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Journal Entry text/texmacsTrapped by your thoughts?
The way we think often impacts what we do. This is particularly true in relationships.
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Journal EntryWhy forgiveness helps the forgiver
Forgiveness helps both the forgiven and the forgiver. Learn more about how to forgive.
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Journal EntryCan meditation boost your immune system?
Meditation may improve your immune system, help you feel better, and help you use fewer sick days.
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Journal Entry Troff documentGet good: Practice like you mean it.
There’s no easy path to becoming skilled in work or play. You need deliberate practice to consistently perform your best.
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Journal EntryGot pain on your brain?
Pain is not just in your head, but your head plays a role. Holistic treatment that also addresses your mind may be your best bet in facing pain.
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Journal EntryThe battle with eating disorders
May is Mental Health Month. Eating disorders are nutrition-related mental health conditions with serious consequences for a service member, spouse, child, or an entire family.
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Journal Entry D source codeStressed out? It isn’t all in your head.
The mind-body connection is incredibly powerful. Learn more about how this two-way interaction can work for and against you.
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Journal Entry image/x-jgListen to your heart
With special equipment, you can manage your emotional stress as well as the timing and intensity of your physical training.
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Journal EntryWarm up and calm down with a jingle
Did you know that your skin temperature changes, with changes in blood flow, because of stress? Learn to raise your skin temperature and enjoy positive emotions.
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Journal EntryWill nootropics help my brain?
If you’re looking for cognitive enhancers or “smart drugs,” you may want to think twice. Here’s the latest OPSS FAQ.
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