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How to Spot Your Emotional Triggers. Dr Mariana Plata

How to Spot Your Emotional Triggers. Dr Mariana Plata

Learning your Emotional Red Flags is a Way to Boost your Emotional Intelligence. Have you noticed how certain topics evoke in you a variety of emotions? Mainly unpleasant ones. Some might make you angry or envious. Guilty or sad. Or, unlike your friends or close ones, it truly bothers you when people ask you about

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Six Natural Remedies to Help with Anxiety.

Six Natural Remedies to Help with Anxiety.

Six Natural Remedies to Help Anxiety. Those who do not have it find it difficult to understand, but anxiety proves to be a daily severe handicap. Some people feel Tiredness, nausea, tremors, and sudden discomfort.   Too often, some individuals make you want to go to bed and wait until they have regained some strength.

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Six Psychological Traits of Narcissism that S/He Would Never Admit.

Six Psychological Traits of Narcissism that S/He Would Never Admit

Six Psychological Traits of Narcissism Just because you don’t go to therapy or go through a psychology consultation doesn’t mean that you don’t have a narcissistic, pathological personality. Or maybe there is a narcissist around you, making your life impossible without you imagining that they are cause of your demise. Narcissists can be very toxic,

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Respiration

Raising Your Perception with Respiration and Perspiration by Dr.E. Paul Zehr, PhD

Controlling breath to affect brain activity may help healthy aging. Posted February 19, 2022 |  Reviewed by Kaja Perina KEY POINTS Breathing and movement are key parts of being alive as a human animal in the world. Respiration affects mood, memory, and sensory perception. Mindful practices like yoga, martial arts, and moving in walking can help couple

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