Why Your Pandemic Fatigue Is At an All-Time High (Even as Cases Dwindle)

I’m a psychiatrist and I’m exhausted, too. Source: Why Your Pandemic Fatigue Is At an All-Time High (Even as Cases Dwindle)

Needless Angers: Can They Be Eliminated?

Anger poisons relationships, yet anger can easily become a too-frequent habit. Learn more here: Needless Angers: Can They Be Eliminated?

What 20 Seconds of Hugging Can Do for You

National Hugging Day is January 21. Prepare yourself by reviewing the benefits of hugging here: What 20 Seconds of Hugging Can Do for You

How to Be Resilient in an Overwhelming World 

“The key to cultivating internal calm amidst ever-present stress. Hacking our brain begins with a clear knowledge of the three executive systems that run our cognitive processing. We’ll refer to them as the first executive (amygdala, fear response), second executive (frontal-parietal lobe, logic, and problem-solving), and third executive (DMNempathy, and self-awareness). This control panel of sorts gives us a comprehensive view of the ways that our thoughts, behaviors, and feelings interact at any given moment.” Go to the source: How to Be Resilient in an Overwhelming World 

Why do we have thoughts we don’t want?

Have you ever had the unexpected urge to jump from a bridge or other high place? If so, you are far from alone: Psychology Today

Exercise Habits: Build Them When It’s Good

Build exercise habits when it’s good so they stick when it’s bad: Exercise Habits: Build Them When It’s Good

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