Month: September 2013

September 30, 2013 Jason No comments exist

You know what Martin Seligman says about living the pleasurable, engaged or meaningful life? All three confer happiness but the latter two also provide wellbeing, which as many of us know is a higher-order, more sustainable form of happy. Sometimes, though, when engagement or meaning seem so challenging to pin down, we just need to…

September 28, 2013 Jason No comments exist

Age regression is a hypnotherapeutic method for clients to retrieve memories of past events that explain certain behaviors, emotions and beliefs that they have today. Disorders, addictions, phobias, fears, anxieties and dysfunction in interpersonal relationships can be addressed, and frequently resolved, with age regression therapy, according to the Wellness Institute of the Americas (n.d., para….

September 3, 2013 Jason No comments exist

Being busy can feel glamorous. Entrepreneurs love being busy and seen going places, and breathlessly working (perhaps because it signals success). Stay-at-home parents haven’t any time for rest, what with the spouse, the kids, the pets and everyone else’s needs. Employees in developing economies appear busier than their counterparts in more developed cities. One reason…