This Lively Pursuit Keeps Your Brain Young

Slows and can even reverse age-related physical and mental decline. Dancing keeps your brain young, new research finds. Compared with exercise like cycling and Nordic walking, dancing has more profound effects. Dr Kathrin Rehfeld, lead author of the study, said:…

Antidepressant Side-Effects Higher Than Previously Thought

Antidepressants side-effects: in the US one in ten are prescribed antidepressants each year, but are they told about ALL the side-effects? A new survey of antidepressants side-effects has found higher than expected levels of emotional numbness, sexual problems and even…

The Most Attractive Facial Expression In A Photo

People were shown happiness, fear, anger, disgust and surprise, as well as a neutral expression. The most attractive facial expression for a photo is any one you like. People judge facial attractiveness from your features, so your expression makes little…

Suffering a Loss, Grief and Bereavement

Grief starts with Attachment Attachment &...

DBT – What Emotions Do for You

What Emotions Do for You Emotions Motivate (and Organize) Us for Action Emotions motivate our behavior. Emotions prepare us for action. The action urge of specific emotions is often “hard-wired” in biology. Emotions save time in getting us to act in important...

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DBT – How Skills

Taking Hold of Your Mind: “How” Skills Non-judgmentally See, but don’t evaluate as good or bad. Just the facts. Accept each moment like a blanket spread out on the lawn, accepting both the rain and the sun and each leaf that falls upon it. Acknowledge the difference...

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DBT – WHAT Skills

Taking Hold of Your Mind: “What” Skills Observe Notice your body sensations (coming through your eyes, ears, nose, skin, and tongue). Pay attention on purpose, to the present moment. Control your attention, but not what you see. Push away nothing. Cling to nothing....

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