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Change A Losing Game

Change A Losing Game

What can people due to change their losing games? Here are some proven stages: ☼ Learn to say ‘No’ Don’t let work encroach upon your home life. Learn to say ‘No’ there are times you simply have to draw the line. Honesty with tact will stand you in good stead. ☼ We have cycle of […]

What Is The Art Of Conversation?

What Is The Art Of Conversation?

What has happened to the art of conversation? By conversation I do not mean merely word exchanges between individuals. I am thinking, rather, of one of the highest manifestations of human intelligence the ability to transform abstractions into language; the ability to convey images from one mind to another; the ability to build a mutual […]

Suicide is a Social Phenomenon

Suicide is a Social Phenomenon

Napoleon, made a complete botch of suicide. When 3,000 French troops were slaughtered during the last engagement of the Peninsula War at Toulouse in 1814, the ill-fated emperor swallowed a vital of poison prepared two years before (he believed he had thought of everything). Unfortunately for him, it was stale and he was forced to […]

Obesity is a Disorder

Obesity is a Disorder

Obesity effects 20% to 30% of all of us and contributes a number of illnesses, including hypertension, diabetes, sleep disorder, sexual dysfunction, depression and knee, back and foot problems. That means that on any given day, about a third of my patients come to see me about a problem for which the main prescription is […]

How Does Your Salary Stack Up?

How Does Your Salary Stack Up?

In today’s uncertain economy, raises are getting ever smaller and ever harder to come by. The annual across–the-board increase based on years with the company, is becoming a thing of the past. The trend is toward fewer raises based solely on performance. Why have employers become tight fisted?  Because takeover threats and foreign competition have […]

Sibling Relationships in Children

Sibling Relationships in Children

Many parents share a growing sense of frustration when neither punishment nor reward seems to have any long-term impact on sibling battles. But some rivalry is inevitable, as children struggle for parental attention and separate identities, and that it can be good for them. Some parents fear their children will develop lifelong resentment of one […]

Say ‘No’ To Smoking

Say ‘No’ To Smoking

It is very difficult to quit smoking and there is not any trick to do it nicely. However here are some tricks that can help smokers to quit this nasty and useless habit: 1-Bupropion is the first “tablet treatment” with a possible success rate of 18 per cent or more. Vareincline is another tablet to […]

Teaching Your Child

Teaching Your Child

As parents we are always engaged in teaching our children, whether we want to or not. Beat them, coddle them, ignore them, worry about them, love them or hate them, you are teaching them. The father who never says more than “Hello” to his son and goes out to the nearest hotel every evening is […]

Drug Addiction In Children

Drug Addiction In Children

Prevention of, a drug problem starts with you, the parents. If you discover your child is experimenting with or abusing drugs, you mustn’t get suck in your initial feelings of anger and helplessness. Rather than blaming each other take action that will help your youngster today. If your child bleeding to death, you wouldn’t run […]

Expressing Anger Is Not Bad

Expressing Anger Is Not Bad

Two decades ago it was decided that stifling anger is dangerous and expressing anger is good. In pop psychology the primal scream held away get it all out and you will feel a whole lot better. Then researchers began to see connections between psychological traits and heart disease, and the appeal of emotionalism began to […]