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The Unbelievable Truth About Life After Death: What Our Panoramic Visions Can Tell Us


Visions

The latest scientific studies have revealed some incredible things about what happens to us after we die, most of which you won’t believe until you see it with your own eyes! This blog post discusses the latest discoveries and what they mean for the future of humankind.

How we view life after death
So what does all of this mean? This is a glimpse into the future. These are visions of what life after death looks like. At its simplest, we see that there is more going on than just the binary living or dead state. It’s not just black and white, but rather multicolored with many shades of gray. In other words, there might be some sort of afterlife after all, and it’s something we should keep an open mind about if we want to answer the ultimate question of life. However, for now, let’s focus on being alive. There is so much more to do and experience in this world before crossing over – at least for most people – and the best way to enjoy that time is by opening our minds up to new ideas and experiences.

Why do we have near-death experiences?
Near-death experiences are thought to happen due to a release of life-saving chemicals called neurotransmitters and endorphins. These naturally occurring compounds can potentially lead to an out-of-body experience in which there is an awareness of one’s own death, passage into another world, or an immersion in one’s own thoughts. It could also be the result of hallucinations caused by oxygen deprivation or head trauma as the body tries to protect itself from oxygen loss during its final moments. In rare cases, it may be related to epilepsy. There are also many theories that try to explain why we have near-death experiences; some say it is because we’re about to rejoin our loved ones who have passed away while others say it is because we’re about to leave this world for good.

What are the main causes of near-death experiences?
One of the main causes of a near-death experience is lack of oxygen. Studies show that there are two basic brain function patterns that take place in a near-death experience, hypoxia and hypercarbia. The hypoxia is when there’s not enough oxygen in the body and the person becomes sleepy and has trouble concentrating; this usually only lasts for about 10 seconds before it makes its way to the more serious hypercarbia. Hypercarbia means there’s too much carbon dioxide in the blood stream which can be caused by any number of things including heart attack or suffocation. If a person survives with their brain functioning, they’ll have memories of what happened during the time they had limited oxygen.

Why aren’t we all reporting NDEs?
We can only guess, but it is possible that most people who experience this simply don’t report it because they feel like their experiences are not unusual. Many people have heard stories of NDEs and deathbed visions from older relatives or friends, but those older relatives and friends never share these stories because they’re afraid to worry the younger generation. It’s also possible that a person may be in denial about their own death, so when an NDE happens, they may choose to believe it was just a dream or hallucination. It could also be the case that some people have been embarrassed by a frightening experience (such as feeling trapped in darkness) and so never tell anyone about it.

How does the soul leave the body?
People, especially in Western society, often ask how does the soul leave the body? This process can happen in three different ways. The first is from the physical body. As we grow older, our cells die and deteriorate to a point where we no longer have a functioning body. When this happens, there’s an absence of life coming from the person and it’s likely they have died as well. The second way is when a person who dies has their spirit take over another living being. In other words, the dying person takes possession of someone else’s body in order to live on. The third way is through an out-of-body experience (OBE). It’s said that OBEs occur for two reasons:
1) death may be imminent and the spirit needs time to prepare for what will come next; or
2) at any given moment one might not be aware that he or she has left his or her physical body and will return soon enough.

Purpose of Our Panoramic Visions
We’ve all heard the horror stories of people who have had near-death experiences and were pronounced clinically dead, only to awaken later in a hospital with stories of seeing heaven. But what does this all mean? Is there life after death? Where do we go when we die? Is there an afterlife? These are some of the questions that many philosophers and spiritual leaders ponder. Near-death experiencers (NDErs) who come back from the brink of death tell us about their visions and memories, but it’s hard to know if they’re just making it up or really saw something. One possible explanation is that these panoramic visions are nothing more than hallucinations. In other words, they’re products of our own imagination – while we still live on earth – as a way for our brain to cope with dying. NDErs may experience tunnel vision or a sensation of weightlessness before going through the tunnel, but then find themselves floating above themselves at the moment of death. They then see themselves in darkness; often experiencing vivid images such as family members and friends waiting for them on the other side. Some even report meeting God during their experience. It’s possible that NDEs give people hope at times when things look bleakest, since so many describe meeting loved ones and feeling peace during these moments. Furthermore, they provide evidence that there may be life after death and point to a possible truthfulness of Christianity. And yet, skeptics argue that it’s impossible to prove the existence of an afterlife because we can’t disprove its nonexistence either. We will never know for sure whether there is life after death until we finally pass away ourselves. That said, I’ll bet you wouldn’t mind taking your chances if you knew you could meet your deceased loved ones again. To me, it seems like there has to be more to the story. While living humans can generate images of their own imagination within the last seconds before death, I would like to believe that there is something beyond death’s threshold waiting for me. I am willing to accept my fate as long as my soul doesn’t stay alone forever. In Mt personal experience, my eyes has experienced the realm that awaits. Not a hallucination that some claim. In moments of unexpected , visions and NBE’s have taught me about death and life after. It’s an option for each of us to believe or to not believe. But to have the experience is something worth sharing with those around you.

