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Tag Archives: stress reduction

How To Become A Positive Momentum Self-Talker

MoHow  Posted By  Dr. MO  Over the past year a growing number of subscribers to my blog have been sending me stories and articles to post and share. I greatly appreciate this and ask you to continue. Today I am sharing one of these stories that was sent to me by Glen Baxter of Albuquerque, […]

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6 Ways To Improve Your Decision-Making

  MoHow   Posted By   Dr. MO  Do you ever have problems making decisions? Problems reaching decisions when you are doing something on your own, or difficulties in situations that involve others in the decision-making process? Does your indecision sometimes cause you to lose momentum? If you answered in the affirmative, you are certainly not alone. […]

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7 Ways To Develop An Attitude Of Gratitude And Improve Your Life

MoHow   Posted By   Joel Simms    It’s amazing how some simple, easy, positive actions can improve life. Saying “Thank You” and being grateful are two examples that have enormous power. In fact, they have the power to change your life in the most profound way. My wife taught me to be grateful beginning on the first […]

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10 Simple Steps To Develop More Patience In Your Life

MoHow   Posted By   Joel Simms   Over the years I have been asked many times by many people how I remain calm and patient in situations where others become agitated, frightened, frustrated and angry. My answer has been, “I have learned to be patient by learning a range of skills that anyone can acquire if they […]

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10 Ways to Become More Resilient

MoHow   Posted By   Joel Simms   Do you have the ability to overcome setbacks and bounce back? If you do, you are very rare. This ability is called Resilience.  Experts in the field tell us that people with Resilience have a greater sense of control over their lives,  are happier, are more likely to develop and […]

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How To Feel Better By Learning To “Ride The Wave Called Life” (Part Two)

MoHow   Posted By   Dr. MO  As I mentioned yesterday, no matter how much organization we create in our lives, there will always be things that we cannot control, and if we let them, these things can be a huge source of anger, frustration and stress. The simple solution, that leads to increased well-being, is learning […]

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How To Feel Better By Learning To “Ride The Wave Called Life”

MoHow   Posted By   Dr. MO  No matter how much organization we create in our lives, there will always be things that we cannot control, and if we let them, these things can be a huge source of anger, frustration and stress. The simple solution, that leads to increased well-being, is learning how to Ride The […]

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12 Ways To Create Positive Momentum When You Feel Lousy (Part Two)

MoHow   Posted By:   Dr. MO   As I mentioned in Part One of this post, all of us feel low and unmotivated at times. And, sometimes we may in fact feel so crumby that even thinking about feeling better seems impossible.. The truth is,  it’s not hopeless. We can restart our momentum with some small steps […]

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12 Natural Ways To Improve Your Mental Health

MoHow   Posted By   Dr. MO   The world of stresses, worries, and noise that we live in often results in a mind filled with chatter and a life of chaos, a life where we cannot find the calm and positivity that we so want and need. If this situation applies to you, and you want to […]

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How To Develop Mindfulness (Part Two)

MoHow   Posted By   Dr. MO   Yesterday I wrote about developing mindfulness and provided 5 ideas and skills  I’ve been learning, and practicing, to help me be more mindful. Today I am sharing 5 more. If you read yesterdays post you may want to skip the introductory paragraphs and go directly to the 5 new ideas […]

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