8 Life Tips for How to be a Happier Person 0Joy and happiness are more skill than circumstance. Here are 8 easy-to-use strategies to boost the positive feelings you get from everyday events and become a happier person. Four of them are in the "what to do" category and four are "what not to do".
Why do Women Abuse Men? 0
Partner abuse doesn't just happen man-to-woman. Women can also be abusive to men. Why do girlfriends and wives sometimes abuse their boyfriends and husbands verbally, emotionally, psychologically, financially, physically, and even sexually?
Are you wondering why your girlfriend or wife is abusive? Why your sister-in-law treats your brother so badly? Or, if you're a woman behaving in abusive ways towards your boyfriend or husband, do you wonder why you do it?
The overarching conscious or subconscious goals of partner abuse are to demean, control, or punish; but why does a particular woman treat her partner that way?
Click to learn 72 reasons why women abuse men.
- Ann Silvers
- Tags: abuse OF men BY women
Why Feeling a Wide Range of Positive Emotions is Good For Your Health 0
Feeling a wide range of positive emotions may be more important to your health and well-being than the amount of feel-good you have in your life. People with a wide range of positive emotions had less inflammation in a study performed by US universities (including Cornell) and the German Institute for Economic Research.
Less inflammation is a very good thing! Inflammation has been implicated in many physical illnesses and in anxiety and depression.
Click to learn more about the study and how you can expand your positive emotion word vocabulary.
Signs of a Controlling Woman 0
Abusive women can use their words, tone, and/or body language to manipulate and exert control over their partners in an instant, or over time by wearing them down or conditioning.
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- What a Controlling Woman May Try to Control
- Controlling Behavior Patterns
- Characteristics of a Controlling Woman
Parental Alienation Hurts 0
In Parental Alienation (sometimes called Parent Alienation) one parent intentionally alienates their children from the other parent. It is emotionally abusive not only to the alienated parent--it is also abusive to the children.
What we are talking about here is different from normal estrangement that might occur between children and their parents because of expected stages of development or actual bad acts of the parents they are rejecting. It is a distortion of the intentions, attitudes and behaviors of the alienated parent.
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- The Definition of Parental Alienation
- Parental Alienation: Syndrome or Not
- The 3 Alienating Messages
- When Does Parent Alienation Happen?
- Parental Alienation Example
4 Step Thought Blocking or Thought Stopping Technique 0
Do you ruminate about awful scenarios? or fixate on angry or anxious negative thoughts?
Fixating on negative thoughts or dwelling on awful scenarios can capitalize on your brainpower, ramp up your anxiety, drain your energy, and distort how you see yourself and the world and people around you.
Learning the technique of Thought Blocking (AKA Thought Stopping) can help you stop negative, awfulizing, catastrophizing thoughts.