Emotions are also mistakenly seen as absolutes; as solid entities that are either good or bad, sweet or sour, painful or pleasant. But the emotions we actually feel are fusions of many different feelings. We rarely feel pure anger or happiness. Happiness might have a sad undertow, while anger might be tinged with sorrow. Grief is even more powerful, subtle, and complex. This is why it is so overwhelming. It is an amalgam of all our most powerful feelings in a distressing roiling cauldron of emotion. It is anger at the injustice, bitterness about the loss, fear for the future, regrets about the times you were less than perfect. There is loneliness, too, but also happiness at their memory, and thankfulness for their presence in your life. … [Read more...] about Should You Try To “Get Over” Grief?
Kindness can really offset stress and impact the levels of cortisol, the stress hormone, and how it acts in your body. In one study in California, people were asked to conduct random acts of kindness. Their leukocyte genes were less tuned toward inflammation. You can see purely biological effects of such things as opening doors for someone, letting someone ahead of you in traffic, buying coffee for your coworker, very simple things that not only make life more pleasurable for everyone involved but actually boost your health. That’s kind of satisfying when you think about it, that being nice makes you healthier and live longer. … [Read more...] about The Surprising Secret to Longevity
5. Be On Time To Work Your personal responsibilities should not affect work so make your morning getaway easier. Set an alarm to wake early and nurse the baby, to bath and get ready, pack your lunch and arrange milk bottles in the refrigerator. Prioritise your eating and sleeping time to relax yourself and enjoy work. Show a lot of care to the baby when you are to leave and return home . … [Read more...] about World Breastfeeding Week 2020: 5 Breastfeeding Tips For Working Mothers
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There is no need to go on a special diet while breastfeeding your baby. You just have to take care that you consume extra calories which is needed for milk production and eat foods which are less spicy. Avoiding spicy food is important because whatever you eat has a direct impact on your milk which can make it difficult for your baby to digest. … [Read more...] about World Breastfeeding Week 2019: Foods To Eat While Breastfeeding