Its Mine No its mine! Parents are quick to scold their children when theres a squabble over toys, especially after the holiday season. However, kids arent the only ones anxiously attached to their stuff.
Grown-ups have a hard time letting go as well! Over-consumption and excessive accumulation lead to physical and emotional baggage (not to mention the binding side-effect of consumer debt). Heres a short, four-minute explanation of why adults continue to act like children whenit comes to their belongings:
A List of Surefire ways to Feel Happier and Fight Depression
Over the years depression has been steadily increasing in adults as well as children. So how can we fight these feelings of sadness? How can we help our children? I recently came across this website that discusses nature and our mood, and why it helps. It is a very quick read and the website offers a list of ways that we can increase our happiness; each suggestion is backed by clinically proven research. The source offers specific ideas and things to do for adults as well as for children. It gives suggestions that can take as little as five minutes of your time, to more extended amounts of time.
Check out his link and get see if there is a something for you to get you feeling good: