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woman doing different facial expressions Can't figure someone out? Then you're probably not tuning in to her body language. We all speak without saying a word-you just need to know what to look for. Photo by: Phillip Friedman/Woman's Day Have you ever been talking to someone when suddenly she crosses her arms?
Visions: BC's Mental Health and Addictions Journal | Here to Help, A BC Information Resource for Individuals and Families Managing Mental Health or Substance Use ProblemsVisions is an award-winning quarterly magazine that brings together many views on mental health and substance use. It’s a place to explore different aspects of wellness, share your own experiences, learn from others, and discuss ideas. The journal is written by and for people who have experienced mental health or substance use problems or used mental health or addictions services, along with service providers, family and friends, community advocates, and leaders and decision-makers. See our past issues below:
Welcome to MIND MATTERS , a free e-newsletter produced by the Canadian Mental Health Association's BC Division (CMHA) and delivered monthly to your inbox. In MIND MATTERS, we offer news, resources and programs and events from CMHA BC Division, 19 CMHA branches across BC and other like-minded organizations committed to the mental health of British Columbians. A New Look for Our Website and Mind Matters Register for the 2012 Bottom Line Conference – Feb 29 + Mar 1 Read the New Issue of Visions: Income CMHA Kelowna Receives Community Action Initiative (CAI) Grant CMHA North and West Vancouver Health and Wellness Series 2012 CMHA Vancouver-Burnaby Get Set and Connect Program – Feb 7 CMHA Vancouver-Burnaby Love To Be Well – Feb 8 CMHA Kelowna Anxiety & Children/Youth – Feb 9 CMHA South Okanagan Similkameen Poster Contest – Due April 13 CMHA Kootenays Volunteer Appreciation Dinner – April 19
by Erin Doland on Nov 9, 2010 The post “ Space Saving Appliances in Paris ” on Apartment Therapy has been taking up room in my thoughts for the past month. Specifically, I can’t stop thinking about the range-oven-dishwasher unit pictured in the article. Unfortunately, the post didn’t include any links to such a device, so I finally broke down and took to relentless searching on the internet. As far as I can tell, hours later, there is not a company selling these space-saving devices in the U.S. market. Some older RVs and yachts are outfitted with a Modern Maid brand range-oven-dishwasher, but since Modern Maid was acquired in the 1970s, the units went out of production (if you have one, Maytag is the current owner and provides repair parts).
Join the Quiet Revolution! Read Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking . Visit http://www.thepowerofintroverts.com - By Susan Cain, Introversion ExpertPassionately argued, impressively researched, and filled with indelible stories of real people, Quiet shows how dramatically we undervalue introverts, and how much we lose in doing so. Taking the reader on a journey from Dale Carnegie’s birthplace to Harvard Business School, from a Tony Robbins seminar to an evangelical megachurch, Susan Cain charts the rise of the Extrovert Ideal in the twentieth century and explores its far-reaching effects. Listen to an excerpt from the audiobook version of Quiet .
Ken Mac Dougall bit into the sandwich his wife had packed him for lunch and noticed something odd—a Post-it note tucked between the ham and the cheese. He pulled it out of his mouth, smoothed the crinkles and read what his wife had written: "Be in aisle 10 of Home Depot tonight at 6 p.m." Marriage counselors warn that nagging is one of the leading causes for discord and divorce, Elizabeth Bernstein reports on Lunch Break. (Photo: Getty Images) Mr.
By ROBERT LEE HOTZ Researchers for the first time are documenting the basic wiring of the brain, the complex relationships among billions of neurons that are responsible for reason, memory and emotion. The work eventually could lead to better understanding of schizophrenia, autism, multiple sclerosis and other disorders. New techniques, including advances in brain scans, are helping to reveal the hidden anatomy of brain wiring and giving scientists a new understanding of how thoughts, memories and emotions are formed. WSJ's Robert Lee Hotz reports.
or centuries, Amazonian shamans have used ayahuasca as a window into the soul. The sacrament, they claim, can cure any illness. The author joins in this ancient ritual and finds the worlds within more terrifying—and enlightening—than ever imagined. I will never forget what it was like. The overwhelming misery.
Not all the lies in this quiz will be that obvious. Can you tell fact from fiction, or will we see your picture when we look up "gullible" in the dictionary? start quiz
Scott Eells/Bloomberg via Getty Images Daniel Kahneman, New York City, September 2011 In 1955, when Daniel Kahneman was twenty-one years old, he was a lieutenant in the Israeli Defense Forces. He was given the job of setting up a new interview system for the entire army.