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Stress

How Anger Manifests Itself & What To Do About It

Posted by:   |  Feb 25, 2013

“Negative” emotions are physiological response to a need that is not met or unrealized expectations. In particular an anger feeling is a basic physiological response to a threat (real or imagined). When you are threatened, your heart bits pace increased and adrenaline and cortisol flood your body, the blood is rushed out to the arms […]...  Read more

Anger Management, Meditation and Buddhism

Posted by:   |  Sep 09, 2012

Anger management or better said a healthy anger management is one of the most important qualities any human being can have. Anger management is essential to lead peaceful and happy lives. As such, Buddhism places great emphasis on dealing with anger in order to experience peaceful life and happiness. Once you manage your anger, or […]...  Read more

Managing Excessive Worry

Posted by:   |  Nov 06, 2010

Montaigne: “My life has been full of terrible misfortunes, most of which never happened.” The above statement by Montaigne (a French philosopher) illustrates the power of the mind on our life, or more specifically, the negative power of our worried mind that has nothing to do with reality. Excessive worry is exhausting, tiring and have […]...  Read more

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