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url 2019-04-24 12:04
Yoga for Stress, Anxiety and Depression

Try these yoga techniques to fight with stress, anxiety and depression


Not surprisingly, Yoga, meditation and mindfulness activities are among the sure shot ways to control problems of anxiety and depression. Apart from fighting diseases like Anxiety and depression, yoga can also help to overcome stress, increasing the positive energy throughout the body, and improves serotonin level inside our body. Yoga being a reliever in mental problems can be a good and effective technique to fight depression.

Source: www.rishikeshyogsansthan.com/blog/yoga-for-depression/yoga-for-stress-anxiety-and-depression
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url 2019-03-30 07:06
Depression Help

Depression counselling will help you to deal with the illness such as grief, sorrow, isolation and other related problems. Counselling provides you techniques to express and channelize negative emotions in a productive manner and also help you to increase positive mood. Visit betterlyf to know more. 

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review 2016-05-23 02:36
"Cat Pictures Please" by Naomi Kritzer

A short story about a benevolent AI (Google?) who tries to help people who have posted good cat pictures. (And why not? After all, the Internet runs on cat pictures.)


It's always nice to find another "benevolent AI" story, although I winced at the idea of arranging things so that

the gay pastor would be outed for his own good.

(spoiler show)

And Bethany's rapidly worsening situation made me feel a little panicky.


This is terribly obvious, but I can't resist: Don't be evil, Google.

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review 2016-04-30 07:00
An Englishwoman's Depths of Misery in 1930s Paris: Good Morning, Midnight by Jean Rhys
Good Morning, Midnight - Jean Rhys

When I picked this slim novel by Jean Rhys, I thought that it would take me to England because she is an English writer, but as it turned out already on the first page I was completely mistaken!


Good Morning, Midnight is the sad (according to many: depressing, even repulsive) story of an Englishwoman called Sasha living in Paris. She has no job, no future and she lost her baby. Altogether the world seems to have nothing to offer to her but misery. She feels terribly lonely and hopeless. In other words she belongs to the helpless and resigned who slip into depression and drown their pain in alcohol – like the author did. In fact, there's very much of Jean Rhys herself shining though the lines.


It's true that Good Morning, Midnight isn't a cheerful read, but the novel is excellently written, deep and thought-provoking which is why I liked it. I talked about the book at length on my main book blog Edith's Miscellany and I invite you to read my review there. To go directly to the post click here: I hope that you'll like what you'll find!

Source: edith-lagraziana.blogspot.com
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url 2015-09-18 11:56
Effortless Healing: The Easiest Way To Make Your Mind Resolve All Of Its Problems In Itself

In this Effortless Healing book, you will learn the ways to remove negative thoughts from your mind and the benefits of doing this. We are also discussing about effortless breathing techniques that will help you heal mental stress and help you feel the gap between your thoughts to improve your mind clarity. This amazing Effortless Healing book is going FREE for 09/17/2015 to 09/19/2015 on Amazon. You can download this book here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B010NYA35O

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