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The Worst Part of Anxiety Is Feeling Unloved, Unimportant, And Unappreciated

Anxiety makes you feel like a burden. You don’t want to text your friends, because you’re worried they won’t want anything to do with you. You don’t want to walk over and say hello to your crush, even though you’re tempted to make a move, because you’re worried they’re going to look at you funny.  You don’t even want to walk up to the cashier, even though you’re next in line, because you’re worried about bothering them. That’s how anxiety makes you feel. Like you’re a bother. A waste of time. A nuisance. You might get anxious because you’re worried about making a fool of yourself, because you’re scared of socializing, because you don’t want to stumble over your words...

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Life Is Too Damn Short – Don’t Waste Your Time On Stress, Worries And Regrets

How silly we are for wasting our seconds, minutes, hours, days, months, years on things that we have no control over… How silly we are for forgetting how trivial our everyday issues are compared to the bigger picture…How silly we are for spending life obsessing about what we’ve done wrong instead of focusing on what we can do at this very moment… Life is too damn short, friends. It’s too short for drama. Too short for stress. Too short for negativity. Too short for toxicity. Too short for sadness. Too short for pain. Too short for suffering…Why do we keep forgetting that? Here are 10 universal truths that I believe we should all write down on a piece of paper...

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How To Train Your Brain To Stop Worrying

Worrying is an unnecessary evil when it comes to your mental health. Some consider it simply a bad habit that can be unlearned with practice. Some think worrying serves a purpose for the brain, such as helping us to learn from past experiences and prepare for new ones. Whether good or bad, worrying occupies our brain as we focus on a future we can’t control. It is said that depression is focusing on past events you wish you could change, and worrying is focusing on future events you have no control over. Importantly, instead of worrying you can choose to take action by preparing for whatever it is that has you worried. In this article, we will look at active...

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Health Benefits of Cycling: What Does the Research Say?

You probably love the idea of cycling but you don’t have any motivation to push for a ride other than looking cool on a bike. Not enough, right? Well, let me give you some advice — cycling can make you healthier. As to how — you’ll know if you continue reading my list of ten cycling health benefits below. Let’s get you pedaling. Why Cycling Is Excellent For Building Your Overall Health There are many ways to build up your overall health, but not all of them are efficient or fun. Cycling, however, offers you exhilarating reasons to give it a try. Easy Cycling is relatively easy compared to other forms of exercise. Even a child can go for a...

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The Health Benefits of Owning a Dog

Families across the world bring dogs into their homes to love and be a part of their family. However, did you know that having a dog is linked to having a longer life? A pup not only fills your heart, but they can do wonders for your overall health. Many studies have proven that there are numerous benefits to having a canine pal. Even on the worst day, it’s always better with “man’s best friend” by your side. Here are some of the many benefits of having a dog as a member of your brood. Physical Health Benefits Of Dogs Dogs need lots of exercise to stay healthy. Keeping them fit and trim is essential for their overall health. But...

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