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Why Slow Living Is Powerful Living

“Stop and smell the roses.” “Less is more.” We’ve all heard these old cliches, but what do they really mean? Could they actually be useful mantras on one’s spiritual journey? If you find you’re trying to juggle too many plates on too many sticks, or have more stuff than you know what to do with, it may be the perfect time to take it down a notch, back off from the urge to accumulate and consume, and strive to find more meaning, purpose, and simple joy in your life. These ideas are at the heart...
Tags: Psychology, General, Happiness, Mindfulness, Publishers, Slow Living, Inspiration & Hope, Spirituality & Health, Green And Environment, Lifehelper, Elizabeth Gilbert, Minimalism, Minimalist Lifestyle, Living simply


Were You Raised to Be Afraid?

“I was raised to believe that being frightened meant being alive. Timeo, ergo sum. That being scared is not a frailty but a skill. That I displayed intelligence by shunning whatever displayed itself as welcoming or wild. That the scariest time-bomb in the world was me.” Some of us were raised to seek out scary things. Not in a fun way. Not like skydiving or watching horror films. Some of us were taught to expect and detect threats in every circumstance. Anticipating every buffet, ballgame and ...
Tags: Psychology, Family, General, Parenting, Disorders, Anxiety, Fear, Publishers, Mental Health And Wellness, Anxiety And Panic, Children And Teens, Spirituality & Health, Van Der Kolk, Bessel van der Kolk, Amanda Brown, Childhood Fear


How to Make Peace With Your Mind: 7 Tips From an Ex-Monk

“Leave your front door and your back door open. Let thoughts come and go. Just don’t serve them tea.” ~Shunryu Suzuki There are few things more exasperating in life than having a noisy chatterbox in residence between your ears—a busy mind that never stops and won’t leave you in peace for a moment. You are sitting by the pool on your long-awaited vacation. The weather is perfect. Your diary is clear. You settle down on your deckchair with an ice-cold drink and your favorite book. Everything is ...
Tags: Psychology, General, Disorders, Meditation, Mindfulness, Self-help, Publishers, Anxiety And Panic, Tiny Buddha, Lifehelper, Frankenstein, Catastrophic Thinking, Overactive Mind, Peaceful Mind


How Connection Saves Lives and How Policymakers Need to Understand That

Over this past weekend, I participated in my first outreach event for Mental Health America at the NBC4 Telemundo 44 Health and Fitness Expo in Washington, D.C.  Dr. Martin Luther King said that people “fear each other because they do not know each other.  They do not know each other because they do not communicate with each other.”  Here is what I learned at the event: it is easy to communicate with people about mental health because the topic is accessible across culture, race and age. In addi...
Tags: Psychology, General, Washington, Communication, Mental Health, Policy and advocacy, Medicare, Martin Luther King, Conferences, Publishers, Connection, Mental Health And Wellness, Mental Health America, Mental Health Policy, Health and Fitness Expo, Mental Health Advocacy


You’ve Hurt Your Partner: Here’s How to Apologize Sincerely

Everyone makes mistakes. Here’s how to fix them. You messed up and made a huge mistake. You really blew it, and now your partner is giving you heck about it, seething with disappointment, hurt, and pain. Now you need to apologize so it doesn’t continually affect your relationship — but sometimes, knowing how to apologize in a way that your partner knows you mean it is the tough part. Guilt washes over you as your conscience reminds you that you didn’t keep your word or your end of a commitment...
Tags: Psychology, General, Marriage, Relationships, Communication, Publishers, Marriage And Divorce, Yourtango, Apologize, How To Say Your Sorry


France’s music publishing was worth $450m+ from latest reports

France’s music industry is growing each year and the latest publishing reports show how strong 2018 was. The latest figures from the French music publishing trade associations The CSDEM and CEMF show considerable growth in 2018. According to their reports two-thirds of 15,000 new French work published in 2018 were from new talents. Their Barometer of Music Publishing report analysed the country’s music publishing results between 2017-2018. They found that revenues were up 7% to €393 mil...
Tags: Publishing, Music, France, Music Industry, Industry, French, Deezer, Publishers, Artist / Label News, Qobuz, Music Publishing, Music Publishers


