MAIN PAGE / WELLBEING
17 February 2010 05:50 am
What you think about your self, is how the world sees you; change your self image.
13 February 2010 04:09 pm
Both healthy people and those with fibromyalgia benefit from yoga-type breathing. The women in this study were exposed to brief pulses of heat from a probe placed on the palm of their hand. When the women were encouraged to become aware of their breath and to slow their breathing down they rated the experience as only half as painful and reported less emotional discomfort.
10 February 2010 03:57 am
Healthy relationships are important for our wellbeing. They are fun and make you feel good about yourself. You can have a healthy relationship with anyone in your life - family, friends and the people you date.
06 February 2010 09:50 am
Whether it's a petty problem like forgetting to pick up your favorite dress at the dry cleaner or something more seriously annoying like a cold you just can't shake, for all of us, it's more than easy to get swept up in the stress of our day-to-day lives.
05 February 2010 04:51 pm
Have you ever thought about how you want to live, and who you
want to become? Everyone has different values and puts them in
different order of priority, so what works for others may not
be your own recipe for success.
05 February 2010 07:20 am
Sometimes it seems that no matter what you do, some days it seems like you would have been better off staying in bed. And sometimes, even that is no escape.
24 January 2010 04:43 am
The only way to happiness is to look within you. Here are a few tools that may help you find your way.
17 January 2010 07:34 am
Happiness, we say, is a choice. Happy people understand this, while unhappy people struggle with judging themselves for not being able to easily shift to a happy state of mind.
06 January 2010 06:36 am
Wellbeing is harmonious functioning of our mind, body and soul and not just good health.
07 December 2009 03:26 am
Who are you? Would you describe yourself as friendly, funny, intelligent, warm, caring, efficient, good-looking, witty or confident? What if you were told that whatever description you chose was just a defence used to fool the world into thinking you’re something you’re not?