Can We See the Afterlife?
Not only can our panoramic visions tell us about the afterlife, but they can also help us reach spiritual enlightenment. These visions act as a reminder of who we are and what’s happening in the world around us, ultimately allowing us to live a life that is more satisfying than anything we could have imagined before. Many people today are searching for the meaning of their existence, or looking for some type of spirituality. They turn to ancient religions and practices because they want an answer from someone else – an answer from someone other than themselves. With a panoramic vision these people may find their answers through an awakening into consciousness so deep it makes them realize how insignificant their worries really were. In this way, this form of visual art can be used as a tool for personal transformation and growth toward spiritual enlightenment. Each day we live life as we know it. Yet this life doesn’t compare to the spiritual realm that comes in the right time. It’s an inner peace of freedom to live life joyfully.

Those who are dying don’t cry, preparing for eternal life
The end of life as we know it is a difficult and often dreaded concept. But for those who have faced death, there is something different that lies beyond—the possibility of eternal life. In recent years, more and more individuals have reported having panoramic visions during near-death experiences, which are said to offer glimpses into what lies ahead in the afterlife.
These visions have been described as being incredibly vivid and profound. They may involve a range of phenomena, from hearing beautiful music or feeling a strong sense of love and peace, to seeing loved ones who have already passed away or travelling through a tunnel of light. According to those who have experienced these visions, they can offer insight into the afterlife, allowing us to understand more about what may be waiting for us after death.
For those who are dying, these visions can provide great comfort and reassurance. Many report not feeling afraid or worried during their vision, even when faced with the ultimate mystery of mortality. Instead, they often feel a profound sense of peace and acceptance as they prepare for their journey towards the afterlife.
These panoramic visions can also provide an important opportunity for the dying to gain closure with their loved ones. By getting a glimpse of what awaits them after death, the dying can take comfort in the fact that they will soon be reunited with those who have gone before them. In this way, these visions can be incredibly powerful in helping to provide solace and comfort during an otherwise difficult and frightening time.
It is clear that these panoramic visions offer a unique window into the afterlife. Whether they are interpreted as literal depictions or as metaphorical representations of what awaits us on the other side, they can offer insight into life after death and help bring peace to those facing the end of their earthly life. These visions reveal that, although life after death might be difficult to comprehend, it doesn’t need to be feared. If you think of the transition of a loved one, tears never surfaced. The inner peace is visual to the point of a happiness in transition. What awaits can’t be real until we make the transition for ourselves. Until then we can believe that eternal life is everything we hope for.

What Happens When We Die?
You might have an idea about what happens when we die. It’s easy to guess that when the body dies, our spirit or essence moves on or goes somewhere else. While there are many possibilities of what could happen at death, one thing is for sure; your life as you know it will cease to exist. But this doesn’t mean that everything stops with death. There is a lot more happening in the universe than what we can see from Earth and this includes energy, light and love going on past physical death.

