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Author: Tommy Zimmer

Four Ways to Cope After Your Child’s Death

“The death of a child is one of the most painful events that an adult can experience and is linked to complicated/traumatic grief reactions,” writes Catherine H. Rogers and others. If your child has died, the grief you have experienced is incredibly painful and not something any person should have to endure. What becomes obvious, however, is the need to fight this pain. You eventually need to live your life and do not want to focus your entire life on something so tragic. One of your goals might be to move your life forward and remember your child fondly....

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A Guilty Conscience Can Hurt You Physically and Mentally

“There’s no problem so awful, that you can’t add some guilt to it and make it even worse.” This line is from Bill Watterson’s beloved comic strip, Calvin and Hobbes. Although meant to be funny, there is some truth to this statement. Nobody likes having a guilty conscience. It can be one of the most challenging things in your life. You might want to consider how to end this predicament. One way people resolve their guilty consciences is by looking toward righting the wrongs. Sometimes, people seek to rectify wrongs even when they have not created such wrongs themselves. But...

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4 Ways to Reduce Your Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, over five million Americans battle Alzheimer’s each day. The Association believes the number could grow to sixteen million by 2050. Even scarier is that one in three seniors passes away with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia. This year, alone, Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia will have a $259 billion estimated price tag for the United States. These costs could increase to $1.1 trillion by 2050. With one in ten people, sixty-five years or older battling Alzheimer’s, one question becomes whether or not there are ways to prevent this from ever happening in...

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Four Ways Movies Can Relieve Stress

During the work week, you might encounter all sorts of different stressors. Such anxieties can lead someone down the path of addiction. Making sure your loved ones do not become overwhelmed could be one of the best deeds you do during National recovery Month. Nothing is straightforward in today’s world. You may have big projects or evaluations that might be weighing on your mind. Even after work, you still need to complete the other functions of your day. This might be anything from running errands to having a social life. Functioning successfully could depend on your ability to manage...

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Does Television Hurt or Help Your Brain?

In a 2013 study conducted by Tohoku University, neuroscientist Hikaru Takeuchi and other researchers found that the brains of more than 200 children between the ages of five and eighteen had lower verbal IQ scores because of the thickness of a number areas of their brains, including the septum, hypothalamus, visual cortex, and the sensorimotor area. Such areas are responsible for vision, arousal, aggression, and emotional responses. The thickening of the frontal lobe region (frontopolar cortex) can lead to the decline of verbal IQ scores that showcase language and vocabulary skills. Watching television could affect one’s eyesight, which in...

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