentally stimulate the presence of this hormone in our body. Hypnosis can help us get to sleep more easily and to incorporate … Continue reading

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What Negative thinking does to your brain

Read the article below to find out about our capacity for modifying negative and unhealthy thought patterns. Hypnotherapy teaches hypnotic techniques which may serve in order to achieve relaxation and concentration. Hypnosis appears similar to mindfulness in its procedure and … Continue reading

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Mental illness affects us all – even in the happiest country on Earth

“…Well-run, scientifically credible epidemiological surveys suggest thateach year 38% of those living in the EU experience mental illness, with anxiety disorders the most commonly experienced problem. That equates to 165 million people. Yet fewer than a third of these individuals … Continue reading

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Unwrap Mindfulness & Abundant Mindset this Holiday Season

Practical Tools for Balance, Self-Compassion, and Abundant Mindset Published on December 22, 2013 by Melanie A. Greenberg, Ph.D. in The Mindful Self-Express “The winter holidays are often an emotional time.  Looking ahead to months of colder weather can bring about a more somber … Continue reading

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