Category Archives: Human Behavior: Frustration

Your High-Intensity Feelings May Be Tiring You Out






Why are we always exhausted at the end of a workday? Why do we come home wiped out, with barely enough energy to make dinner before collapsing for the night? Normally, when we think about being tired, we think of … Continue reading






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The Joy of Letting Go of Stress






zen habits : breathe The Joy of Letting Go of Stress By Leo Babauta The holiday season can generally be one of the most stressful times of year. That’s on top of most families being so stressed they aren’t able … Continue reading






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90 percent overlook key to weight loss






Orlando, Florida - Tens of millions of Americans vow each year to lose weight in the New Year, and while their intentions are good, most of the time their results are not. It’s estimated that only 8 percent of those … Continue reading






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10 ways to make the wi-fi in your house more powerful






The communications watchdog says wireless networks in homes and offices are often set up incorrectly or they’re suffering from “interference” from electronics with wiring like baby monitors and things like microwaves. Ofcom has launched a free app called Wi-Fi Checker … Continue reading






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One habit that extends life and 9 others that aren’t so bad either






Recent studies have found a way you can extend your life, and it’s pretty good for everyone. Apparently, selflessness can help people manage stress – and ultimately improve their own health. Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison looked into the … Continue reading






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7 ways to keep emotions in check at work






Have you ever sobbed in the restroom of your office or faked a smile when you were about to burst in tears? Instead of feeling self-pity or exploding in anger, keep your emotions in check before they take a toll … Continue reading






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5 ways to find yourself when life becomes a storm






If you told me on my wedding day in May 2014 that I’d become a 34-year-old caregiver in a few months, I would’ve told you to lay off the vodka! I’d just gotten married that month to the wonderful guy … Continue reading






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Self-help books usually don’t help






Reading self-help books should help you feel, well, better, right? Wrong. In fact, readers of self-help books are more sensitive to stress and show more depressive symptoms than those who don’t read such literature, a new study from the University … Continue reading






Posted in Human Behavior: Calm, Human Behavior: Control, Human Behavior: Dignity, Human Behavior: Emotional Eating, Human Behavior: Emotional Maturity, Human Behavior: Failure, Human Behavior: Frustration, Human Behavior: Happiness, Human Behavior: Negativity, Human Behavior: Perception, Human Behavior: Relationships, Human Behavior: Sadness, Human Behavior: Self Esteem, Human Behavior: Self Talk, Human Behavior: Stress | Comments Off on Self-help books usually don’t help

Wives take problems to heart, husbands get frustrated






Husbands and wives married for a long time don’t look at marital problems in the same way. When a marriage has troubles, women worry. They become sad. They get frustrated. For men, it’s sheer frustration and not much more. In … Continue reading






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Ever notice how stress and mental frustration can affect your physical abilities?






Do you ever notice how stress and mental frustration can affect your physical abilities? When you are worried about something at work, do you find yourself more exhausted at the end of the day? This phenomenon is a result of … Continue reading






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Feeling Impulsive or Frustrated? Take a Nap






Newswise — ANN ARBOR—Taking a nap may be an effective strategy to counteract impulsive behavior and to boost tolerance for frustration, according to a University of Michigan study. It’s becoming increasingly common for people, especially adults, to not sleep an … Continue reading






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