Hallucinating before death
Hallucinations are usually a result of neural activity in the brain, brought on by disease or injury. This is true for hallucinations that occur before death as well. For those who experience hallucinations before death, what they see will most likely come from their own thoughts and imaginings. There are stories of people with Alzheimer’s creating their perfect world before passing away, even if it means ending their life prematurely to be free from mental distress. It has been documented that children with terminal illnesses may have visions about heaven prior to dying. These cases are rare, but show how much we can learn about life after death through our panoramic visions. We don’t know exactly what these visions mean or where they come from. It could be a hallucination brought on by neural activity in the brain, an afterlife projecting their desires onto this reality, or a glimpse into another dimension we cannot comprehend. All of these explanations are plausible at this point; more research needs to be done so that one day we can finally understand the afterlife.

cconclusion
The idea of life after death has long been a source of debate and fascination. While it remains impossible to definitively answer the question of what happens after we die, our panoramic visions can offer some insight into what might be in store. Our visions offer a glimpse into a potential afterlife, where we can continue to explore our spiritual nature and enjoy eternal peace. By understanding what our panoramic visions can tell us about life after death, we can better understand our own mortality and ultimately find peace.
In this post, we’ve explored what our panoramic visions can tell us about life after death. We’ve seen that these visions provide a unique opportunity for us to gain insight into what may lie beyond the veil of death. We’ve discussed how our visions offer the promise of a potential afterlife, filled with peace and serenity. Lastly, we’ve considered how understanding our panoramic visions can help us come to terms with our own mortality and ultimately find peace.
As we reflect on life after death, we can draw strength from our panoramic visions. These visions provide us with an invaluable opportunity to explore our spiritual nature and come to terms with the inevitable end of our earthly lives. With each vision, we gain insight into a potential afterlife that is filled with peace and serenity. We can draw strength and comfort from our panoramic visions as we strive to make the most of the time we have in this world.

Until our beautiful minds meet again, be safe out there. Many blessings and much love. Remember Everyday Minds Matter-Della 💞🦋

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The Art of Gathering

Times and Gathering

Oh, how the times of gatherings have lost the shine. Interactions and communication are fundamental values to our well-being. The laughter, tears, sorrows, and happiness that others give us in this lifetime. Simple moments that fill our lives with a sense of purpose. Those moments that take place when we gather. During holidays, birthdays, important milestones in our lives. Why gatherings are important and why gatherings help maintain mental health. If you’re wondering where people are gathered today – well the importance of the “Art of Gatherings” is for you.

* Gatherings I can remember as a child family gatherings included large groups of people. Family that included long friends of the family and many more. Gatherings of lots of drinking, grilling out, kids running in the yard, playing horseshoes, volleyball, badminton, belly hurting laughter, and just good times. Those memories create my foundation to my own character. We learn from our childhood how we treat and respect others. The Art of Gatherings are important elements that give opportunity for memories. As a child I had uncles, aunts, grandparents, cousins, nephews, nieces that I grew up with. Those are family members that help shape who I am and have become.

* Time Changes with Age Time changes those gatherings overtime. The gatherings get smaller as loved ones age and leave this earth. We don’t notice until those gatherings are memories of those that once attended aren’t there. An empty chair at the dinner table. Those faces are with their children and grandchildren. Or maybe they have passed on. Our group has branched off to subdivide into other group gatherings. It’s not personal or your fault, life is what happened. Do they get busy with life and fail to attend gatherings? Or do they have larger functions and gatherings elsewhere? Do people still gather? Has the loss of loved ones put a toll on your Art of Gatherings?

* Picture of Who? The old black and dark colored photos in old albums your parents or grandparents kept. Albums that pictures are falling out of. Old albums that have such high value. One thing we can’t ever replace -photos. If found please keep and protect. Who has photo albums in 2022? Who has a physical camera that takes photos? Has gatherings changed the way we create photo albums? Photo albums are antique, physical pictures are precious diamonds. Who looks at old faded books or albums of photos, these days? Honestly, I do. Those photos are one of two things that live on after we expire. Photos are forever if properly stored and valued. (The other thing that continues after we expire is your signature).

Photo albums for 2022 are cell phones. Everyone has one and those photos should be available to show off daily. But do you glance at those photos after they are saved to your phone? Friends those phones will not hold the value to a photo album. Most of us can say, dang I had 1200 photos on my old phone. Impressive, right? Then the phone broke and those photos are gone. There is no replacement for those moments. That image is stored in memory of our mind. Sadly, we can describe a perfect moment, but our minds can’t print that picture in time.

