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TRANSCENDENCE – Live Life Beyond The Ordinary

October 10, 2018

Transcendence is an inspirational new docu-series from the internationally-renowned filmmakers of FOOD MATTERS and HUNGRY FOR CHANGE. Films that were shared and seen by hundreds of millions of people around the world, on both Food Matters TV and Netflix, ushering in a new era of health and wellness. With Transcendence, founders of FMTV James Colquhoun and Laurentine ten Bosch, go deep into the inner workings of the psyche to illuminate limiting beliefs and awaken true potential. Through the personal stories of a cast including Novak Djokovic,…

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No mean No, and needs to be Respected!

October 9, 2018

The World is going through a strange change. Just when you think somethings are actually changing for good, corruption comes back and rips it away again. So many have been going on with the so called Fake News, lies of the media, because actually there isn’t a filter anymore. I am not blaming the media, I am actually blaming humans. Because they created the media and also lost the way of morality and common sense. I am not a puritan – No…

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Are There Any Ways You Can Improve Your Lifestyle? Here’s How To Do It

August 7, 2018

When it comes to the way we live we can often be striving to improve things. It might be for many different reasons. It could be for your health, it might be to improve the wealth you have or simply just to feel better. So how do you do it and why do you do it? These questions can often give you the answers that serve as your motivation and inspiration for making things better for you.     Are…

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Rebuilding When Your World Comes Tumbling Down

June 8, 2018

It’s one of life’s most pressing questions and terrifying conundrums. How do you rebuild when your world comes tumbling down? As humans, we’re vulnerable, but there’s always a tendency to expect that bad things happen to other people. You read tragic tales in magazines, and they tug at your heartstrings, but there’s always a part of you that never expects to be in a situation that demands the sympathies of others. Sadly, there’s no way of predicting what is going…

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3 Easy Ways To Help A Friend With An Eating Disorder

May 30, 2018

It doesn’t matter whether your friend is suffering from anorexia, bulimia or binge eating, the fact that your friend has confided in you means that they trust you and need your support. Eating disorders are very secretive and can be hidden exceptionally well by the person suffering. If you know about it, make sure that you are that listening ear, that lending hand and the much needed person on the end of the phone. Although you may fear saying or…

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Cultivating Better Mental Health

May 23, 2018

When it comes to your mental health, you can never do too much to take care of it. If you want to live the happiest, healthiest, best version of your life that you possibly can, being as mentally well as you can be is vital. The good news is there are lots of things we can all do to cultivate better mental health today. Obviously, if you’re really suffering, seeing a doctor and therapist is essential, but anyone can try…

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Anxiety-Life-Style?

July 4, 2017

The hyphens are there for a reason. Anxiety has been a topic that most artists are now (finally) freely talking, and then the public decided to give the proper importance to it and talk about it. Good! But one thing is talking and other is doing something regarding it. Anxiety should not be considered a weakness. I heard a couple of boys telling this to another one: Anxiety is for girls with PMS. They are probably between 14 to 15…

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Understanding Autism in Adults and Aging Adults by Theresa M. Regan

May 15, 2017

Quite a book. Clarifying and understanding autism on all levels, Dr Regan explains everything. Description: Autism is a childhood condition … right? Not right. Children with autism grow into adults with autism. The great strides we have made in understanding childhood autistic behaviors and interventions have lagged dramatically behind the needs of aging autistics. What of the young adult trying to build relationships? What of the middle-aged autistic adult who has been misdiagnosed with bipolar disorder and lacks an effective treatment…

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