3 Questions to Ask Yourself When Worry Takes Over

Are you an overthinker? Do you sometimes suffer from nonstop anxious thoughts? A lot of people do: bright, accomplished professionals, executives, and leaders who look like they have it all together actually don’t know how to stop overthinking. Even the most focused and grounded high achievers get sucked into today’s perfect storm of unremitting urgency and unhealthy expectations. Their sharp, but overworked, minds wind up circling in self-doubt or stuck on the simplest decisions… the result is ...
Tags: Psychology, General, Disorders, Stress, Self-help, Anxiety, Publishers, Worry, Anxiety And Panic, Yourtango, Overthinking


Will Your Marriage Last? Here’s What the Research Says

You put the “happy” in happily ever after! We all dream of living happily ever after in marriage with the love of our life. And, in pursuit of that dream, more than 6,000 people walk down the aisle in the U.S. each and every day! (That’s more than two million weddings per year.) And, according to a report from Sound Vision, the average wedding costs around an estimated $20,000.  The 12 “Golden Rules” Of A Happy, Long-Lasting Marriage But, for all of that dreaming of wedded bliss, 40 to 50 perc...
Tags: Psychology, General, Marriage, Relationships, Research, Dating, Sexuality, Wedding, Publishers, Marriage And Divorce, Yourtango, Association for Psychological Science, Research Says, Love Language


Dating Coach Advice: Is Your Insecurity Pushing Men Away?

Are you trying too hard to get him to like you? When you meet a new guy you really like and feel major attraction to, it’s easy to wonder if he feels the same way. But in your eagerness to learn how to get this guy to like you, or to make him chase you, you might be appearing desperate and pushing him away. Signs of attraction between people aren’t always obvious, and each approach the relationship with different goals in mind. But if you’re acting out of desperation that you’re going to “lose...
Tags: Psychology, General, Relationships, Self-help, Dating, Sexuality, Flirting, Women's Issues, Publishers, Yourtango


Why Are We So Fearful of Change?

My favorite spot to practice yoga at my neighborhood studio is next to a big window overlooking several trees. From there, I can appreciate the birds and the natural variations of the seasons while I practice. I admire the way nature so readily embraces change. Trees don’t complain about losing their leaves or being too cold. Flowers don’t desperately attempt to prolong summer. Animals gracefully accept aging. Life is comprised of transitions. Yet, most of us try to avoid change at any cost—ev...
Tags: Psychology, General, Habits, Moving On, Transition, Self-help, Spirituality, Publishers, Inspiration & Hope, Spirituality & Health, Lifehelper, Vincent Van Gogh, New Beginnings, Afraid Of Change, Albert Einstein Walt Disney


When Friends Part Ways

We don’t often think too much about our relationship with our friends. We don’t tend to work on them, communicate within them, or bring them to therapy with us. Maybe we should! Friends are vital in our lives. Recent studies on loneliness have found that a lack of social connection is about as bad for us as smoking 15 cigarettes a day. These relationships can be passionate and powerful. They tend to sustain much longer than most romantic relationships. When a friendship ends, it can break our he...
Tags: Psychology, General, Relationships, Friends, Friendships, Publishers, Spirituality & Health, Lifehelper, Letting Go


5 Powerful Ways to Stop Worrying About What Others Think

“Care about what other people think and you will always be their prisoner.” ~ Lao Tzu We carefully pick out what we wear to the gym to make sure we look good in the eyes of the other gym goers. We beat ourselves up after meetings running through everything we said (or didn’t say), worried that coworkers will think we aren’t smart or talented enough. We post only the best picture out of the twenty-seven selfies we took and add a flattering filter to get the most likes to prove to ourselves that...
Tags: Psychology, General, Self-help, Self-esteem, Social Anxiety, Publishers, Worry, Tiny Buddha, Lifehelper, Lao Tzu, Portland Maine, Lapsang Souchong, Byron Katie