The Art of Gatherings have a purpose for memories and photos. Take time to use a camera and create a family photo album. An album you created today, is worth a million words to those who inherit the photo album. Do yourself a favor if anything else. Take time to teach your children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, neighboring children – The Art of Gatherings. Educate our future generation the value of appreciation of gatherings memories, and photo albums. The creation of a scrapbook or a family photo album teaches the value and appreciation to life. Mentally, emotionally, and physically form an attachment to memories and gatherings. The lost art of love can be reborn. Love is created by us who spread the word. Don’t continue to let technology form our future children’s beliefs. Gatherings is in person with photos to place in a photo album. Not the space and time spent on the web/internet that fills illusions of life.

In the final thoughts, The Art of Gatherings, help us deal with challenges. Challenges offer the opportunity to be “live in person”. Where feelings are felt, the good, bad, ugly raw emotions that create us. Feelings that teach us sadness, respect, happiness, love, anger, pain, and the value of an Art of Gatherings. Today is an opportunity to teach a lost value, that can live on longer after you expire. Are you teaching today? Tomorrow? Or sometime soon? I know you have amazing teaching skills. You lived life in the Art of Gatherings. You are a piece of Art that is forever through photos and your signature. Share your teaching skills, everyone’s teachable.

Until our beautiful minds meet again, be safe out there. Many blessings and much love. Remember Everyday Minds Matter -Della 💞🦋

Children’s needs depend on you – Be Responsive

Your Children Need You
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Everyday we all know, our list of things to do, continue to grow. As your children grow they look at you, full attention is on you. How you respond, attend, and show up is a priority to developmental growth. All eyes on you is a fact to life. Children want to grow and develop to be strong adults in life. It’s important how the parent relays facts to life. Be present, show up, and listen. Children crave you, your attention, your affection, and your time.

It’s important to be responsive

It is important to be responsive to your child’s needs. This means meeting their needs promptly and consistently. When you respond quickly and appropriately to your child’s needs, they learn that they can rely on you. Trust and honesty are what a child needs to feel safe and secure. This teaches children to be honest and good adults in life.

The importance of consistency

It is important to be consistent in your parenting. This means establishing routines and sticking to them. Children feel secure when they know what to expect from their parents. Consistency allows children to feel connected to their parents. A child can grow and develop emotions and mental health in a positive direction. Children need consistency to promote healthy mental health.

Hold and cuddle your child often

One of the best ways to create a secure attachment with your child is to hold and cuddle them often. This physical affection helps your child feel loved and secure, and can go a long way in establishing a strong bond between you and your child. Try to make a point of cuddling with your child every day, even if it’s just for a few minutes at bedtime or during morning snuggles. Like the ole’ saying goes, “Hugs go along way, even when they aren’t near”.

Respond promptly to your child’s needs

Another important tip for creating a secure attachment is to respond promptly to your child’s needs. This doesn’t mean you need to drop everything every time your child cries or call off work whenever they’re sick – but it does mean being attentive and responsive when they really need you. If possible, try to have at least one parent or caregiver available who can respond quickly to any major needs or issues that arise. Being attentive helps your child develop positive emotional connections. Connecting with others is an excellent ability to establish.

Establish routines and stick to them

Finally, another helpful tip for creating a secure attachment is to establish routines and stick to them as much as possible. Having consistent routines gives children a sense of security and predictability, which can help reduce anxiety and promote feelings of safety and well-being. Try to maintain regular mealtimes, bedtimes, bath times, etc., as much as possible, and let your child know what to expect ahead of time so they can feel prepared and comfortable. Routine can help a child feel responsible and safe. It’s okay to give your child a schedule to adhere to.

A secure attachment between parent and child is vital for the healthy development of the child. Attachment provides children with a sense of safety and security, which is essential for their emotional well-being. There are many ways to create a secure attachment with your child, but some of the most important include bonding, responsiveness, and consistency. By following these tips, you can give your child the foundation they need to thrive.

