Could 'Shinrin-Yoku' be the mind-clearing practice you need?
Right after I was diagnosed with cancer, a friend of mine told me that she knew that I would defeat cancer because I was too arrogant to let this illness get the best out of me, that I would not admit weakness or defeat. She was right in many respects.
There were times when it was difficult to watch and not interfere. Once, she was late because of us, her parents, faffing around. No excuses, she had to run a barrage of 20 students punching her. Till this day, I have not heard my daughter using excuses or blaming others once when things go wrong
'Did I do something wrong?'
When people say they suffer with anxiety it can be difficult for other people to truly understand what that means. The NHS
'I just cry like a baby.'
They say boys don’t cry, but we all know that is far from the truth. Even though it is 2016, there is still a social stigma
The 'fountain of youth' is a con.
It seems the ‘fountain of youth’ might not be the key to happiness after all. A new study revealed that the older we get
Parents play a key role in helping to cope with life's challenges