Ensuring that your children learn to deal with their emotions in a healthy, responsible manner depends on you setting an example of the same.
If you want to banish the ghosts of your past, take a cue from Helen Keller, whose life defines the process for looking forward with faith in the future.
If it seems easier to adopt the opinions and feelings of others, you may be hiding yourself from the joy of knowing who you are and embracing an active life.
Instead of allowing grief and hardship to monopolize your life, actively create the positive thoughts you need for hope and healing.
Instead of choosing forms of exercise you think you should be doing, get active doing something you’ll stick with (i.e., something you can love).
Ensuring optimal physical health of your family is a simple, straightforward process. Review these basic healthy habits and commit yourself to follow through.
When you stop striving for what you think intimacy should look like, you will leave the freedom and flexibility for healthy relationships to thrive naturally.
When self-esteem is tied to activity level, doing too much or doing too little can ultimately lead to depression.
After allowing the pain of his divorce to monopolize his daily life, Mark decided to replace anger with joy, blame with mercy and fear with confidence.
If you tell yourself you’re fat, you’ll never lose weight and that these “facts” cannot be changed, the subconscious mind will hear and respond to make it true.
As busy as you may be, raising healthy, happy kids depends on taking time to engage them in an active family life. Try these tips for time-crunched parents.
When you feel yourself starting to get angry, follow these four easy-to-remember steps to keep your anger from getting the best of you.