What You Need to Know About Suicidal Behavior

The number one thing I’ve learned in my more than 20 years of experience in the mental health space is that there is always more to be learned. Suicidal behavior and prevention are complex. Just as there is not one single thing leading to suicidal behaviors, there is also not one single thing that will prevent them from occurring. In order to provide exceptional care and support to individuals with lived experience, friends, family members and co-workers, we must continue to learn about mental h...
Tags: Psychology, Japan, General, Suicide, Disorders, Depression, Canada, Publishers, National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, MHA, Mental Health America, Hopeless, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Suicidal Behavior, American Association of Suicidology Offers


10 Ways to Spot an Emotionally Unavailable Man

Your future happiness is in your hands. Why am I single? It’s a question many single women ask themselves. But for women who want a man who makes them feel great, sticks around, and holds you tight in his arms, stop what you’re doing right now and listen. When it comes to dating advice, women need to stop waiting around for unavailable men! The physically unavailable man is not in your vicinity or in your life. I’m not against long-distance relationships at all, but if the man you love lives i...
Tags: Psychology, Hollywood, General, Relationships, Personality, Dating, Men, Burt Reynolds, Publishers, Marriage And Divorce, Yourtango, Don, Monica, Sally, Narcissist, Emotionally Unavailable


6 Ways to Feel a Little Happier Each Day

Don’t settle for unhappiness! No matter who you are, there are going to be days (or weeks or months) where life kinda stinks and love and happiness are nowhere in sight. In the back of your mind is that you just want to be happy. Yet, if you were to be honest, you’d settle for things being even just a little bit better. It was Bob Marley who said, “Love the life you live. Live the life you love.” But that doesn’t mean you need to play reggae and go to Jamaica to be happy. Rather, the phrase “...
Tags: Psychology, General, Happiness, Self-help, Jamaica, Bob Marley, Publishers, Gratitude, Mental Health And Wellness, Inspiration & Hope, Yourtango, Lifehelper, Don, Positive Attitude


5 Tips for Better Conversations with the People You Love

  As humans, we are wired for connection. In a relationship — whether it’s romantic, platonic, or familial — we build on these connections via conversation. Relationships are a necessary piece of our human existence. From the moment we are born, we strive to connect and attach with the other beings in our lives. Knowing how to have a conversation allows these connections to happen and using effective communication skills, you can make your relationships stronger. 5 Ways To Start A Conversatio...
Tags: Psychology, General, Relationships, Communication, Self-help, Conversation, Publishers, Yourtango, John Gottman, Lifehelper, Susie, Better Conversations, Start Soft Marriage


After Infidelity, Can Your Relationship Survive?

Can you salvage your relationship? Among the thoughts that occur upon learning your partner is involved in an affair is the question of whether they really love you or not. If they really did love you, how could this happen? Why do people cheat? Is surviving infidelity even possible? People could cheat for one or more of several reasons, including: An addiction to the excitement of getting away with it; an addiction to sex or to the thrill of the chase An ego need, wanting to feel the accep...
Tags: Psychology, General, Marriage, Cheating, Relationships, Adultery, Divorce, Relationship, Self-help, Infidelity, Sexuality, Publishers, Marriage And Divorce, Yourtango, Lifehelper, Don


How Does Real Time Bidding Work in Marketing and Advertising?

by Robert Clough It seems that the world of advertising changes every day. There are new technologies and new ways to advertise your business. One of the ways that advertising has evolved for both advertisers and publishers is through real time bidding. This method of advertising is starting to change the publishing industry and it's giving advertisers a way to lower their costs. Are you ready to learn more about real time bidding? Read on to find out what it is and how you can leverage i...
Tags: Google, Seo, Airlines, Publishers, Strategies, Advertising and Marketing, Robert Clough, Pay Per Click (PPC


