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Journal EntryStrategies to impact your well-being: Week #1
A recent study examined eight different strategies for processing emotions and how they were linked to positive emotions and life satisfaction.
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Journal EntryStrategies to impact your well-being: Week #2
A recent study examined eight different strategies for processing emotions and how they were linked to positive emotions and life satisfaction.
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Journal EntryStrategies to impact your well-being: Week #4
A recent study examined eight different strategies for processing emotions and how they were linked to positive emotions and life satisfaction.
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Journal Entry D source codeBuyer beware! “Brain games” questioned
Many commercial “brain exercise” products claim to improve overall cognitive performance, but a large study shows this may not be the case.
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Journal EntryTBI Pocket Guide from DCoE
Traumatic brain injury can be a serious invisible injury. The DCoE provides helpful information about symptoms and treatment.
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Journal EntryDon’t let anger control you
Mad at your spouse, your kids, a friend? It’s okay, but you also need to know how to manage that anger so it doesn’t damage your relationships.
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Journal EntryEnjoying the ordinary
“Count your blessings” isn’t just a saying—it’s a good way to reduce stress and take your mind off the negatives in life. Take a look around for the things in your everyday life that you can be thankful for and take a moment to appreciate them.
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Journal EntryReframe your thoughts for peak performance
Interpreting things for the worse can really hold you back. Learn how to limit this habit so you can achieve optimum performance.
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Journal EntryMeditation has a lasting effect on emotions
Need another reason to meditate? Integrating meditation into your daily routine may benefit how you process your emotions in the long term.
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Journal EntryMake the grass greener on your own side of the fence!
"The grass is greenest where it is watered. When crossing over fences, carry water with you and tend the grass wherever you may be."-Robert Fulghum, author & essayist
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