I want to talk about anger. It’s a common human emotion – a burning sensation that seems to rise up from your stomach into the back of your throat. The day I learned to feel the emotion and then let it go it changed my life.
According to Murali Doraiswamy, a professor of psychiatry at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, “If you train yourself to breathe a little bit slower it can have long-term health benefits” including “potentially decreasing inflammation, improving heart health, boosting your immune system and maybe even improving longevity.”
Some people struggle to get themselves motivated in general, and for others there may be certain things that trigger that sluggishness – We have 5 ideas to get you motivated, be more productive, and ultimately feel great.
So, you want to become you the best version of yourself and you know that keeping a journal is a step in the right direction. You know that daily gratitude, motivation and reflection are all helpful to achieve success. But do you really know why?