When an Atheist and a Spiritual Seeker Find Love

I’ve never liked the word devout. Whenever I hear it, I imagine bloody knees, bent in prayer, belonging to a person who spends more time praying about life than actually living it. Yet, it’s the only word I can think of that truly captures how I would describe my relationship with spirituality.     I had my Come to Jesus moment after a suicide attempt went awry, resulting in my life being saved. As I lay in a pool of my own blood, I felt warm, magnetic energy around me—uplifting me. That was...
Tags: Psychology, General, Relationships, Religion, Relationship, Spirituality, Middle East, Atheism, Jesus, Publishers, Spirituality & Health, Doris Day


AB5: California’s much-predicted freelancer disaster

“California’s new employment law has boomeranged and is starting to crush freelancers” [Elaine Pofeldt, CNBC] “As with many of my colleagues today, because I live in California, I was just told that I can no longer hold a paid position with SB Nation.” [Rebecca Lawson, Mavs Moneyball; Whitson Gordon thread on Twitter] “Separately, there’s some bit of irony in the fact that just a few months ago, Vox itself had a headline celebrating AB5 calling it a ‘victory for workers everywhere.’ Except, I gu...
Tags: Law, California, Uncategorized, Newspapers, San Diego, Vox, Publishers, SB Nation, Whitson Gordon, Lorena Gonzalez, Rebecca Lawson, Wage And Hour Suits, Elizabeth Nolan Brown, Mike Masnick TechDirt, Billy Binion, Elaine Pofeldt CNBC


4 Powerful Ways to Heal Old Wounds This Holiday Season

We want to experience the holidays as a joyful reminder of all the blessings we have in our lives. However, as much as we strive toward joy, the holidays can be tough for many of us. Old wounds, small and large, often arise during this time of year. During this season, it becomes even more essential that we: Love ourselves, Provide ourselves with what we need to enjoy the holidays, and Support others to love themselves and to meet their own needs. If old wounds seem to get in the way of th...
Tags: Psychology, Holidays, Self-help, Healing, Spirituality, Publishers, Indigenous, Inspiration & Hope, Holiday Coping, Spirituality & Health, Lifehelper, Wounds, Native Healing, Power of Healing


This Week in Apps: the year and decade in review, gaming acquisitions and a Facebook OS

Welcome back to This  Week in Apps, the Extra Crunch series that recaps the latest OS news, the applications they support and the money that flows through it all. The app industry  is as hot as ever, with 194 billion downloads last year and more than $100 billion in consumer spending. People spend 90% of their mobile time in apps and more time using their mobile devices than watching TV. Apps aren’t just a way to waste idle hours — they’re big business, one that often seems to change overnight...
Tags: Apple, Ios, Google, Android, TC, Mobile, Facebook, Apps, Games, Instagram, Youtube, China, Tech, Ios Apps, Developers, Snapchat


When I Felt Miserable and Worthless at Work

Imagine you’re in your early thirties, in a job you enjoy at a company you love, and you just got promoted (without lobbying for it), so you’re living a great life. All of a sudden, you’re bombarded with negative feedback from your manager. Despite previously being commended on how you demonstrate accountability, maximize relationships, and a whole host of other “leadership dimensions” there is now not one area you’re strong in, and everything you do is regarded as not good enough. You’re devas...
Tags: Psychology, General, Employment, Stress, Personal, Self-help, Anxiety, Self-esteem, Professional, Worthlessness, Publishers, Mental Health And Wellness, Anxiety And Panic, Panic, Career Stress, Tiny Buddha


Do You Ever Wake Up Depressed and Don’t Know Why? Here’s What to Do

Feeling depressed for no reason? Here’s what you should know. Depression can become a huge problem in your life, but many people may not actually recognize the signs of depression or symptoms; instead, they’ll just assume that they’re sad. But if you’re waking up depressed, or feeling depressed for no reason every day, then you may not just be sad or going through a “phase.”  9 Subtle Signs Of Depression I Was Too Depressed To Notice Wondering “Why am I depressed?” all the time might make yo...
Tags: Psychology, General, Sad, Disorders, Emptiness, Self-help, Depression, Psychiatry, Suicidal Thoughts, Seasonal Affective Disorder, Sadness, Vitamin D, Hopelessness, Publishers, Mental Health And Wellness, Yourtango


