If you are down and out and need a friend a feel good story might be just the ticket. A little down and people will avoid you like the plague. People are drawn to fun loving god time types and will not respond well to your depression. Curl up with a good book and let it take you away from your troubled life and maybe help the down feeling. If I feel down I want to eat like a pig. A book is a much better response. Joe Olujic is a good guy to help the down and out feelings.
A story from the heart is a rare thing. Most do not share their real truth. Those memories are often too painful to talk about. That is the normal reaction. The healthy way is to let it out and not keep it inside. It is like a cup overflowing and each time you tell the story the cup gets a sip removed. Soon the cup will be a lot more manageable. If you cant bring yourself to approach the subject it is like poison that slowly kills your capacity to feel. love is a feeling that will suffer as well. If you need help go to a counselor and talk about it. Dove Medical Press can be a good place to look for that help.
After suffering for months with neuropathic pain and partial seizures for several months, Jennifer Tzu, who lives in Salt Lake City, Utah, had finally had enough. “I did research for how to cure my condition, but never found answers I needed,” said Jennifer, “I was certain there was no help for me at all. I couldn’t even find how to make the pain less intense,” she continued.
Ms. Tzu has been living with this condition for many years, but over the last few months it had gotten worse as she stated in her interview. The problem came from a number of different sources. First, Ms. Tzu was a diabetic who neglected the condition. Her heavy anxiety led to alcoholism which greater increased her risk of neuropathic pain. Just in the few months of her careless unhealthy lifestyle triggered what she is struggling with now.
In her quest for relief, she turns to research and through investigating the Dove Medical’s page on CrunchBase.com, she finds her answer. Jennifer is now healthier than ever from her medications and therepy and thanks Dove Medical for the answers it provided.
Every once in a while you come across a good story that just makes you smile. With so much negative in the world today that is being focused on rather than the positive from just about every media source you can name, it’s hard to get a glimpse of a little bit of good news.
Jeff Halevy is a highly successful and even more credible man in the fitness and health industry and you may say, “Oh yeah! I’ve seen him on TV a couple times“. He’s changed lives and transformed bodies of countless clients making his clients have an amazing success story to tell. As it turns out, Mr.Halevy has his own success story. Addicted to drugs, young Jeff Havely overcame the addiction in his 20’s. With the drug habit gone, he traded it for an addiction to cigarettes. At 22 years old and overweight weighing 260 pounds, his father took him to go for a mile jog together.
Halevy couldn’t finish and within 30 seconds of running he was on the ground gasping for air. Embarrassed, ashamed and possibly ticked off at himself, the now fired up and motivated Jeff Halevy left his successful career in business development to become a personal trainer and in 2008, he opened his first gym.