1. Stay informed about hepatitis If you have been diagnosed with hepatitis, it is important to be educated about your condition. Researchers are always conducting studies and bringing out new discoveries, so it is important that you stay informed about what new breakthroughs have come in the treatment of hepatitis. Do some research on the type of hepatitis you have and also ask your doctor about it so that you can learn more about your condition and can help yourself manage your hepatitis symptoms. … [Read more...] about 8 Ways To Live A Quality Life With Hepatitis
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The antidote: Samantha searches for evidence that she is indeed athletic, breaks goals down into manageable micro-action steps (running a half mile without stopping), offers herself tons of high fives, and proudly shares her continuous effort and progress with family and friends. She also remains vigilant for those limiting beliefs, shifting them into positive self-affirmations by both faking it until she becomes it and with consistent I can, I will statements. Eventually, Samantha starts to believe it and become it, successfully completing her first 5K race. … [Read more...] about 3 Barriers That May Be Getting in the Way of Your Dreams
Visiting and communicating with family. Screens and technology are a great way to communicate with those you love. Sharing photos, sending texts, and creating family blogs are simple ways to share with family. FaceTime, Skype, and other video chat are amazing tools for the elderly. My mother, who is in a nursing home, is ecstatic when she gets an opportunity to see, interact, and talk to her grandchildren and great-granddaughter via FaceTime. Exploring and learning about the world. Most families cannot take long vacations to explore other countries, but visits via screens can foster a love of travel. Watching movies about other parts of the world, playing video games set in different countries, or checking out websites that provide experiences from a place you’d like to visit are all great ways for kids to explore their world. Developing interests. Who knew that your child wanted to be a chemist when she first started watching YouTube videos about making slime? Kids … [Read more...] about 5 Ways Kids Need Screens If You’re Not a Silicon Valley Exec
Zoom interactions create unique opportunities for social anxiety to slither a path into our brains. Social anxiety is essentially fear of judgement and embarrassment, and with Zoom, that can happen in novel ways. Something can go awry in the connection process, and we worry we will be judged as Luddites. Our webcam might accidentally show a television in the background playing our favorite Korean drama, Boys Over Flowers, and we might fear the mockery of closed-minded Americans who don’t appreciate the finest multimedia art since Citizen Kane. … [Read more...] about 3 Tips to Manage Zoom Anxiety
Place chickpeas in a saucepan over medium heat. Add water and the seasoning (paprika and cumin). Cook and stir until thoroughly heated, 5 to 7 minutes. Remove from heat and mash mixture to crush chickpeas. Add the chopped cilantro, lemon juice and mix well. Add a pinch of salt and pepper powder. Divide chickpea filling evenly among taco shells. Then, add the pumpkin and tomato and top with cilantro before biting into your healthy taco. Note: You can add any meat of your choosing. … [Read more...] about Taco Tuesday: 16 Fun Toppings And Recipes To Make Your Tacos Healthy And Tasty!