Until our beautiful minds meet again, be safe out there. Many blessings and much love. Remember Everyday Minds Matter -Della 💞🦋

“I Live Here, Too” : How to Survive a Toxic Relationship

Toxic, too much – Living Together

It’s no secret, and truth is out there. That living in an abusive relationship can be harmful to your physical and mental health, as well as your self-esteem, but it’s not always so easy to figure out how to get out of one. It takes time for days, months, and even years to leave a toxic relationship. Sadly, some never leave the relationship, and the abuser takes the life of the victim.

Recognize the signs of a toxic relationship
Unfortunately, we don’t always know when we’re in a toxic relationship. There are signs that can help you identify the toxicity and get out of it before it hurts your life any more than it already has.
-The person always criticizes you and never agrees with what you say or do. -They make you feel like everything is your fault. -You’re always walking on eggshells around them and they don’t seem to care how they make you feel. -No matter what you do for them, it’s never good enough. You just end up feeling frustrated and powerless.
-Nothing is ever their fault; it’s always yours.
-It feels like no matter what happens, this person will have an excuse for why things went wrong. They’ll find ways to blame you for anything and everything that goes wrong in their lives too. -Nothing is ever their fault; it’s always yours.
-Be honest with yourself about whether these behaviors happen only sometimes, frequently or all the time. If these behaviors happen all the time, then there’s a high chance your partner is not being respectful of you.

Set boundaries with your partner
In order to survive in a toxic relationship, you have to set boundaries with your partner. For example, don’t answer the phone when they call or text you. If they come over, tell them it’s not safe for you right now and that you’ll talk later. The next time they come over, say no and ask them to leave your house. You can also try changing your cell number if necessary. When they make contact again, do not speak to them. Write down everything they do and document it so you will know what repeated behaviors to look out for in the future. Seek help from friends and family who support you. Find an outlet (such as writing) to release any pent-up emotions from dealing with this situation. Keep yourself busy to avoid having too much idle time on your hands. Talk to people close to you about how they feel about what is happening because it helps and gives them peace of mind knowing they are there for you.

Create a support system
The only way you can survive an abusive relationship is by building up your support system. You need family, friends and even strangers that will be there for you no matter what. This will help you feel less isolated and like you’re not the only one going through this. If they know how bad it’s gotten, they might also be able to offer ideas on how to deal with it or ways you can get out. If these people don’t want to take on the burden of being involved in your life all the time, find some who do! Just because he doesn’t want to fix his problems doesn’t mean you have to stay at home crying and waiting for him. Spend time with friends, join groups, go online- anything that gets you out of the house.

Seek professional help
If you are in an abusive or toxic relationship, it is time to get help. You deserve happiness and shouldn’t have to stay in a relationship with that kind of environment. We encourage you reach out for the help you need. There is always someone there for you if you need them; whether it be family, friends, or professionals who can help with your situation. Remember, life isn’t meant to be miserable. Make sure that if you decide to leave a relationship like this, do so safely and don’t take anything from the other person that may jeopardize your safety – including social media passwords. The first few days after leaving will feel like the end of the world, but know that they will pass and things will start to seem better. Find new hobbies that make you happy, as well as meet new people who will support your decisions (even if they’re not perfect).
You deserve happiness and don’t have to stay in a relationship where you’re constantly unhappy because this is how it’s supposed to be. Life isn’t meant to be miserable! Know that you deserve happiness and shouldn’t be staying in a relationship where you’re constantly unhappy because this is how it’s supposed to be. one day soon you’ll realize all of this has been worth it.

Know when to walk away
There are many reasons why you may need to end your relationship. Are you being mistreated? Has your significant other been unfaithful? Does he/she refuse to do anything with you? The list goes on and on. It can be hard to make the decision, but know that there is life after the breakup. The first step is acknowledging the problems in your relationship, then deciding if it’s worth trying for change or if it’s time for him/her to go. To reach this conclusion, ask yourself these questions:
-Does your partner get jealous easily and try to control what you wear, who you talk to, etc.?
, stay in the relationship. If they’re not respecting your boundaries, they don’t deserve you. If they’re not respecting your boundaries, they don’t deserve you. If their not respecting your boundaries,they don’t deserve you. I live here too. When love goes bad, sourness fills the room daily. Pain of cheating, abuse, and demands. But I live here too, it is my favorite word. No love, just anger, and tears. Not married or married, or together for too long. It’s hard but it passes in time. You are a priority, you matter most. Sometimes overtime, we wake up and know it’s time to go. May tomorrow be your day, so happiness fills your soul once again. You deserve love, peace, and happiness. 💕

