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In one way or another, stress was a part of life before COVID-19, and it will remain a part of life after COVID-19. It is an integral and important part of your life, and it has a specific purpose. When you know how to use it to your advantage, managing and reducing stress becomes an important tool...
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The human heart is like an innocent child who wants to play; it thinks everyone and everything is okay, which is true on a spiritual plane, but not practical in a world of constant chaos, high demand, and sometimes unfair competitive markets. The mind is like a wild stallion, however; it wants to run wild; it loves to...
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How to Help Your Child Cope with the COVID-19 Pandemic’s Mental & Emotional Effects. The Problem The COVID-19 pandemic and quarantines have brought about a tremendous sense of fear and anxiety around the world. These unforeseen and unfortunate circumstances have led to short and long-term negative psychosocial and mental health effects in children and young adults....
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I can tell you I have! My family, my friends, and everyone I know have experienced the negative ramifications of a devastating 2020. The rising mental health crisis caused by the pandemic, a dividing and toxic political landscape, and a staggering unemployment rate — not to mention the damaging effects of alcohol, drugs, illegal substances,...
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You can’t spot reduce, that’s a fact! Men store fat around their waist, while women keep it around their hips. There is no exercise or magic pill, or anything else other than liposuction, that will remove fat from a certain area of your body. The abdominal belt is the first-place fat builds up and in...
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There is a growing body of research showing the benefits of mindful eating. World-renowned Buddhist master, Thich Nhat Hanh, says that the root of our weight problems is what we eat every day and how we can change our own eating habits forever just by learning to pay attention and enjoy what and how we...
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1.     Keep moving or take a warm bath Low-impact physical exercise early in the evening, such as a leisurely walk, helps some people to sleep better. Walking can clear the mind of the day’s worries and activities. A warm-cool bath promotes sleep for others. Repetitious thinking such as counting sheep or reciting positive affirmations works...
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I believe that to live a truly meaningful life, we must learn to balance its three basic aspects—body, mind, and spirit—by honoring the importance of each one and setting goals for achieving each aspect’s optimum expression. If you’re familiar with traditional Chinese philosophy, you have heard about the ancient concept of balancing yin and yang—the...
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In the 20th Century, there was a constant philosophical debate on the nature of time fueled by the work of the British idealist philosopher J. M. E. McTaggart. Henceforth his 1908 paper, “The Unreality of Time” Mr. McTaggart said this: “Time is actually unreal because our description of it is necessarily either contradictory, circular, or...
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A few years ago, I was picking up my daughter from school, when something extraordinary happened. She was cheerfully singing, “I’m so happy, happy, happy.” When I asked why she said: “I am happy for no reason, dad.” So it validated my belief that happiness is not a state of mind, it’s a state of...
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New Book by Nordine Zouareg

Best-selling author Nordine Zouareg is back with a brand-new book: INNERFITNESS: Five Steps to Overcoming Fear and Anxiety While Building Your Self-Worth.

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