Tag: emotions

How Emotionally Healthy Are You?

One of assessing how emotionally damaged we might be is to identify a range of markers of emotional health and imagine how we fare in relation to them. At least four central themes suggest themselves. Firstly Self-Love. Self-love is the quality that determines how much we can be friends with ourselves and, day to day,…


How to get healthy without dieting | Darya Rose | TEDxSalem

Translator: Zsófia Herczeg Reviewer: Tanya Cushman I started my first diet when I was eleven years old, sixth grade. I wasn’t overweight or anything close to it, but I came into the kitchen before school one morning, and my mom was making herself a chocolate milkshake for breakfast. If you can remember being eleven, you…


Healthy Digestion – Not What, But How? | Courtney Jackson | TEDxMontrealWomen

Translator: Zsófia Herczeg Reviewer: Rhonda Jacobs Raise your hand if you’ve ever eaten while driving your car. (Laughter) How about while binge-watching your favorite TV show? (Laughter) Or while working at your desk? (Laughter) Mm-hmm. So I’ve done all of this in just the past few days, and from a show of hands, it looks…


The difference between healthy and unhealthy love | Katie Hood

So when you think about a child, a close friend, or a romantic partner, the word “love” probably comes to mind, and instantly other emotions rush in: joy and hope, excitement, trust and security, and yes, sometimes sadness and disappointment. There might not be a word in the dictionary that more of us are connected…


Why we get mad — and why it’s healthy | Ryan Martin

Alright, so I want you to imagine that you get a text from a friend, and it reads … “You will NOT believe what just happened. I’m SO MAD right now!” So you do the dutiful thing as a friend, and you ask for details. And they tell you a story about what happened to…


What Is an Emotionally-healthy Childhood?

We can sometimes be so modest about our power to know what might be good for others or ourselves, we forget it might be possible to hazard a few generalisations about what constitutes an emotionally healthy childhood. It can’t be pure idiosyncracy or good luck; there are distinct themes and goals to identify. With a…


Alfred & Shadow – A short story about emotions (education psychology health animation)

Emotions are often feared and avoided, because they are so painful. So, why focus on emotions? Because emotions give you important information. And tell you whether things are going your way. Emotions help you to survive. By providing an efficient, automatic way of respondingrapidly to important situations. Emotions help you to relate to other people…


Emotion, Stress, and Health: Crash Course Psychology #26

Did you know that astronauts in space have a hard time communicating without words because their weightless bodily fluids make their faces all puffy and hard to read? Have you heard that Botox can actually improve your mood, and not by smoothing wrinkles but actually by easing depression? Or that this “come here” gesture is…


Parenting Tips for Healthy Kids : Healthy Snacks for Kids

One of the healthiest eating patterns for children is something called grazing and basically what grazing means is that in between the regular breakfast, lunch, and dinner, it is essential that children have things that they can snack on. You want those snacks to be mainly healthy snacks. You want to make sure that you’re…