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Swallow That Anger Sometimes, a good way to reduce stress is to simply not get provoked. A difficult thing to do, but sometimes it is worth it. There are times when we get angry over a situation that is really ...
Sep 24 2007 7:18am
... some of the health problems" but expressing anger leads to some problems as well, social ... more
Nov 16 2009 11:34am
Anger Can Lead to Heart Disease If you tend to blow a fuse easily, think better of it--it could affect your health in tangible ways. A study by the Medical University of South Carolina showed that men with chronic anger problems m ...
Sep 26 2007 11:31am
I'm often stuck in an anger situation where no good physical outlet ... more
Jul 15 2009 6:58am
Go Organic for Anger Management Here is a thought. Eating organic food could also help us to stay calm. How? Organic food is free from preservatives, additives, artificial colors and pesticides, which are found in regular ...
Sep 24 2007 7:09am
I know this guitarist in Nashville who redefines bi-polar! All he eats is crap, sometimes ... more
Nov 18 2007 12:51pm
Mad as Hell? Get Over It! This shouldn’t be news but researchers studying 313 healthy Vietnam vets found that anger and hostility make increased the risk for heart disease, diabetes, and high blood pressure. Apparently those ...
Aug 15 2007 6:06pm
How Much a class For a family of 3 42,yrs 7yrs, 10 yrs old gallowayx3@aol.com would love to help myself build my legs for diebetes and pain all day Son would love to build his control on anger and out bur ...
Apr 12 2008 2:56pm
Talk the stress away! A recent report by brain researchers says that there is a medical explanation for why we feel better about talking to somebody about a problem. According to them, talking about what is making us feel ...
Jun 24 2007 11:53pm
Say it out loud A new brain imaging study by UCLA psychologists reveals why verbalizing our feelings lessens feelings of sadness, anger and pain. The findings suggest that putting our feelings into words can actually ...
Jun 30 2007 12:47pm
Holding grudges I am reading the book "Don't Sweat the Small Stuff...and It's All Small Stuff: Simple Ways to keep the Little Things From Taking Over Your Life" by Richard Carlson. A quote that I read this morning h ...
Jan 02 2008 8:24am
THIS IS ANOTHER "BEEN THERE,DONE THAT"SANARIO. IT BEST TO LET IT GO AND STAY IN CHECK;EVEN ... more
Jan 15 2008 9:19pm
Build Your Body While Watching LOST Watching TV does not have to equal snack attacks and crashing for the day. Are you sitting in front of the television thinking, “I’m just a Couch Potato?” Let’s change those negative thoughts, righ ...
Mar 13 2008 3:45pm
Jeez and I was just using my TV time to catch up on all those stretchs that I never seem t ... more
Mar 14 2008 10:57am
Raquetball Meditation is really good, and so yoga, but when you're REALLY stressed, go for a game of raquetball. It's fun, easy, and great for relieving stress/anger.
Jun 22 2008 5:28am
Kickboxing, very cool...do you take classes somewhere for that, or did you learn it a diff ... more
Jun 23 2008 3:21pm