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Divorce Research Update 7-6-2015

 A cross cultural look at the antecedents and consequences of divorce can provide further insights into our understanding of divorce.

A more complete list of research report about divorce, remarriage and stepfamilies published in 2015… 206 more words

Causes Of Divorce

International Yoga Day

 This is just beginning of a celestial path. Yoga practiced in any level  is beneficial; that is to say Just as an exercise as overall Health quotient improvement tool or as a path to salvation it never lets you down. 475 more words

Life And Health

Are There Benefits in Refraining from Masturbation and Pornography?

When I read the information about the benefits of refraining from masturbation and pornography I did not believe it, for I thought that a man needs sexual stimulation of some kind every day for his psychological well-being. 111 more words

Male Sexuality

Are you a collector or a hoarder?

After a trip to the supermarket, we usually have a pile of plastic bags, which we’ll stash somewhere safe in the kitchen. We probably have fewer plastic bags these days because we’re into recycling and using our own cloth or non-woven bags. 552 more words

Stress Management

The Brain is a Body Part Too.

For some of us talking about Mental Health, taking antidepressants, visiting a Psychotherapist or a Psychiatrist makes us feel “uncomfortable” or scared. It sometimes makes us feel embarrassed too. 440 more words

Anxiety

Meeting with Penny Ling

As part of my training I have to try and get an understanding of the different approaches used to help athlete’s optimize their potential. I have recently taken an interest into Hypnotherapy and how it can be used to help athlete’s over come their fears of competition, coping/avoiding with plateau or fears of getting back in the saddle. 260 more words

Healthy Eating

How is Acceptance and Commitment Training (ACT) expected to improve employee well-being?

Robertson and Cooper (2011) define psychological well-being as the “affective and purposive psychological state that people experience while they are at work” (p. 54). Similarly, Cotton and Hart (2003) suggest that emotional well-being is related to “two independent dimensions of positive and negative affect […] termed morale and distress respectively” (p. 157 more words

Acceptance And Commitment Training