Wellness

Having a good quality of life is about learning to invest in your well-being. We encourage you to discover yourself, focus on your identity and your potential as a person. We invite you to strengthen your self-esteem and find that balance between mind and body to achieve happiness. Because wellness means looking after your emotions and at the same time discovering the inspiration behind the best sayings, theories, and approaches which help you grow a little more every day.

You Have the Power to Sculpt Your Own Brain

“You have the power to sculpt your own brain.” This quote by Santiago Ramon y Cajal is now more relevant than ever. Your own thoughts have created and continue to create your world. Today, we know that self-confidence, enthusiasm, and…

Decision-Making with Mindfulness

Recent mindfulness research found that this practice can positively impact decision-making Why? Because mindfulness allows you to focus your attention on the present in order to avoid thinking in “auto-pilot”, which will inevitably bring you long-term benefits. “May your choices reflect…

Keys to Getting in Touch with Your Inner Self

Life coaching experts tell those who can’t find their place in this world to connect with their inner self. Unfortunately, many people aren’t able to feel like they belong, and they don’t understand why. These people often believe that they’re…

When People Say “I Know How You Feel”

When someone tells you “I know how you feel,” it might seem like a nice, empathetic gesture. However, from a psychological point of view, it’s not always the best choice. The truth is that you can’t fully understand what another person…

Vitamin C Helps Reduce Stress

According to studies, vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, helps reduce stress and also improves cognitive processes. Moreover, it reduces blood cortisol levels. Likewise, it also impacts the nervous system because it favors the production of myelin in the…

Strengthening Your Emotional Vocabulary is Important

Strengthening your emotional vocabulary will help you improve the quality of your relationships. It’s all about knowing how to express yourself assertively. Furthermore, it’s also about being in tune with your needs while remaining sympathetic to other people’s needs. In…

How to Teach Children Stress Management Skills

Stress affects adults and, unfortunately, it also affects many children. Our pace of life has increased significantly in recent years. For this reason, it’s very important to teach children stress management skills. It’s important for adults to know how to manage their…

Deferred Happiness Syndrome

Deferred happiness syndrome arises as a result of bad time management. This is when you delay your desires time and time again due to various responsibilities that come up in your life. These delays are relentless and come one after…

Seven Buddhist Keys to Deal with Anger

Buddhists believe that people require special training in order to learn to deal with anger. There are certain attitudes and virtues we need to develop to achieve it. Feeling angry is completely normal. However, if you don’t know how to deal with…

The Link Between the Hippocampus and Self-Esteem

The link between the hippocampus and self-esteem is very interesting. Your sense of identity is directly linked to this brain structure, your memories, and your internal narrative. Nobody knew how important this structure was until four centuries ago. At first,…

The Difference Between Monotony and Heartbreak

The difference between monotony and heartbreak lies in one word: attention. If you don’t pay attention to your relationship and let monotony take over, you’ll find yourself heartbroken and wondering what went wrong. Read on to find out what you…

Positive People: The Fuel of Healthy Relationships

Some people fill your heart with the purest joy. They’re people who try to make your life less complicated and always think about your well-being. They’re what we call positive people, who simply make our lives better. These people are…

The Neuroscience of Happiness

In recent years, several studies on the neuroscience of happiness have been carried out. In fact, neuroscientists and psychologists have been investigating the brain states associated with happiness. Likewise, scientists are also investigating its relationship with well-being. For years, research has…

Happiness Is a State of Mind

There are hundreds of books and conferences that claim to have the formulas for happiness, but they’re all very vague. Many of them state that happiness comes from the outside. They believe that happiness is at the top of a mountain…

The Key to Finding Inspiration Anywhere

Inspiration is a state that involves cognitive, emotional and commitment aspects. Finding inspiration is important because it produces a powerful feeling of well-being and it’s crucial to the creative process. It’s not easy to define what inspiration is exactly. It’s pretty…

The Body Language of Fear

Although feeling scared is normal and perfectly valid, there are situations in which making it obvious isn’t in our best interest. Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on how you see it), the body language of fear may sometimes reveal how we’re feeling…

Seven Ways to Prevent Child Behavior Problems

Behavior problems in children and teenagers are often a source of stress for parents, educators, and teachers. Even if we haven’t experienced them directly, we’re aware that bad conduct and challenging behavior can be a real headache. The good news is…

Fear Will Never Disappear

Thinking about the fact that fear will never disappear can lead to anxiety. Just the thought of it makes your heart beat faster. It’s something natural or, at least, understandable. Society has taught you to run away from fear instead of facing it. But,…