English: This is a graphic representation of the “Stages of Change” in the Transtheoretical Model of Behavior Change. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Never a truer word spoken…
Hi, readers how’s it going?
I’ve not been writing for some time now. It’s odd how despite writing being one of the biggest loves in my life I go through periods where I have nothing to say, no words to type and can go ‘silent’ for months on end. I’m not saying I’m back now, cause this may just be a one-off update post, even I don’t know at the moment.
Serotonin levels are most directly responsible for the intensity of our moods and how positive our demeanour is overall. While not every mood swing can be attributed to an offset chemical response, there is always a possibility that there could be something off-kilter in that area of our health.
While there are plenty of prescription drugs for this, it can often seem unnecessary or even unsafe to take a prescription drug for what many would deem to be simply irritability or poor behaviour. Continue reading →
I said ’2013 is gonna be my year’ I intended for it to be a happy and prosperous year, after the last few years I could do with a bit of goodness and happiness for a change, by golly do I deserve a break from all the bad things…
So, is 2013 going to be my year or will it just prove that 13 is unlucky for some (including me!?)… Continue reading →
Eating disorders are becoming increasingly common these days for people of all ages. For this reason, it is important to be able to identify telltale signs of an eating disorder. What many people do not realize, however, is that there are many indications of eating disorders that are easy to miss. The following article will discuss several signs of an eating disorder that are commonly overlooked.