Monthly Archives: September 2013

Why Working Out for Just 30 Minutes Will Make You Happier

You’ve heard it before: Regular exercise can do wonders for both your body and mind.

On paper, working out regularly sounds like a fantastic idea. You’ll look better and feel better; you’ll become a new person. But life gets in the way — job, family, sleep, etc. r

How to Raise Kids Who Become Great Adults

“I want to raise great kids.”

Curiously, that is not what most parents actually want. What they actually want is to raise great kids…who become great adults. r

How Your Thoughts Create Your Brain

Of course you know that your thoughts are generated by your brain. But you may not have considered that in many very real ways, your thoughts create your brain, too. Let’s see how this can be so. r

How to Improve Your Personal Awareness

The one person above all else, whose opinion counts more than anything, and who should know you better than anyone else, is yourself. Most people might scoff at this, as though it’s a given that one should know themselves, but it is actually a unique character trait few people really posses. r

The Myths of Meditation

When we look at the peaceful monks sitting in meditation we likely have some interesting opinions about what it is that they are actually doing. r

‘Be’ Where Your Butt Is!

According to Dr. Arch Hart, Dean Emeritus and Professor of Psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary, the digital world is adding tremendous stress to our daily lives and causing an epidemic of anxiety, depression, and relational problems. r