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  • How do you bounce back from challenging times? Start with building your emotional resilience by learning skills that will help you to adapt and grow in adversity.

    9 Steps to Building Emotional Resilience

    9 Steps to Building Emotional Resilience

    by Yvette Stupart PhD7

  • Ever get overwhelmed? Anxious? Depressed? Life happens and no matter how good our life may be or how positive we are, we can have our tough times. How about a few strategies to help.

    When Life Throws You a Curveball

    When Life Throws You a Curveball

    by Christy0

  • If you're experiencing anxiety or fear in certain social situations, you may not be able to cure yourself overnight, but you can lessen its impact. Here are 5 ways to overcome social anxiety.

    5 Ways to Overcome Social Anxiety

    5 Ways to Overcome Social Anxiety

    by Michael Kismet2

  • Whether you've just started college or are moving to another country, homesickness can strike at any time. Sometimes having familiar food can help you feel better. Other times, coping with loneliness requires different strategies.

    6 Ways to Deal With Homesickness

    6 Ways to Deal With Homesickness

    by Ria Fritz2

  • People can quite literally sue for anything—phone confiscation, misleading jelly bean labels, nacho cheese burns, you name it. But when you're the one getting sued, the shock and stress may feel unmanageable.

    What to Do If You're Getting Sued: Coping With Stress

    What to Do If You're Getting Sued: Coping With Stress

    by Layne Holmes0

  • This article gives advice on how to help someone with depression and Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). People who are suffering from clinical depression or more serious symptoms should consult a physician for further assistance.

    9 Natural Tips for How to Help Someone With Depression

    9 Natural Tips for How to Help Someone With Depression

    by wiserworld1

  • This article outlines four easy steps to reduce stress, cope with change, and live a life free of anxiety. You can manage your stress and live your best life today.

    Four Easy Ways to Live Stress-Free

    Four Easy Ways to Live Stress-Free

    by Deborah Demander8

  • We're more stressed than ever! We can't sleep, concentrate or have fun. We need to relieve stress and we need to do it now. Read on to learn how...

    13 Simple Ways to Relieve Stress

    13 Simple Ways to Relieve Stress

    by Silver Q58

  • Parenting is a huge job already, without the rest of life's stresses pressing in on you. Everyone needs a little support, encouragement and understanding to stay sane and not cave to the pressures. Being a successful parent is all about finding the strength. Being a mom is hard work.

    Finding the Strength: Being a Mom Is Hard

    Finding the Strength: Being a Mom Is Hard

    by Victoria Van Ness2

  • Spending a few minutes a day on relaxation will dramatically reduce your stress level. Here are some tips and products that have helped me relieve stress and anxiety.

    Natural Tools for Relaxation and Stress Relief

    Natural Tools for Relaxation and Stress Relief

    by C. A. Chancellor0

  • We're all looking for ways to reduce stress. Give valerian root a try. Some have likened its effects to those of Valium, but without the addictive component. Nature's own Valium!

    Valerian Root for Stress and Anxiety

    Valerian Root for Stress and Anxiety

    by Silver Q0

  • Depression is not only a physical disease treatable with pills as the pharmaceutical industry wants you to believe. In this article, I suggest 10 ways to treat depression besides using antidepressants.

    10 Ways to Treat Depression Besides Using Antidepressants

    10 Ways to Treat Depression Besides Using Antidepressants

    by Levictus Marcus Saarith1

  • If you frequently feel frazzled and overwhelmed by responsibilities and everyday tasks, this article offers tips for reducing stress and coping. These are the strategies that work for me.

    How to Cope: Tips for the Easily Overwhelmed Person

    How to Cope: Tips for the Easily Overwhelmed Person

    by Crystal Tatum54

  • Life is meant to be enjoyed, but you have to intentionally design your life in order to experience that. Here are some things that I do to help make my life easier and more enjoyable.

    15 Things I Do to Make My Life Easy and Peaceful

    15 Things I Do to Make My Life Easy and Peaceful

    by Gina Welds Hulse4

  • Feeling that late-winter slump? I have some tips to keep yourself busy and stay positive for the remaining cold months.

    8 Ways to Beat the Winter Blues

    8 Ways to Beat the Winter Blues

    by Sara Jayne Davis0

  • This article looks at self-hypnosis as an option for times of extreme anxiety. It explores how self-hypnosis works, and why it is of benefit to people distressed by anxiety.

