How To Successfully Move House Without The Stress

Although choosing a new home and moving on to a new adventure is exciting for most, many people rarely discuss the sheer amount of stress that actually comes with finding a mortgage, sorting your life into boxes and keeping everyone happy at the same time. This can be made harder when you also have kids and pets to think about too. Above all, the end goal should be the primary focus, and with some extensive preparation, it can actually be a fun time for everyone with minimal stress. Whether you … [Read more...]

Healthy Ways To Deal With Life’s Inevitable Problems

If one fact is for certain it’s that life is filled with ups and downs. Problems will arise, and you’ll be forced to face them and decide what you want to do to get through your unfortunate situation. What you need is healthy strategies for helping you deal with life’s difficult times and not let your stress get the best of you. You can’t sit around taking it and refusing to problem solve or you’ll soon be very unhappy and restless. Force yourself to learn positive habits in your downtime so … [Read more...]

Women and Stress Management

Women stress too much base on the fact that they have the dual roles of working at home and outside. They are taking care of their husbands and children at home, and outside the home, they are working as professionals, essay writer or content writer, style icons, artists, etc. So, they try to do all things for all people around them. All this has created immense pressure on them that lead them in to stress. Outcomes of Stress in Women The stress outcomes in women are enormous in number. … [Read more...]

How to Improve Your Flexibility

Tight hips, legs and shoulders can limit your fitness and performance. Limited flexibility can therefore result in injuries that can impact both your health and exercise routine. To ensure you can move with ease each day, read the following tips on how to improve your flexibility. Start Pilates People who experience limited flexibility should consider Pilates, as it focuses on stretching and moving the muscles you may not commonly use. The low impact exercise is also ideal for all ages, as … [Read more...]

Simple Ways to Lower Your Daily Stress Levels

It is so easy to become stressed out in the fast-paced and busy environment of our everyday lives. Balancing work, family, friends, and everything else can very quickly start to overwhelm us, and serve as a serious drain on our mental health and wellbeing. While it might, in our very darkest times, be tempting to drop all our responsibilities and go live a simpler life in a secluded cabin out in the forest, there are simpler methods of reducing stress levels you might want to consider … [Read more...]

6 Top Tips for Dealing with Menopause

Many women may not realize what is happening to their body when they first enter their menopausal years. Yet, they may experience a variety of permanent or temporary symptoms, such as mood swings, insomnia, and hot flashes. Eventually, they may come to realize that they’re living with menopause. To alleviate some of the problems, we’re offering six top tips for dealing with menopause. 1. Avoid Hot Flash Triggers Are you experiencing many hot flashes each day? If so, you’ll be happy to … [Read more...]

4 tips to keep your wardrobe simple and stress-free

The average woman spends 16 minutes a day deciding what to wear – precious time taken away from work, friends and family. It’s a stressful part of the daily routine we can all do without, but it seems that despite rounds of spring cleaning and New Year’s resolutions, clothes that are thrown out are only to be replaced again. Women only wear 20 per cent of their wardrobe regularly, which means dozens of unworn dresses, shirts and trousers causing unnecessary stress. Simplifying your wardrobe … [Read more...]

Stress Coping Strategies for Busy Women

Today’s woman has more on her plate than ever before in history and unfortunately, this leads to inordinate amounts of stress. Not only do most women hold down a job outside the home but they are also typically mothers and often active in the community. This leaves very little time to take care of themselves and so one stressor is compounded on another and before you know it they are simply ready to break. Instead of letting life get out of control to that point, take a few moments to consider … [Read more...]

MERCURY RETROGRADE PERIODS 2015

During this time Mercury, appears to be going backward and indeed it moves through an Astrological sign backward. Since Mercury rules communication, mental activity and traveling we should be more careful to check details and have patience with communication devices going haywire. Often all of our communications and projects seem delayed by circumstance or confusion. Maybe leave extra time to get where you are going as well. Mercury rules the mind, mental processes and all forms of … [Read more...]

Get Well Toronto, Nidhi Sachdeva

  Are food and environmental stressors affecting the quality of your life? Foods, electromagnetic fields such as radiations, negative thought processes, pollens, danders, chemicals etc., can act as stressors for our internal cellular environment. Increased exposure to these substances can disturb homeostasis – our body’s internal balance. Homeostatic Imbalance “Triggers”: Stress – physical or emotional (causes cellular vulnerability to EMF) EMF – Cell phone towers, … [Read more...]

Celebration House™ features MICHAEL BALLARD – NOV 26

SAVE THE DATE - NOV 26   Imagine Yourself© The Imagine Yourself© program was developed by Michael H. Ballard. It is available as a keynote, workshop, training or train-the-trainer session. This is a program to assist people of all ages to learn what to do to prepare them, or assist them work towards recovery should they feel overwhelmed when faced with unrelenting stress, adversity, grief and or a serious loss. We have and do work with groups on how to use this material in … [Read more...]

Borderline Personality, a Life of Extremes

  Borderline Personality   Do you have someone in your life that suffers behaviors that are completely out of control?  Do you have moments with this same person that are loving and heartwarming; then, twenty minutes later, this same person is threatening to kill you?  Does this person have moments of violent outbursts that make no sense to those around them?  Does this person cry at extremely inappropriate times with no reason for sadness that are apparent? The above … [Read more...]

20 Blogs Explaining the Many Benefits of Meditation

It’s likely that you’ve heard of meditation, and you may even have a vague idea of what it entails, but do you really know what it is? The act of meditating is accomplished when you close your eyes and fully concentrate on your breathing, disregarding any thoughts that enter your mind. While this sounds simple, the process of completely clearing your mind is one that’s actually difficult to accomplish. Turning off your thoughts for just a few minutes a day can offer a variety of benefits, … [Read more...]

Witnessing Verbal Child Abuse, How to Take Action

As a childcare provider, you will hopefully never witness the heartbreaking and infuriating image of a child being abused by her parents. Verbal abuse, while just as damaging as physical abuse, leaves no physical marks and is rarely followed up by a social services system that’s flooded with other issues. As a childcare provider, your job is to protect and care for the children under your charge. When it’s a parent who’s harming them, though, it’s not always easy to know what to … [Read more...]

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