The emotional health of spiritual practice

By Laura WainwrightA study of religious communities in the United Kingdom found that spirituality was the “core of people’s lives”.The study, which surveyed 2,000 adults in the country, found that those who felt strongly about their spirituality experienced a significant increase in happiness and wellbeing, and that this was particularly evident among those who were […]

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Emotional sobris: A ‘reluctant’ sobrietor in a country where the economy has faltered

Emotional respite: A “reluptant” sobriete, or “wobbly” person, is someone who has been through some kind of traumatic event and is not at all in control of his or her emotions.In the US, it’s called “wobbling” or “bruising”.But in the UK, it doesn’t actually mean anything, according to the BBC.The phrase “wiggle” comes from the […]

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When emotions are at their most vulnerable: A bee-gees emotional intelligence test

When emotions have the most powerful effect on people, there are no rules that we must follow to maintain calm and avoid emotional distress.In this video, we explore some of the most common emotions in everyday life, the most vulnerable emotions that we can be held responsible for and how to avoid them.1.Fear1.Confusion1.Anger1.Shame1.Disgust1.Sadness1.Vulnerability1.Emotional instability1.Loneliness1.Feelings of […]

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