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Engagement between People Evokes Oxytocin-The Powerful Feel Good Chemical

| September 7, 2017
Engagement between People Evokes Oxytocin-The Powerful Feel Good Chemical

As the pioneers of brain science continue to push advanced behavioral health to new levels, more tools become available for those who support people toward overcoming mental health struggles. Perhaps one of the most powerful of these tools is engagement. The deep intrinsic need humans have for engagement is so great that when it occur the “feel […]

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Two Examples of How to Build Close Relationships

| September 22, 2016
Two Examples of How to Build Close Relationships

How two people learned to build and benefit from close relationships By Vic LeBouthillier Tom: 37, husband and father of two. Works as a store’s general manager. Lonely, but with a chance of a breakthrough. Tom worked hard to get to where he is and had to step on a few toes in the process. […]

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Building Mental Health Resilience

| October 7, 2015 | 0 Comments
Building Mental Health Resilience

No matter what your personal challenges, you can learn to regulate your thoughts and emotions to improve your mental-emotional health and build mental health resilience Emotions communicate important messages to you about your current situation. They can tell you whether you’re in imminent danger or have met the love of your life. Emotions also unleash […]

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How to Grow Your Small Business

| June 22, 2014 | 0 Comments
How to Grow Your Small Business

Becoming Emotionally Intelligent It is clear that the need for intellectual intelligence within a company is highly valued. However, if you are feeling overwhelmed with anger and need to finish a project then it is the emotional intelligence (EI) that you will need and it is then that you will eventually come to value EI […]

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