The drive to emotionally attach — to find someone to whom we can turn and say "Hold me tight" — is wired into our genes and our bodies. We need emotional attachments with a few irreplaceable others to be physically and mental healthy — to survive.
Susan Johnson, Ph.D., author of Hold Me Tight
BOOKS & MOVIES
Do you wish your loved one would just sit down and talk to you?
Are the endless arguments and stress and silence unbearable?
What if life was more than just winning and losing?
There's a crack in everything.
That's how the light gets in.
STRESS & ANXIETY
The unpleasant symptoms of anxiety fall into three typical clusters:
- the physical arousal of panic;
- the "wired" feelings of being "stressed out"; and
- the mental anguish of worry and distressing thoughts.
Margaret Wehrenberg, Psy.D.
It's time to thrive, not just survive. It's time to put yourself at the top of the list. Learn how to re-connect with your loved ones and pursue your life with joy and vitality.
Do one small thing every day out of generosity. Just one. Don't tell anyone about it. Just do it. For 30 days.
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It's easy to put people in boxes.
There's us, and there's them.
Or is there?
ALCOHOLISM, ADDICTIONS & RELAPSE