3 Little Tricks to Deal With People Who Offend You


Something that we struggle with daily, that eats us up and causes stress and anger: annoying people.

You know those people: they cut in line, are rude to you in the office or at the restaurant, cut you off in traffic, talk loudly about obnoxious things, play loud music when you’re trying to concentrate, interrupt you, and so on.

These offenses are violations of the way you think people should act. And so it burns you up. Don’t worry, I’m the same way.

If you just keep letting these offensive people get to you, you’ll always be mad or annoyed. Life won’t be very good. But it’s something you can learn to deal with.


5 Big Signs The Global Engine of Deceit, Lies, and Control Are Coming To End


If you don’t see it coming, you may have been hiding in a very dark place for the last decade. The lies, deceit, fear-mongering and illusions portrayed by elite controlling entities of the world are slowly crumbling right in front of their eyes as the world is awakening. Here are 5 signs that the era of deception and duplicity is coming to an end.


Perhaps one of the biggest controlling entities of the world is the pharmaceutical industrial complex who has deceived billions for almost two centuries. Their corruption, fabrications and outright deceit has enveloped almost every nation on Earth. In the last decade alone, millions have outcasted drugs and vaccines from their circle of trust. More people are coming to discover that this powerful group of criminals will stop at nothing to sell their snake oil to the public. Over the last several years, Pfizer, GlaxoSmithKline, and Novartis — and all other pharmaceutical giants, which once seemed unassailable are slowly drowning. Drug discovery jobs have disappeared by the thousands in the United States and by the hundreds in Europe as the industry has cut costs in order to adjust to what is widely perceived as the end of the blockbuster-drug era.


New Study Shows Lack of Sleep May Shrink Your Brain


A new study suggests that lack of night sleep might affect how fast the brain’s gray matter shrinks, particularly in people older than 60. It is worth noting that the results of the study showed the link between brain shrinkage and poor quality of sleep, which does not necessarily mean less hours of sleep.

Researchers at the University of Oslo, Norway, led by Dr. Claire Sexton, examined 147 adults aged between 20 and 84. The participants underwent two MRI brain scans with an interval of approximately 3,5 years between them, and were questioned about their sleep habits. The questions were aimed at evaluating the quality of their night sleep, including how much time they needed to fall asleep, how sleepy they felt in the daytime, whether they used any medications to help them sleep, etc. It was found that participants slept about 7 hours a night and took approximately 20 minutes to fall asleep.


8 Ways to Let More Love Into Your Life


Love is everything, and yet it can be so very easy to lose sight of its importance as we get bogged down with the stressors of daily life. We live in a world seemingly filled with fear, war, politics, and corruption. In these difficult times of conflict and uncertainty, how do we open our hearts and let more love into our lives? Here are my reflections as a psychologist and human being lovingly sharing this journey with you:


Many of us feel trapped in an artificial physical reality where we shove ourselves into cubicles, fight each other in traffic, and work passionless jobs so we can pay money to surround ourselves with things that we don’t really need. It is a vicious cycle, and one that can make us feel empty and alone, especially when we realize that material possessions will not bring us love.


10 Food Ingredients You Should Never Eat Again


Ninety percent of the products we see on grocery store shelves today are loaded with processed and nutrition-less ingredients. The hard truth is that these ingredients are killing us one bite at a time. They are addictive and cunningly sleuth, usually masked by an array of creative but misleading advertising schemes.

However, there’s one amazing fact about our health that many of us forget from time to time. The fact is this- we all have 100% control over what we choose to put into our bodies! It’s a simple and empowering fact that we all need reminding of, and today is that day.


12 Tips for Recovering from Emotional Pain


Pain (any pain–emotional, physical, mental) has a message. The information it has about our life can be remarkably specific, but it usually falls into one of two categories: “We would be more alive if we did more of this,” and, “Life would be more lovely if we did less of that.” Once we get the pain’s message, and follow its advice, the pain goes away.” ~ Peter McWilliams

Have you noticed how afraid we all are of feeling any emotional pain? And how we would do anything in our power to avoid it? Nobody wants it. We all try to get rid of it. We all try to hide and run away from it, and the irony is that the more we try to reject and resist it, the more intense it gets and the longer it stays with us.


25 Lessons from Khalil Gibran that Can Totally Transform Your Life


Today I would like to share with you 25 beautiful life changing lessons to learn from Khalil Gibran. Author of one of my favorite books of all time, The Prophet.



10 Lies You’ll Hear Once You Decide to Pursue Your Dreams


By Marc and Angel

Unfortunately, just before you take your first step on the righteous journey to pursue your dreams, people around you, even the ones who deeply care for you, will give you awful advice. It’s not because they have evil intentions. It’s because they don’t understand the big picture—what your dreams, passions, and life goals mean to you. They don’t understand that, to you, the reward is worth the risk.

So they try to protect you by shielding you from the possibility of failure, which, in effect, also shields you from the possibility of making your dreams a reality.


8 Ways to Effectively Cut Your Risk of Breast Cancer


If you are female, you have around a 1 in 8 chance of developing breast cancer during your lifetime. While you can’t change your family history, there are various risk factors that you can do something about to lower your chances of developing this cancer. Read on to discover the practical changes you can make to cut your risk of breast cancer.

Quit Smoking

Although smoking is most commonly associated with lung cancer, using tobacco also influences your risk of several other cancers, including breast cancer. Recent research by the American Cancer Society found that rates of breast cancer are 24% higher among women who smoke and this increases to 45% for women who smoke for more than 10 years before starting a family. While it is best to never take up smoking, quitting early is sensible based on these findings, and using Chantix can increase your chances of successfully giving up cigarettes for good.


The Orphan and the Tied Boy: A Very Short Story


Once upon a time there a was a little orphan of age eight. In the village of six families he was left alone, in farms and on roads. His family not known. He couldn’t go to school so he had no friends. The people of the village said he made things disappear, broken ploughs, glass and stacks of hay, so people kept away.

One fine day a boy was being punished by his teacher, he was tied to a tree for running away from school. The orphan joined the field to play, and upon noticing the boy tied to the tree, he offered his friendship to him.