Mood Lifting

Kraft, Jessica C.
January 2007
Guideposts;Jan2007, Vol. 61 Issue 11, p5
The author shares tips on overcoming negative emotional patterns. A way to regain equilibrium is to track moods for a month and chart levels of happiness. Spotting the emotional trend can help track the mood shifts. Ways on how to reduce stress are enumerated like visiting a spa, a walk in the park or meditation.


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