Taurus (20 May- 20 May) For people born under this zodiac sign, the transit may seem to be fruitful as it will be affecting third in the house of your horoscope. The third house is all about energy, positivity, siblings and courage. If you have been looking forward to a promotion and hike in your salary, then you will receive good news. You will be focusing on your work more than before and will also get appreciation from your seniors at work. More importantly, you will embrace challenges and step out of your comfort zone as well. … [Read more...] about Sun Transit In Cancer 2020: How It Will Affect Your Zodiac Sign
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The irreversible effect of the stress was unanticipated by the scientists. Most of us who have not escaped the almost inevitable stresses of adult life know that it has a detrimental effect on our bodies, as well as on our emotional and cognitive states. Indeed, many rituals surrounding the mourner are based on the inability of someone who has experienced the death of a close family member to be able to function until some time has passed. And the effect of stress on a family caretaker, especially when the care extends for months or years, has been well defined. Moreover, many of us believe that when the stress relents or disappears, good nutrition, exercise, sleep, and perhaps relaxation and meditation will restore our bodies and minds to their former, unstressed state. … [Read more...] about Is Suddenly Graying Hair a Sign of Chronic Stress?
These rules have become second nature to us, but they aren’t timeless. The concept of primary colors only emerged in the eighteenth century, and the idea of warm colors developed in the nineteenth. In other words, these rules are the product of a particular historical era. And in that era, people were highly concerned about the “anarchy” of color. … [Read more...] about There’s Nothing Neutral about Neutral Colors
7. Express care AND concern. People with depression feel pretty badly about themselves. It is helpful to remind them that you love and respect them. Also, it’s ok to share your concerns. Often, what encourages people to therapy for the first time isn’t their own intrinsic desire, but the concern of loved ones. It’s okay to say something like, “I love you, and understand that you can’t get out of bed. I am also concerned that if you don’t get help now, you will lose your job, which is going to make things much worse. Our family needs you. We want you to get help.” … [Read more...] about When Your “Person” Has Depression
Kiss As A Stress Buster Blood vessels are expanded when you kiss, thus lowering your blood pressure levels. This being one of the best reasons why a person with high blood pressure issues should consider kissing more often. Kissing has also been associated with lowering stress hormones in the human body. Kissing decreases the cortisol stress hormone to a great extent. So, for people feeling extremely stressed, feel free to choose kissing over an antidepressant pill. … [Read more...] about Kissing On Lips: Do You Know About These Benefits?