Scan the news, and you’re bound to see a story about a flood, fire or other crisis. When each second counts, can you quickly find your key documents? Continue reading
You know that exercise does your body good, but you’re too busy and stressed to fit it into your routine. Hold on a second — there’s good news when it comes to exercise and stress. Continue reading
Sooner or later, each of us will experience that dagger in the heart called grief — and dealing with grief is a challenge like no other. How can you pick up the pieces, heal the wounds and move on with the rest of your life without feeling like you’re betraying the memory of your loved one?
Have you ever started a fitness program and then quit? If you answered yes, you’re not alone. Many people start fitness programs but stop when they get bored or results come too slowly. Here are seven tips to help you stay motivated.
Nobody’s perfect, so there’s probably something about your life, habits or routine that you’d like to change. Maybe you want to eat healthier or exercise more. To improve your chances of making a long-lasting change, try these tips.
It sounds like a mixed message: Drinking alcohol may offer some health benefits, especially for your heart. On the other hand, alcohol may increase your risk of health problems and damage your heart.
So which is it?
So, you’ve made your list, checked it twice, but still don’t know what to get for your closest friend? Between a rocky relationship and late nights at work, you know the last few months have been stressful for her. A soothing gift may be just the ticket, especially during a busy holiday season. Read on for some ideas to relieve her stress.
The holiday season often brings unwelcome guests — stress and depression. And it’s no wonder. The holidays present a dizzying array of demands — parties, shopping, baking, cleaning and entertaining, to name just a few.
But with some practical tips, you can minimize the stress that accompanies the holidays. You may even end up enjoying the holidays more than you thought you would.
Sometimes, it starts small: your brother puts you on hold while he takes a call from his new girlfriend—and forgets you’re waiting on the line; your mother-in-law criticizes your parenting skills; your sister regularly expects you to make the hour-long drive to see her.
Knowing that your child was in harm’s way is upsetting. You want to comfort your child, yet you may not know how. The tips below are a starting point. Keep in mind that your child’s age affects how he or she may react to trauma and the kind of help that is best to give. Continue reading