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Here are the top ten articles for the Stress Management Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Risk-free Valentine’s Day Gift Giving
Here is an elegantly simple solution tapping into the heartfelt theme of the day: Collaborate and buy/make one gift for the two of you as a couple!
2. Will the New Barbie Improve Female Body Image?
Mattel has redesigned the Barbie doll with bigger hips and thicker thighs. After years of declining sales this new generation of Barbie dolls might address the emotional issues of the unrealistic body image. Or is this too simplistic? Here’s how to improve body image:
3. 4 Ways Snow Is a Great Stress-Reliever
With the first major snow storm of the season about to hit many people are stressed out. So while people plan to dig in at home and then dig out, be aware of the many healthy positives about all that scary snow.
4. The Healthy Habits of People Who Never Get Sick
Do you know someone who never gets sick? When you question a random sample of never-get-sick people, a few basic similarities emerge:
5. A Woman’s Most Valuable Attraction Factor
If you have spent a great deal of money on cosmetics – procedures or beauty products – you might want to reconsider. In the course of the female effort to achieve a gender equal society men have drastically changed. Here’s what men want:
6. Donating Feminine Hygiene Products for the Poor?
Did you know that the most requested item other than food in shelters and pantries nationwide are feminine hygiene products for teen girls and women? While food donations are actively called for, who would have thought of donating feminine hygiene products? A man of course!
7. What Your Chit-Chat Says About You
Conversation is more than an art. The spoken word can convey confidence, power and authenticity. Wouldn’t you like to reduce the stress of a courageous conversation and know how you really appear to others?
8. The Surprising Saboteur of Resolutions
Resolving to be better is fueled by confidence. If you are changing habits because of social criticism or self-criticism, the journey will be fraught with anger and each step gets harder when you are weighed down by negativity. However, what if you approached a desired change with a personal delight
9. The Clique Factor – How to Cope with Exclusion
We all know about school cliques and how painful they can be to children. However, many of us don’t realize the power cliques wield in our adult lives. Here is how adults can move past feelings of exclusion.
10. Home for Xmas? How to Detect Alzheimer’s
Coming home for the holidays can be bittersweet. Older relatives you adore could have become more forgetful in your absence. Ordinary conversation can provide important clues to the workings of the mind. How to assess:
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