Author Archives: WIP

What Does Your Watch Say About You?

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Tons of research show that an individual’s personality is often linked to how he or she perceives time. Yes, time matters. Personality traits such as orderliness, awareness, emotional stability, and diligence are often associated with people who value time.  Continue reading

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How to Start the Conversation about End-of-Life Planning

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For Western families, talking about end-of-life planning is always delicate. It is a difficult topic for most, but it doesn’t have to be uncomfortable. Every one meets their end eventually, but preparations for it can be an open, productive conversation. It might be hard to bring it up to your parents, you don’t always know how they will respond, but it is necessary for everyone involved. Communication is key, and there are ways to make the topic less-stressful and uncomfortable. Here is what you can do to get the conversation started.  Continue reading

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Anxiety: Contributing Factors and Symptoms

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Anxiety is a psychological state, wherein a person experiences uneasiness or discomfort due to perceived or expected threat or danger. Different people may experience varying degrees of anxiety. Anxiety is a part of everyday life and is a normal psychological reaction to stress. However, chronic anxiety often has adverse effects on a person’s long-term physical and mental state. Continue reading

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Is Your Erectile Dysfunction Psychological?

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Erectile dysfunction is the difficulty or inability to get an erection. Many men experience ED at some stage in their lives, and it can often be due to stress. However, frequent impotence may be a sign of an underlying problem that needs to be addressed and treated. Most often, ED can be a sign of emotional or psychological issues that require professional attention. Continue reading

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