Until our beautiful minds meet again, be safe out there. Many blessings and much love. Remember Everyday Minds Matter -Della 💞🦋

Structure: Fail, Fail, Fail

Structure,- Fail, Mental Health- Fail

Our Future and Mental Health

It’s no secret that our world is changing. The way we live, the way we work, and the way we interact with each other is all evolving at a rapid pace. And while there are many incredible things about this moment in time, there is also a lot of uncertainty. One of the things that we can be certain about, however, is the importance of mental health. The future can be a scary place. We don’t know what’s going to happen or how we’re going to handle it. But one thing we can do is take care of our mental health. It’s more important than ever to make sure we’re taking care of our minds. Our mind is the foundation to “what’s next” in our future. We must make it a priority to stay on top of our mental health. In this post, I will explore why mental health is more important than ever and what we can do to promote it.

The world is always changing and with that comes new challenges. We don’t know what the future holds, but we can be prepared by taking care of our mental health. It’s more important than ever to take care of our minds and be proactive about our well-being. Perception around us and the challenges of what’s ahead of us.

 Mental health is important at all stages of life, but it’s especially important as we navigate the ups and downs of life. It’s more important than ever to take care of our minds and be proactive about our well-being. We don’t know what the future holds, but we can be prepared by taking care of our mental health. Mental health is something we all have to deal with.

Mental health is vital for our overall well-being. How we make choices, how we view those around us, how our behavior and action play into our relationships. The overall obstacle is how we overcome those challenges. Right now, right now my friends, there is no Structure to face challenges. We have eliminated all the positive perspectives on mental health in the past. Right now, we are struggling with our own demons because of judgement, criticism, and embarrassment. Our ancestors have taught us that it’s okay to not be okay, – Life goes on. Being productive on a negative level is creating a bigger problem. A sense of being forced to move forward when we are crippled by mental illness or mental health problems. Our mind is pushing us, when actually there is – No Structure to help us overcome those challenges.

Deeper into Mental Health The stigma of “crazy”, “psycho”, or “nut case” has scared us of that label. What have we done? I will tell you we have failed in Mental Health. Knowing our mind is everything, we gapped the “crazy stage” and landed straight into “psycho” status. An inability to even establish a consistent mental health pattern of Hope. Criticism has over powered the whole to selfish assholes. When we should help our neighbors, friends, and family. But once again- the generation has lost the structure. Work ethic has no value, if you show up your going above and beyond. It’s okay to question that last sentence. My friends, COVID-19 in 2020 lock down “Rocked our World”. Yes, “Rocked our World”. No Structure has left us confused, scared, and bitter. It’s not your fault, it’s the world we created.. Everyone here is responsible for the creation of mental health failure. The ability to correct right from wrong has passed boundaries and unacceptable limits, that are now okay. Where are morals and values?

No Better than Your Neighbor Keeping up with Roger, your neighbor is ineffective for 2022. The house looks great from the outside. New landscaping, new cars, nice patio furniture, and everything modern. Roger and his family are consistently smiling in public. My friends, what’s on the inside – contents to mental health, just like everyone else. Just because the display is awesome or glamorous, doesn’t exclude anyone from mental health issues. We all have a point of understanding ourselves. How we handle challenges and how we overcome them. No one is better than anyone else, but our mental health provides us knowledge and understanding to get through life. Thinking inside the box to move forward can be a struggle. Thinking outside the box gives more resources to educate our minds to higher quality mental health. So have you been stuck thinking in the box lately? Maybe try to expand the resources to help promote better quality of life. Better quality of thinking outside the box is rewarding in every aspect to mental health challenges.

