Sagittarius (22 November- 21 December) This transit will bring a challenging phase for people belonging to this zodiac sign. You may incur some losses and problems. This may result in some insecurity regarding finances. You may get into some legal issues due to which you may not have metal peace and comfort. Your enemies may try to disturb you additionally. They may try to bring you down by creating some hurdles in your way. You may also have a tiff with your in-laws. It is better that you avoid any kind of argument. … [Read more...] about Sun Transit In Cancer 2020: How It Will Affect Your Zodiac Sign
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Among the anticipated and dreaded effects of being shut in for weeks and weeks was the inevitable appearance of gray roots as growing hair revealed its current natural color. As one of my neighbors said, she wished she could have a mask for her head. She took to wearing hats even when it was cloudy, and attempted to cover her gray with ‘do-it-yourself’ kits from her local pharmacy. For others who thought the decision to color their hair was a decision they believed was several years in their future, gray strands suddenly appeared like the profusion of dandelions after a rainstorm. Was the gray there all along and discovered because of the new necessity of fussing with uncut, unkempt hair? Or were the new gray strands perhaps a consequence of the unrelenting stress of the pandemic? … [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
5. Offer concrete support. In a depressive episode, even the most capable person can struggle with what could otherwise seem a simple task (like calling a doctor, booking an appointment, and getting to that appointment on time). Someone struggling with depression may not know to answer a broad question like, “How can I help?” Instead, offer specific concrete support such as: Can I just sit here with you quietly? Can I drive you to your doctor’s appointment and wait outside? Would you like to go for a walk? … [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?