Emotional Balance Archives - Melanie Plain

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Writing To Improve Yourself

Many people think of writing as something that only professional authors do. But that’s not true! Writing is for everyone. And the technique is widely used by people working toward transforming themselves through self-development. Writing allows you to express personal feelings and thoughts without feeling threatened by external forces. It marks the way toward improvement.

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How To Cultivate A Good Character

At work, we are encouraged to think on our feet. We are encouraged to improve ourselves and hone the three essential qualities required in today’s workplace: perseverance, determination, and focus. A person that is focused on what they want is of value. Someone who has their mind set on achieving their goals. A person who’s

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Staying Healthy As A Woman

Good health can be difficult to maintain if a woman is not taking care of herself properly. Women’s health is a broad area. It includes everything from breast cancer to domestic violence. Domestic violence is a widespread issue that some women of all ages, races, and educational backgrounds face every day. Another leading problem that women

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How To Best Handle Performance Anxiety

Performance anxiety is a common problem. It occurs more in men than women and causes an individual to feel anxiety about how well he/she can engage in sexual activity. The debilitating fear of not performing sexually has many consequences: avoidance of sexual encounters, lowered self-esteem, relationship discord and sexual dysfunction. Once you’ve suffered through one

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Understanding Anti-Anxiety Medications

Anti-anxiety medications might offer one quick solution to your anxiety problems. These types of drugs include traditional anti-anxiety drugs (benzodiazepines), as well as newer options like antidepressants and beta-blockers. They can help reduce your anxiety while you undergo therapy to get to the cause of the problem. However, it’s important that you understand that these

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Tis The Season To Be Unhappy

Welcome to the holidays, a sure-fire recipe for angst, familial discord and credit card debt. Add those ingredients together, fold in days of dark skies with no hope of sunlight, sprinkle with a smattering of work stress, simmer until ready to boil and you have a tried and true recipe for depression. Depression runs rampant

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When Women Are Most Likely To Get Depressed

Women, regardless of nationality or socioeconomic status, have a higher chance of having depression than men. The reasons for this appear to be a combination of biological and cultural factors. Women’s Hormonal Variation and Phase of Life Extreme hormonal changes can trigger mood swings in all women. There are studies that show how the hormones

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Mental Illnesses And Diagnosis

Many people dispute the existence of mental illness, claiming that it doesn’t exist. And yet, counselors often diagnose individuals every single day. Mental health is essential for everyday life. There are many signs that illustrate mental illness and often people disregard these symptoms because of a lack of understanding on the patients part. The fact

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Mental Health: Problems With Misdiagnosis

For years, professionals, researchers, philosophers and many others have examined mental health, searching for answers and solutions to its many disorders. There are many types of mental illnesses. They include adjustment disorders, bipolar disorders, sexual disorders, dementia, and delirium, as well as many other disorders that affect people every day. Adjustment disorders are commonly diagnosed.

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