Common Causes for Anger Management Issues

Anger is an emotion that children learn to feel within a few months of being born. The emotion itself is a healthy and natural expression of certain experiences. Anger becomes a problem when it becomes out of control and when it hurts people emotionally or even physically. People mistakenly believe …

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South Asian Emotion: 4 Reasons to Control Your Anger

Anger is a basic emotion that emerges around 3 to 4 months of infancy. Evolutionarily, anger is meant to protect us from harm as it signals danger or an imminent threat to our well-being or safety. Feeling anger when you are mistreated, wronged or feel threatened is perfectly normal and …

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The Many Faces of Depression

Rajani’s headaches would not go away. Her doctor prescribed her medications, though Rajani wanted to beat the headaches naturally. She tried everything: sleeping earlier, eating healthier, exercising more, getting massages and even watching less TV. There was nothing that helped. Her doctor also could not pinpoint a single physical cause …

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South Asian Emotion: 6 Tips if You Feel Overwhelmed

Shefali, a housewife and mother of 2 children under the age of 5, looked like a deer in headlights. Her mind was racing, she couldn’t catch her breath and she wanted to cry but felt she had no time to do so. She knew she had a hundred things to …

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Banana

February’s food of the month is: banana! Named for the Arabic word for finger, bananas have countless physical and mental health benefits. They help reduce stress, manage anxiety and maintain a stable mood in addition to improving sexual health. Learn about the amazing banana and start incorporating them into your …

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