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Infertility and Emotional Health {Women Stuff} by Perfectskincare C. Facebook Posted Thu 15 Nov 2012 1:30pm Infertility often creates one of the most distressing life crises that a couple has ever experienced together. The long term inability to conceive a child can evoke significant feelings of loss. I have four friends who are facing this problem and all of them are coping with this problem differently.  The multitude of medical d ... Read on »
A Let’s Make Mistakes Attitude Gives Emotional Safety to Women’s Weight Loss by MariasLastDiet.com Doctor of Philosophy Posted Sun 22 Dec 2013 7:45am by Maria's Last Diet There are a number of emotional benefits to taking on the attitude that during the weight loss process mistakes are inevitable but good and you can learn from them. A big emotional benefit is having a positive rather than negative perspective when you fail to do something right. Reacting negatively with frustrati ... Read on »
Excerpt from new weight-loss book for women—Stop Your Emotional Eating by MariasLastDiet.com Doctor of Philosophy Posted Sun 25 Mar 2012 6:47am Here's an excerpt from Stop Your Emotional Eating, just released as the latest book in the Symmetry Press weight-loss books for women Using Psychology to Lose Weight series. Emotional eating. We all do it. No one escapes to a place where emotional eating isn’t part of her life. That’s OK, because emotional eating doesn’t pose a proble ... Read on »
Are women’s emotions bought too easily? by Dating Goddess Patient Expert Posted Fri 27 Mar 2009 9:33am I watched Steve Harvey promote his new book, Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man on Oprah the other day. (I’ll review his book for you later.) Steve talked about how women give “it” up to men too easily, without making the man earn it. And a man doesn’t respect anything he doesn’t have to earn. By “it” Steve meant not only sex, but a woman’s ... Read on »
Women Who Are Dieting: Let Those Emotions Flow! by MariasLastDiet.com Doctor of Philosophy Posted Tue 16 Mar 2010 4:10am When we are dieting--as we all know--we are required to use a great deal of self regulation--in other words, self control. But dieting is a special case of self-regulation because you are confronted by food multiple times a day. Because of this, there are many opportunities to blow it. But there are things to do that can hel ... Read on »
Pregnant Women can Read Emotions with more Accuracy by Andrea Patient Expert Posted Thu 17 Dec 2009 12:00am I realize most of the women reading this blog are not pregant (nor do they wish to be at this stage of life) but I was fascinated by this article from Topnews.com (UK site) ----- it says that elevated levels of progesterone cause women to be able to read others facial emotional cues better than women who are not pregant or men (who do not have a ... Read on »
A New Weight-Loss Book for Women — Stop Your Emotional Eating by MariasLastDiet.com Doctor of Philosophy Posted Mon 26 Mar 2012 5:00am by Maria's Last Diet Here's another excerpt from Stop Your Emotional Eating, just released as the latest book in the Symmetry Press weight-loss books for women Using Psychology to Lose Weight series.      Ode to Food  my friend my enemy my prize my punishment my medicine my poison my provider my thief my protection my da ... Read on »
Women and the forbidden emotion by Cathy T. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 8:19pm Imagine that someone in authority has warned you to never express joy — even in its most muted form. After a while, you might never experience that emotion again. Remove “joy” from the above sentence and substitute “anger.” This is not a page from a Kafka novel, but a day in the life of most women. In an age when women have shattered glass ceilin ... Read on »
Emotional stress may be linked to heart dysfunction in women by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Mon 17 Mar 2014 7:29am In men with coronary artery diseaseNarrowing of the blood vessels supplying the heart muscle, leading to symptoms such as angina and sometimes to a heart attack or myocardial infarction (CAD) the large arteries feeding the heart often become clogged by plaqueAny flat, raised patch; for example, a raised pat ... Read on »
Women Feel More Guilt, Distress About Work Intrusions at Home, Study Says by HealthFinder Posted Wed 09 Mar 2011 12:00pm healthnewslink Barrage of work emails, calls outside normal business hours take less of a toll on men, researchers find. By Maureen Salamon HealthDay Reporter ... Read on »