Doodling, drawing, and coloring increase blood flow to the prefrontal cortex, a brain region link to reward perception, Drexel University reports. The result: you feel a sense of pleasure within minutes. For the biggest lift, doodle. " Coloring in shapes or drawing a picture may calm you, but it also has the expectation of a … Continue reading 3 Minutes To Happy
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After a hurricane, picking up the emotional pieces can be just as tough as surviving the storm itself. FROM THE WEBMD ARCHIVES Last year's Gulf Coast hurricanes are a ruthless reminder of nature's power. Every year, the names change, but the devastation doesn't. Although hurricanes come and go, the destruction they often leave behind can … Continue reading Hope and Hurricanes: Emotional Survival Tips
“On a deeper level you are already complete. When you realize that, there is a playful, joyous energy behind what you do.” ~Eckhart Tolle We have this strange need or conditioning to not take responsibility for our own happiness. We expect it to come from an outside source. It can happen, but it’s fleeting. True happiness has to come from within.