    Does Self-Hypnosis Help Anxiety?

    Does Self-Hypnosis Help Anxiety?

    by Nicci Attfield0

  • Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is experienced by millions of people across the world. Constant feelings of dread and worry are typical. In this article, I provide insights as to how a person might overcome this difficult disorder by lessening its impact on their life.

    Coping with Generalized Anxiety Disorder

    Coping with Generalized Anxiety Disorder

    by David Cory2

  • The winter holidays can be a major cause of stress and stress-related illnesses, including mental illness. This article discusses coping strategies this author has learned in her long-time attendance in a stress-reduction group; the quotations used come from that group.

    Keeping Yourself Sane During the Holidays

    Keeping Yourself Sane During the Holidays

    by Liz Elias4

  • Caregivers need emotional resilience and good health for the demanding task of care-giving. Here are 10 tips to keep you healthy, prevent burnout, and help you to give quality care.

    10 Self-Care Tips to Prevent Caregiver Burnout

    10 Self-Care Tips to Prevent Caregiver Burnout

    by Yvette Stupart PhD7

  • Stress is a serious problem that can impact your quality of life, your performance, and your relationships. In this article, I show you how you can turn your stress into energy and enthusiasm by reversing 7 common mistakes that make you feel stressed-out, over-worked and run-down.

    How to Turn Your Stress Into Energy and Enthusiasm

    How to Turn Your Stress Into Energy and Enthusiasm

    by Pat Fonda0

  • This is an article about my most recent episode of atrial fibrillation and about how I learned to stop worrying and fretting about AFib and a million other things.

    AFib Treatment Options

    AFib Treatment Options

    by Sue Pratt5

  • Color therapy, also known as chromotherapy, is an alternative style of therapeutic practice that utilizes the vibration and frequency of color to aid in healing.

    Color Therapy for Anxiety and Pain Control

    Color Therapy for Anxiety and Pain Control

    by Lorri Woodmansee4

  • Are current events causing you stress? Are you experiencing troubling emotions and a sense of helplessness about all of the crises in our world today? If so, read on for ideas and tools for coping.

    How to Process Troubling News Reports

    How to Process Troubling News Reports

    by Nancy Owens8

  • This article is meant to uplift those who may be having a difficult time overcoming struggles in their own lives. I want my readers to understand that hard times do not last forever and that everything will be okay—eventually.

    How to Overcome Struggles: 7 Valuable Recommendations

    How to Overcome Struggles: 7 Valuable Recommendations

    by Ashley Riley1

  • When you have a period of poor mental health it can be easy to neglect self-care. This article contains a list of suggestions for self-care that are helpful, easy, and not overwhelming.

    43 Self-Care Ideas and Tips

    43 Self-Care Ideas and Tips

    by VerityPrice2

  • Anxiety is a mental health condition that affects around 40 million people over the age of 18 in the United States. This article presents seven natural ways to get a handle on anxiety before it spirals out of control.

    Natural Ways to Ease Anxiety

    Natural Ways to Ease Anxiety

    by Shelly Warren4

  • This five-minute yoga and breathing practice helps reduce stress, tension, and anxiety. It can be done sitting or standing.

    5-Minute Yoga for Anxiety Relief

    5-Minute Yoga for Anxiety Relief

    by Deborah Demander8

  • Why do people chew their nails? Nobody finds fingernail biting attractive, but some of us just can't help it. For some, nail-biting is as difficult a habit to stop as smoking. Find out how to stop.

    Why People Bite Their Nails and How to Stop

    Why People Bite Their Nails and How to Stop

    by Lisa20

  • I have found three ways to reduce my anxiety without medication: exercise, yoga, and deep breathing. These methods offer wonderful alternatives to conventional treatment methods for anxiety.

    How I Reduced My Anxiety Without Medication

    How I Reduced My Anxiety Without Medication

    by Simon Lam2

  • There is a link between our feelings of rejection and our risk for health problems. Practicing mindfulness can help us cope with rejection and improve our immune system. With a quick glance at research and a crash course on mindfulness, we can develop better coping techniques and better health.

    Rejection, Health, and Mindfulness

    Rejection, Health, and Mindfulness

    by Kim Harris19

  • Unfortunately, the holidays typically come with a great deal of stress from having to buy gifts to cooking for everyone, and even having to face Aunt Sue again. Hopefully these tips will take the edge off and give you a way to avoid some of the stress you have coming.

