dealing with stress

9) The Ideal Me. I like to plot out who the Ideal Me is without getting discouraged. I write out my goals -- physically, mentally
They cut you off in traffic. They tell you what to do. They don’t follow through. Who are they?
We have the opportunity to seek out the good and to learn and develop the positive from the present agony. This can be a challenge when we are witnessing unspeakable devastation. Below are five ideas to help you claim your equanimity and balance again.
I got the news no one wants after my first ever mammogram at age forty and subsequent biopsy: breast cancer. I cried. And then something amazing happened: I dealt with it. And then something even more amazing happened: I grew exponentially.
By trying to understand your mother-in-law and by showing her some compassion, you'll at least get a new perspective on her behavior and won't take her words so personally. In other words, her criticism won't affect you as much.
Recovering from something as big as a divorce can be a challenge, but staying positive can give you the opportunity to start fresh.
Life is meant to be a fun adventure. It isn't a race to the grave. Embrace and enjoy all that comes to you be it the good, the bad and the ugly. Use it to grow and become exactly who you want to be.
There really isn't a class that you can take, or a way to mentally prepare for all of the ups and downs that can occur when dealing with your significant others ex, specifically when it comes to their children.
It's one thing to teach others about reducing stress, and another to take your own advice. After struggling with the latter
HuffPost Live's Nancy Redd dove into the results on Wednesday in a panel discussion that included CareerCast's publisher
Friends ask me, what's the right way to meditate? I have no idea. I just breathe in and out and notice the breath and the thoughts as they pass through my mind. When I take some time every day to meditate, something positive always comes from it... a feeling of well-being, a thought, a feeling of peace. And it helps you to learn to sit with all kinds of feelings.
You can't eliminate stress, but you can choose how you respond to life's daily storms. How you eat and live plays a significant role.
To us high school students, everything feels like the absolute be-all and end-all. And I'll be the first to admit that I stress about the smallest things. But, after interning for Healthy Living I've realized I haven't taken any measures to try to alleviate that stress. So I'm starting now with a few things I've decided are just not worth my anxiety.
That means that if you want to turn stress into happiness, you have to take two (often very big) steps. First, you must shift