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Performance Anxiety: The Terror of Job Hunting When You Live With MS by theselfhealingcoach Posted Wed 28 Nov 2012 8:32am I’m not sure what I fear more – not getting a job or getting one. First, there is the fact that I haven’t held a regular J-O-B since the year 2000. I’m not the 9 to 5 type. I’m self-motivated, creative, entrepreneurial and oh – I detest authority everywhere but the bedroom. But here I am, 36, broke, single, a mama, and needing to get ... Read on »
Back or Neck Pain from sitting too long ? by Dr. Eben Davis Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:34pm Proper Office Ergonomics includes "getting up out of your chair" and moving around. Take Breaks, Stretch, and walk around to avoid Back Pain and Injury San Francisco - It's really not surprising that we get stiff and sore after sitting for long periods. Especially in an office environment where we have the stress of job performance and deadl ... Read on »
Don’t be Fooled; Massage is not a Trick or a Treat! by yourbodyneeds Posted Mon 22 Oct 2012 10:03pm Massage Is Not A Treat  A treat is something you limit yourself to; something that you do or have on an occasional basis.   Massage therapy is not a treat, yet far too often massage is referred to as something you “treat” yourself to on special occasions such as your birthday or while on vacation.  There is nothing wrong with receiving m ... Read on »
Stress Less, Stay Fit by Jenny Evans Posted Fri 28 Jan 2011 9:39am By Michele Borboa, MS With the current unemployment rate reaching its highest since the 1980s, the job market has become far more competitive and demanding. Americans are spending longer hours in the office, working harder than ever to keep their jobs, and, as a result, experiencing extreme stress and neglecting their health and fitness. I ... Read on »
Bad Stress to Good Stress & Peak Performance - EQ by Michael Apollo Health Maven Posted Tue 16 Nov 2010 6:56pm Have you ever wanted to attain Peak Performance in a relaxed state? Here are the first steps to doing just that! Our brains pump two groups of chemicals when in stressful situations. These two groups of different chemicals causes our body and brain to react differently in stressful situations, creating two types of stress - Good and Bad. Thr ... Read on »
Big News For Anyone Who Wants To Discover The Fastest Way To Get A Better Body, Enhance Performance, Cut Through Diet Confusion, by bengreenfield Facebook Posted Fri 01 Mar 2013 10:07pm As a speaker, author and coach, I have dabbled in health and performance for as long as I could remember – but until two years ago, had never really given serious thought to my calling in life or come to a lasting conclusion about what I actually wanted to accomplish and be remembered for. However, after much serious thought and inner ref ... Read on »
Frozen Shoulder and Neck Pain... Caused by Stress? by Taylore V. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Tue 21 Oct 2008 12:55am City worker with frozen shoulder and neck pain gets relief! How can an energy healing help Dave’s frozen shoulder and neck pain? One day Roi and I were giving a free Reiki presentation and energy healings to a group of 30 people in Olympia, WA. After explaining to the group, "How Reiki could heal pain …and sometimes Instantly heal p ... Read on »
Mind Over Matter: Does Job Status Affect Intelligence? by Dr. Bruce F. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 2:14pm It is really quite amazing that to a large extent you are what you think you are. Self-help gurus have been touting this for years and have sold million of books with the message "change your mind--change your life." Hey, if we can't change our minds what can we change? Anyway, I do believe that the mind has a powerful affect on the body ... Read on »
Is Stress Damaging Your Relationship? by Dan and Jennifer .. Health Maven Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 10:27am Stress is a normal part of daily life. In fact, without a small amount of stress, our bodies wouldn’t function. Yes, our lives actually depend on stress! If stress is good for us, how do we know how much is enough - and how much is too much? Stress is so normal that we actually come to depend on it to help us with the everyday activities of ou ... Read on »
Stress and burnout in the ministry by Nancie .. Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 11:49pm STRESS AND BURNOUT IN MINISTRY by Rowland Croucher It was a grey Canadian morning in April 1982. The children had gone to school, my wife to work, and I did something I’d never done before. I turned the phone down, put a note on the front door, and went back to bed. I was burned out - and within two months resigned my ministry there. ... Read on »