Breathing Happy Author

Breathing Happy Author

Benefits of Small Group Exercising

Physical fitness is undoubtedly one of the most important concerns for many, especially considering the rampant and overt obesity problem in the United States. People of all ages should be working to improve their physical and mental health by staying as active as possible. Exercising in small groups can be very beneficial to anyone for a number of different reasons.  Read more

The Power of the Walk

Last year, one of my college roommates told me that her parents started walking the neighborhood regularly and that they both ended up losing 10-20 lbs. Everyone’s body is different and will react differently to different amounts of exercise and other life changes, and who knows, maybe they were seriously dieting as well. However, I love walking anyway, so it doesn’t really matter to me exactly how much weight they lost. Read more

Work Harder, Be Happier

This past year was my first year in the “real world” – as people call it. In the past 10 months, I graduated from college, started my first full time job, moved to a new city, got married, bought my first house, (and therefore moved again) and began the process to adopt a puppy. So, I feel like I was/have been pretty busy! However, I still don’t feel all that busy. I get to spend more time with my husband now than I ever had before. Read more

How To React To Crisis Situations

When things go wrong in life, it’s easy to feel despair and become despondent. The truth is, a turn of events can come along and just knock us so hard we feel like giving up. Read more

Coping With The Stress Of Being A Parent

Seeing your children happy and cared for is the most rewarding feeling a parent can have.

In the society we live in, our smile of satisfaction involves sacrifice and some of the time stress. As children get older, there seems to be more to worry about. What school they’ll attend, the cost of looking after their day to day expenses, and perhaps further education concerns. Read more

Can Music Help Your Mental Health?

 

Listening to some Leonard Cohen in a darkened room might not be the most uplifting experience and certainly there are times in our lives when we want to withdraw and listen to music that might be described as melancholy or depressing. There is evidence however that on the whole listening to music is an uplifting experience and in many instances it can be something that has a positive impact on our health and well-being. Read more

6 Tips To Beat Stress

Unfortunately, in a busy world stress is normal. Sometimes it can give us that extra boost we need to close that vital deal, meet a deadline or go the extra mile. In small doses, stress is actually good for you. Too much stress, on the other hand, can exacerbate conditions like diabetes, depression, obesity, heart disease and asthma. Read more

Knowing the Love You Really Deserve

In finding the love that you want, it is important to develop the ability to receive not only love, but also support and help from other people. You need to realize that giving love to other people is necessary, yet accepting love from others is also as crucial. Read more