Without realizing, when you open your ability to educate your mind- mental health improves to promote a healthier and happier – You. Make your mental health priority, Structure, Win, Win, Win✔️

Until our beautiful minds meet again, be safe out there. Many blessings and much love. Remember Everyday Minds Matter-Della 💞🦋

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“Please Don’t Yell, I’m Right Here”. – How Yelling impacts your Mental Health

"STOP" Yelling - it's harmful to both parties involved

We all know that one person or maybe your own self, who adds “yelling” to their daily routine. Is yelling really, necessary? In this blog post, we learn the science of yelling, and understand effects on one’s mental health. Yelling may seem like a harmless thing to do, but there are actually many different reasons behind why people tend to do it, as well as many unexpected effects that yelling can have on our lives and relationships. If you yell regularly, this may be something that you have done without realizing the negative impact it has had on you and those around you, so read on to find out more about the reasons why people tend to yell and how yelling effects those around them in their daily life and relationships.

* The Science of Why We Yell
Yelling has serious consequences for both the person doing the yelling and the person being yelled at. It can lead to mental health problems including anxiety, depression, and PTSD. Yelling is a sign of verbal abuse that should not be taken lightly. With these consequences in mind, it’s important to consider whether or not yelling is worth it. We might feel better momentarily but after time, those who are subjected to our anger will find themselves angry with us. We must remember that people who yell are often their own worst enemy because they end up hurting themselves more than they hurt others. When we stop caring about how we make others feel, what happens next? For many people, their mental health may start to decline. They may experience frequent headaches, poor sleeping patterns, and even an increased risk of suicide. If you want to live your best life while helping others do the same, then please don’t yell!

* How Yelling Affects the Brain
Yelling at someone can cause a range of negative emotions for both the person who’s yelling and the person who is being yelled at. It may be satisfying to yell, but it won’t make you feel good afterward. Plus, repeated yelling can have some serious effects on your brain. For example, one study found that people who were yelled at showed more activity in the part of the brain responsible for fear and panic than those who weren’t. So if you’re constantly yelling at your kids, they’re going to live in constant fear and anxiety! In addition, when we are yelled at, we show increased activity in our amygdala (the fight-or-flight response), which causes stress responses like an increased heart rate or high blood pressure. Yelling also increases inflammation levels. All this means that not only does anger hurt the people around us when we yell, but it also hurts us! We need to figure out ways to communicate with each other without using aggression. when we yell, it affects how well our voice will work afterwards. Yelling at high volumes causes tiny ruptures in the vocal chords that may not be noticeable right away but they can lead to soreness or even shortness of breath later on. In addition, yelling lowers the levels of oxygen in your blood which could lead to other health complications like decreased immunity. Remember: I’m right here, please don’t yell!

  • * Yelling doesn’t work Yelling only escalates the situation and frustrates both people involved. If yelling does happen, it’s important to apologize for being out of control – no matter how difficult it is. The next time you feel yourself getting too heated, pause for just a moment. Take a couple deep breathes and relax your mood and tone of voice. Think about the situation and is it worth the effort to yell?

Yelling seems to be a momentarily relief for some. But yelling has long term health effects, that are often ignored. Not only do you hurt the one who is being yelled at, you’re hurting yourself as well. So before you get heated, take a couple deep breathes. Change your tone of voice, walk away, and calm down. So next time you start to raise your voice, breathe in and stop. Is yelling worth hurting another person? Think about it, yelling impacts lives today, tomorrow, and permanently. Are you okay with impacting your children, family, or friends because yelling is part of your routine? “Please Don’t Yell, I am right here”.

Until our beautiful minds meet again, be safe out there. Many blessings and much love. Remember Everyday Minds Matter -Della 💞🦋

I’m Right, Here! The Highs and Lows of Being Needed All the Time

Being Needed…

It’s been called needy, codependent and other names, but when it’s someone close to you and you love them dearly, nothing else seems to matter. You want to take care of them and make them happy; you want to be there whenever they need you and anticipate their needs as if they were your own.

