Tag: relaxation

Jan 30


Do you ever feel that you didn’t get enough attention as a child? Or maybe you got attention, but it was a negative kind, in which people pointed out your faults and failings, but didn’t appreciate the unique and positive qualities you have. You’re not alone. Many people feel this way, and they carry these …

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Dec 22

Take in the Good

It’s holiday time, and we will soon welcome in a new year.  Whatever your religious orientation or belief system, it’s hard not to get caught up in the energy of this season. Whether you are taking part in a gathering or spending this time alone, whether this holiday season brings good feelings or difficult ones, …

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Mar 19

Anxious? Three quick ways to cope

Anxious? Many people with ADHD traits are. It goes along with having a quick mind and a lot of interests. Heart racing? Butterflies in stomach? I understand. I’ve been there. What do you do when you are anxious about everything you have to do? Do you try to calm down but find it difficult or …

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Feb 25

Visualizing Intentions

In the book How God Changes Your Brain: Breakthrough Findings from a Leading Neuroscientist, Dr. Andrew Newberg and Mark Robert Waldman explain the latest research findings on how we can use our desire, focus, and faith to see our intentions realized. “When you clearly articulate your intention or goal in writing and speech, your frontal …

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