It is so easy to find gloom and doom stories around the web, but try to find positive and cheerful news, I dare you, it takes a long time. But it’s worth the effort!
I found this GREAT contest about kindness and compassion picture taking contest. If you don’t need the cash you can donate it later. After all, competing and sharing awesome photos that show kindness, love, and tender care is what the world needs now…it is what WE all NEED now!
I hope you enjoy it and love it. Be cheerful today. Remember: living in the “here and now” with love, compassion and happiness is all we need, for each one of us can live strong and forever 💪💖😉
Research has shown that viewing images of peace, kindness, and compassion has a dramatic impact on a person’s happiness and wellbeing – and that’s why photographers from all over the world are now being asked to share their kindest photos.
Every day, people are exposed to negative images, stories, and experiences,” says David Fryburg, founder of Envision Kindness. “We know that this exposure is stressful to the viewer—it causes anger, anxiety, depression, and can affect behavior, disconnecting people from one another.
“To help counterbalance the negative, let’s share diverse, positive images. We know that these images have great power to bring out joy, gratitude, optimism, love, and compassion.”
The human body never ceases to amaze me. The more I learn, the more I wonder, the more questions have to be asked and more research to do. I just adore the human body: its physiology, chemistry, pharmacodynamics, anatomy, biology.
Studying medicine is never-ending and has always been an honor and a scientific privilege from which I am deeply humbled.
The symptoms of a panic attack and a heart attack can be very similar, making it difficult to tell the difference.
If someone thinks they may be having a heart attack, they should seek emergency medical attention.
Having a heart attack also can cause someone to panic, which may make the situation more confusing.
Quite often we don’t recognize the brilliant and brave labor that the cleaning personal does in hospitals, clinics, medical offices, in the middle of the Covid-19 Pandemic. They have also been in the front line in the fight against the coronavirus.
Today I want to congratulate them all, in all countries of the world for their valor and love for their work. I want to say thank you from the bottom of my heart. Thank you for being great warriors everyday, ready to help us, doctors, nurses and patients. Your help has been so valuable and appreciated. I wish you the best to you and your families, peace, love and over all: health.
DR. CASTRO’S MEDICAL TEAM AT YOUR SERVICE
The area of our brain that deals with the anticipation of gratifications (laziness is part of it) is very large. Therefore identify how much the effort will be worth based on the gratification we imagine we will get before moving to overcome your laziness.
If you understand the prize, your motivation will increase. How to do:
1) Expect to win the battle against your will to do nothing a priori.
2) Break up the difficult objective into many easy micro-objectives.
3) Focus on the benefits that the action you need to take will bring you.
4) Anticipate the benefits that would bring you to reach the goal. Write these things down on a piece of paper and put it next to your bed. Read the list every night and reread it again before getting up in the morning.
5) Create obstacles that prevent you from doing the wrong things
6) Mentally visualize yourself behaving just the way you would like them to act.
“Even bullets fear the brave” —This is a perfect saying to define what this 4 year old girl Mia, from Queensland Australia, who is a quadruple amputee, is doing already with her precious life.
The courage and fortitude she has is an example of bravery, valor and love to live. Her fearlessness should be an example for all of us. Given a chance, children are the most amazing creatures on the planet.
Take care of your body: Remember that the best medicine is education and prevention—DrMACN
Anger can be well directed and handled in a way that is productive not destructive. Anger can be a challenging emotion to work through. Sometimes our anger can be frightening. Or, maybe we consider it inappropriate to even feel this way at all.
When anger is misdirected, it often leads to poor choices, damaged relationships, and even violence.
So this is what is really going on in the brain and body when anger is triggered:
The outburst with fill negative energy has a direct impact on our health. Because of anger, our immune system deteriorates, chances of heart attack increase, we even might get a mental stroke, or even go into depression.
It impacts our lungs, also and ultimately it reduces our life span. Anger has a very bad impact on our health and others health who are facing our anger.