Category Archives: Pain

How to Overcome Depression and Add 10 Years to Your Life by Playing a Game

Jane McGonical The game that can add 10 years to your life

While browsing TED I found a really interesting video called “The game that can give you 10 extra years of life”. I decided to watch it, and after doing so, I knew that I just HAD to share it with you guys.

In short, it’s about how the author (Jane McGonigal) got through a very tough and dark period in her life by …playing a game.

If you feel depressed, sad or like your life is not moving forward the way it should be, I think that you will like this video. And if you don’t – it’s still darn interesting.

As a bonus, just for watching it, you will earn 7.5 minutes of life. Yep, 7.5 minutes.

See for yourself what it’s all about here:

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How to Sleep Your Way Out of Pain and Into Better Mental Health

Sleep can help you solve complex problems Who knew that sleeping could be so good for you?

I am a big believer of the power that our subconciousness holds. I believe it is the key to solving most, if not all, of our problems.

Whether it’s physical or psychological, if you know how, you can harness the unlimited power of your subconcious to deal with anything you want it to.

There are tons of ways to do it, with some being a lot more complicated than others. Today we will talk about the easiest one, and my absolute favorite: sleeping.
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Two Tips to Become more Peaceful and Reduce Stress and Negative Emotions in Your Everyday Life

Reduce the stress and just chill' Reduce the stress and just chill'

This post contains two tips for you to become much more peaceful in your everyday life. Apply them as you see fit, and watch your professional and social life bloom over the next few weeks.

If you’re used to being all stressed out over work, a girl etc., these tips will hopefully help you take some of that burden off your shoulders.
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A Great Example About Acceptance and Willingness When it Comes to Pain – “Let Aunt Ida In”

Get rid of the pain by letting in old Aunt Ida Get rid of the pain by letting in old Aunt Ida

Let’s face it – all of us bear around with some kind of pain. For a lot of you reading this, it will be related to an ex girlfriend. Lost love, so to say.

And that’s why I talk a lot about acceptance. I see acceptance (and willingness) as key concepts when it comes to living with pain – and that means, key concepts to living at all.

Today I want to give you an example on how you can be willing (and accepting). For some of you, the essence of these concepts might be a bit hard to grasp, but with this example, I hope to make it more real, clear and applicable for you.
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Why You Should Practice Living With an Open Heart (Even If It Hurts!)

Living with an open heart can hurt.. But it's worth it Living with an open heart can hurt.. But it's worth it

To be a just keep the change man, you have to practice living with an open heart, even if it hurts.

Living with an open heart means that you experience all experiences fully without denying anything. It is like looking fear in the eye – you stand up for yourself and take up the fight.

The weak man

The weak man will always try to deny his pain. Whether it’s emotional or physical, he will always try to think of anything but the pain.

When running, he will distract himself when it starts to hurt. When faced with criticism, he will try to move on, move around it, forget it or deny it. When a weak man loses something, or someone, he will suppress his feelings; his pain. He will look the other way and distract himself.
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