Our brains are physical organs. Just like our lungs, heart, bones, and muscles benefit from regular physical activity, research confirms exercise triggers a flood of chemicals that affect positive changes in the brain. Medical research studies indicate that persons who do not participate in regular exercise have an increased likelihood of experiencing chronic depression, memory loss, social apathy, and Alzheimer’s disease.
Face it! We are all getting older! However, it beats the alternative! Unfortunately, as we age, we all have to deal with confidence sabotaging fine lines, a bit of sagging, dark circles under our eyes, perhaps an unsightly frown line between our eyebrows, skin tags, age spots, or uneven skin tone.
Did you get a tattoo and now regret your actions? Both men and women acquire tattoos for a diverse array of reasons including gang or group identification, artistic expression, cultural or spiritual recognition or just plain lunacy. For many teenagers in America, getting a tattoo is a rebellious act of independence; when the need to prove machismo wanes, they often regret that they choose such a permanent way of venting.
Can you deal with dating? It’s old advice, but worth repeating; don’t date until you are ready. You want to set yourself up for success, not a failure. If you want to meet new people, make new friends and hopefully find love again, it is essential to make sure you understand where you are in the healing process.
It goes without saying; our children are an integral part of our lives. Do not downplay the fact that you have children or in anyway “apologize” for their existence in your life. Stop wasting time on anyone that you feel discounts you because you have children; children are part of the package.