Ditch the Fake Persona and Embrace Your True Self

If you don’t know who you really are, you’ll never find happiness. Many go through life never knowing who they really are. This type of living leads to fake smiles, pseudo-dreams, and a life without purpose. In order to learn how to be happy and feel content, we must love and accept ourselves. But what ends up happening is that our true identity takes a back seat and our energies go towards creating our public, fake personas. How do we get lost? There are three pivotal points where our true...
Tags: Psychology, General, Relationships, Happiness, Relationship, Self-help, Self-esteem, Personality, Persona, Journaling, Journal, Authenticity, Publishers, Mental Health And Wellness, Yourtango, Lifehelper


Marijuana Obsession: When Family Turns Thanksgiving into Weedsgiving

Mason jars of homegrown flower, plans for a “bud and breakfast,” and a pipe named Zelda: How one family holiday opened my eyes to just how rapidly the cannabis-ation of America is rolling out. In my long-sober view, the new normal now wafting across my extended family from legal and soon-to-be legal weed states is nothing short of surreal. The U.S. is in the midst of a profound social shift. According to an October 2018 Gallup poll, 66% of Americans now support legalization of marijuana, up ...
Tags: Psychology, Family, New York, Weed, California, Marijuana, America, Alaska, New Jersey, Pot, Addiction, Recovery, Zelda, Publishers, Gallup, Bakersfield


Why Women in Recovery Must Combat the Diet Culture

Diet culture is insidious. We spend our lives obsessed with our bodies — always wishing for a smaller shape, scrutinizing the size of the portions on our plates, and unscrupulously comparing ourselves to thinner people. It’s damaging because it leads us to equate our worth with our appearance. For people in recovery, that is especially harmful. We experience physiological changes quickly — including weight gain — once we find recovery, and we can often leap to the assumption that we have a food ...
Tags: Psychology, Women, Recovery, Publishers, NEDA, National Eating Disorders Association, The Fix, Diet Culture


How to Make Time for Friendships in Your Busy Schedule

Make a real connection, no matter how busy you are! What to expect: This article will help you enjoy and benefit from investing in your friendships, even when you’re super busy ─ which you often are. Here, investment relates to creating wealth for yourself and others from what’s accessible right now. Instead of increasing bucks, you’ll receive great intangible value from making good human connections that continue contributing to your personal and professional life. In the process, you’ll h...
Tags: Psychology, Friends, Friendship, Publishers, Yourtango, Making Friends, Socrates, Zig Ziglar, Anais Nin, Facebook TikTok, Mara She


7 Ways Solo Travel Can Give You a Sense of Belonging

Last year, I set out to live one of my biggest dreams—to travel the world full time. As a writer and coach, I can work from anywhere, so I did and dedicated an entire year to seeking more joy. I thought I was traveling to check things off my bucket list and live as widely as possible. But I soon realized it was so much more than seeing the world—it was a quest for belonging. I was looking for a deeper connection and more meaning. Many of us are on a constant quest for belonging, searching fo...
Tags: Psychology, Books, France, China, Italy, Loneliness, Publishers, Solo Travel, Joy, Spirituality Health, Citadel, Ways Solo Travel, Kensington Photo, Sense Of Belonging, Element5 Digital, Shannon Kaiser


How to Stay Focused On the Search for Inner Freedom

The terms “being present” and “living in the now” have become clichés on the spiritual path and in the nondual tradition that has become increasingly popular in recent years. We speak of the power of now, the timeless moment, and that “there is only now.” In the positive thinking movement, we released sin as a stumbling block, then replaced it with the charge of negative thinking. Now our greatest put-down is the accusation of being distracted and therefore not present to what is. I am being...
Tags: Psychology, Jesus, Publishers, Spirituality & Health, Being Present, Allef Vinicius, Inner Freedom, Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj, Bob Adamson, Spirituality Health Photo