Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) involves severe anxiety resulting from stimuli to which someone was exposed during a traumatic event. PTSD is common in combat veterans, but the same symptoms have been found in victims of sexual abuse, physical trauma, highway and workplace accidents, and life-threatening illnesses such as cancer, as well as in people who are repeatedly exposed to other peoples traumas, such as emergency-room nurses and ambulance attendants.. - scroll down a bit
"Innercise" to Keep the Motivation Part of Your Brain Active. The takeaway is: Set a goal, but take the time to dig deep and find the intrinsic value of attaining that goal. This will drive the motivation to succeed and feel fulfilled along the way. ~NeuroGym
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A Recipe to Remember: A Daughter Honors Her Father’s Memory
Mary has been selected by Al Cole, Host of People of Distinction Radio, to be on the committee for choosing his People of Distinction Humanitarian Awards for 2015. http://peopleofdistinction.org/our-committee-4th-page/
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