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I’m testing some automation tools on the site today and I’m sure you’ll see some ‘errors’. It’s okay! I’m the one that’s causing them…

How to Create More Self-Love Now

Terri Cole writes:

I am so excited to about my Real Love Revolution free video series where I am exploring ways to create more love (self-love and other love) in your life. Take a moment before watching to assess your feelings about yourself right now. How do you speak to yourself when you make a mistake? Do you feel worthy and lovable? How valuable do you think you are?

Source: How to Create More Self-Love Now « Positively Positive

Why Drinking When You’re Stressed is Risky Business

Psychology Today shares:

Here’s something to keep in mind as the holidays unfold: if you drink alcohol when you’re stressed, you may be flipping a brain switch that makes heavier drinking all the more likely. That’s the finding of a new animal study on the neural effects of drinking, and stressed humans should take note of the results. A group of rats were put under heavy stress for an hour, and 15 hours later their blood was tested to find out how much of a sugar-water and ethanol solution they’d been drinking (rodent version of a stiff cocktail served at an open bar). The researchers found that the stressed rats drank significantly more of the solution than an unstressed control group. And here’s the really interesting part: the booze slurping went on for weeks after the original exposure to stress.

Source: Why Drinking When You’re Stressed is Risky Business | Psychology Today

Coping with the Pain of Loneliness After a Breakup

man and woman standing opposite of each other against colorful sky,illustration painting

Becky Potter writes:

“Relationships are like glass. Sometimes it’s better to leave them broken than hurt yourself trying to put it back together.” ~Unknown

I am at a phase in my life right now where I’m struggling with loneliness.

It means that most of the time, I feel a deep sense of disconnection from the world around me and the people I share it with.

The mere fact that I am writing this in the small hours of the morning, deafened by the ear-splitting silence of an empty flat, unable to sleep, simply emphasizes this point to me even harder.

The empty flat in question is mine. And the situation in which I find myself was not part of the plan that I had envisioned for my life at this moment in time.

Everything that was once familiar has now changed.

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