The Effects Of A Negative Mind

Negative thinking is quite contagious, once it infects someone the symptoms may persist over a lifetime. Most Americans fail to recognize the repercussions of thinking negatively. The effects are far more psychological, they are physical and will impact your spiritual life. Negative thinking not only comes from negative events that are currently taking place but

Financial Intimacy 101

Financial Intimacy 101 Couples are instructed to be open and transparent when it comes to finances.  But what do you do when neither of you are comfortable doing so? In a recent episode of Bringing Intimacy Back,  Dr. April Brown sat down with Michele Edwards-Collie – Owner of The King’s Daughter to discuss Financial Intimacy. They

14 Key Signs of Depression in Men

14 Key Signs of Depression in Men He seems more difficult than depressed. What’s the deal? Posted Oct 25, 2018 Not so long ago, I had to approach a friend to discuss what appeared to me to be a battle with depression. It was clear to me that this debilitating disorder was affecting both him and

25 Ways You Can Practice Self-Care Every Single Day

25 Ways You Can Practice Self-Care Every Single Day No, you don’t have to Instagram your bubble bath. By Caroline Shannon-Karasik Nov 13, 2018 DIANA FUJII Instagram might have you thinking that the only way to practice self-care is to take a photo-shoot worthy bath (and post a picture of it, obvi). But uh, that's definitely

Cold Verbal Abuse and Calculated Betrayal

THURSDAY, JANUARY 3 2019 KRISTEN MILSTEAD       print    on Cold abuse, verbal abuse delivered without emotion, is familiar to many abuse victims. The film I, Tonya, depicts the physically and verbally abusive home life of notorious Olympic skater Tonya Harding. Harding is best known for the scandal that took place in 1994 in which her husband, Jeff, carried out a plot to

11 Intriguing Reasons To Give Talk Therapy A Try

Alice G. WaltonContributor Pharma & HealthcareI cover health, medicine, psychology and neuroscience. Some people are under the misapprehension that therapy is for wusses. This couldn’t be further from the truth. As Richard Taite, founder of Cliffside Malibu and big proponent of behavior change, told me earlier this year, “Not only do successful people not fear therapy, they