    Handling Stress Around the Holidays

    Handling Stress Around the Holidays

    by Victoria Van Ness4

  • Everyone gets overwhelmed at times -- especially those suffering from a mental illness. Here is a quick, general guide for ways to get back on track.

    5 Ways to Get Back on Track

    5 Ways to Get Back on Track

    by Kelli1

  • The road of life is paved with many sorrows. The loss of a loved one through death or divorce is among the most painful experiences humans face. Broken relationships, failed businesses and other unfortunate events can also cripple joy. Fortunately, there is help for these difficult journeys.

    Working Through Grief Emotionally, Physically and Spiritually

    Working Through Grief Emotionally, Physically and Spiritually

    by Viola Horne8

  • Don't forget to put those little things first. They are, essentially, the exact things that will set you free. Take control. Give yourself those five minutes.

    How to Live a Life With Anxiety

    How to Live a Life With Anxiety

    by Dariann Gretz1

  • Learn about essential nutrients, simple juicing recipes, and different types of juicers. Juicing for stress and anxiety is simple, natural, and totally effective.

    Juicing for Stress and Anxiety

    Juicing for Stress and Anxiety

    by Kawai4

  • Sometimes, it's a smart idea to take a personal retreat. Rejuvenate and reinvent yourself by taking time to slow down and pull yourself away from the hubbub of daily life.

    Put Yourself on a Personal Retreat

    Put Yourself on a Personal Retreat

    by Allisyn2

  • Relational Aikido (RA) is a non-violent, win-win method of coping with relationship attack. Specific skill sets must be learned and practiced, much like a martial art.

    What Is Relational Aikido?

    What Is Relational Aikido?

    by William E Krill Jr1

  • I have put up a respectable battle most of my adult life against depression, always thinking that if I could just get past it, I could begin to live again. Now I wonder if it was all bad.

    Depression:  A Path to Spirit

    Depression: A Path to Spirit

    by Sue Pratt6

  • Anxiety is a normal part of everyday life, however, it can control your life if you allow it to get out of hand. Follow these techniques to combat it.

    Home Remedies for Anxiety

    Home Remedies for Anxiety

    by Lois Ryan0

  • The holidays are over (you recall that blur between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day don't you?), winter is still going strong and you feel trapped inside. How can you fix the winter funk?

    Fighting Winter Funk

    Fighting Winter Funk

    by Carolyn Fields3

  • We know babies cry from the time they enter the world. They cry because they are hungry, thirsty, wet or sleepy. Adults cry for different reasons. So, why do adults cry?

    Why Do Adults Cry?

    Why Do Adults Cry?

    by Margaret Minnicks0

  • I hate talking to strangers on the phone. Here I share some of the tips I learned at a job where I have to constantly make and receive calls.

    Five Ways to Conquer Phone Anxiety

    Five Ways to Conquer Phone Anxiety

    by helenathegreat40

  • For over a decade, I've used healing music as a coping strategy to relieve stress and anxiety in my daily life. In this article, I share my relaxation tips and top music recommendations.

    Healing Music Relieves Anxiety and Stress

    Healing Music Relieves Anxiety and Stress

    by C. A. Chancellor0

  • Feeling bad about yourself and dealing with anxiety lately? Improving your self-esteem and anxiety go hand in hand. Here's how I've boosted my confidence while handling my generalized anxiety disorder.

    How to Boost Your Confidence When You Have Anxiety

    How to Boost Your Confidence When You Have Anxiety

    by Em Clark0

  • Stress is widely known as the silent killer. We experience stress every day of our lives and it is a natural occurrence that can kill you if not properly managed.

    Effects of Stress on the Human Body and Mind

    Effects of Stress on the Human Body and Mind

    by Michael Kismet2

  • Connecting to others and forming close bonds is vital to our overall health and happiness to the extent that feeling excluded and lonely can have long-term, negative effects on our wellbeing. Acknowledging these feelings leads to acceptance, understanding and the ability to cope.

    How Loneliness Impacts Our Health and Wellbeing

    How Loneliness Impacts Our Health and Wellbeing

    by Lorna Lamon4

  • With anxiety affecting around 18% of the U.S. population, it's a condition that makes a significant impact on people's lives. While it's advisable to seek medical help, there are some lifestyle changes you can start making.

    Lifestyle Changes That Will Reduce Anxiety

    Lifestyle Changes That Will Reduce Anxiety

    by Robyn Parr0

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