  • * Feeling like you’re always needed
    I often feel like I’m needed all the time, which is great because it’s an ego boost. However, sometimes it gets to be too much. I find myself constantly checking my phone or thinking about who needs me next. I have to remind myself that I need me too, and take some time for myself. Sometimes when I do this, I notice how it affects other people in a positive way. They are more productive and happier when they’re not worried about me being there for them at any moment. Being needed has its upsides, but also has its downsides. For example, as soon as you stop needing someone else, they start feeling neglected. It can be hard to balance the highs and lows of wanting to help others while still caring for yourself.
  • *Having to be in control all the time
    The neediness can be overwhelming at times, but it has its perks. You know you have people who rely on you. It’s empowering to be needed. But some days, I just feel like I’m a puppet being pulled around by my strings, with no say in what goes on in my life or theirs. I don’t want to be co-dependent or codependent, but it seems inevitable when you’re involved with someone who needs you all the time. When they ask for your opinion and validation, even if they already know what you’re going to say because they already asked before, it makes me feel so important. ( A thought that doesn’t cross my mind) And then there are the moments where everything comes crashing down and they make me feel powerless. Moments where they demand things from me, not knowing how much I’m struggling myself. Moments where you try to be strong and put on that happy face, but inside you’re dying. It leaves me wondering if this is worth it? Those are just overwhelming emotions that come with being needed. In time, those trying moments do pass.

*Dealing with the emotional ups and downs
There are many challenges that come with being needed all the time. It can be very rewarding, but you also have to find your balance. You always need to make time for yourself, or else it can get overwhelming. There will be days when you feel like everything is going well, and then there are days where you are at rock bottom with no one to talk to about what’s going on in your head. On those days, finding someone who understands how you feel is crucial.
It is important to remember that not everyone experiences this feeling on a daily basis; some people do not even experience this feeling at all!
There are ways of self-care that may seem silly, but they really work. These things may include journaling , deep breathing, or listening to music. I’ve found that during times when I’m feeling so anxious I don’t know what to do with myself, writing down my thoughts gives me clarity and helps me put things into perspective again. You need to take care of yourself before you are able to take care of others – and even if it means saying “no” from time to time! I know that word “no’ is far fetched from my vocabulary. It’s okay to say ‘no” to feel your own inner needs at times. One”no” I can’t today, will give you a feeling of clarity. Clarity of peace of mind and a moment of fresh breathe. It’s okay because it generally works out. Everything is okay, saying yes or no. It’s just fine, and everyone is okay, 😁

  • *The physical toll it takes
    Neediness is draining. It’s one thing to have an emotional attachment to someone else, but it’s another when you’re expected to be at their beck and call. You start feeling more like a servant than a significant other. And you’re not even sure if it’s just this person or all people in general, which doesn’t make things any better for your self-esteem. If anything, they are doing you a favor by accepting your company at all – so they must want to see you too? Sometimes it feels as though there is no real meaning behind anything. There is no love or emotion involved in what should be relationships. When I am needed, I feel desired. I love how much he needs me when he wakes up in the morning before going to work. He can barely get out of bed without holding onto my arm first and having me with him while he drinks his coffee. When I’m not needed anymore, I need to be able to give myself permission to say no. My friends keep telling me that these feelings will pass, that it’s not worth getting caught up in something that won’t last. But how do you know until it ends? How do you know if something is worth giving up your life for now because tomorrow may never come?

*The mental challenges
I’ve found that being needed all the time can have its highs as well as its lows. One day, you may be feeling like you are the most important person to someone else, but then another day they’ll ignore your text message or call. You start to question what they’re doing with their life, and why they don’t want you around. It’s hard not to take it personally, especially when you’re putting in so much effort. It becomes difficult to maintain composure when things seem like they are going downhill. One minute, you’re at the top of your game – making a difference in this world and impacting people’s lives. And then the next moment, you feel powerless again because something goes wrong and there is nothing left for you to do. You feel useless because there was no way for you to control it or prevent it from happening

  • *Life happens Sometimes we meet up with challenges that are beyond our control. Life takes turns for the worst sometimes, and we can only hope for better days ahead. When we face these challenges head on instead of letting them overcome us, we gain more than just relief from stress.. We gain wisdom and strength in knowing how to handle similar situations in the future!. These challenges push us out of our comfort zones, which can be both mentally and physically exhausting. But overcoming these obstacles leaves you feeling powerful! Not many other things in life leave you feeling this strong after getting through it!

Feeling needed is great at times. The neediness catches up to our well-being, unexpectedly. Leaving us feeling that another person may inhibit doing for themselves when able. Taking advantage of your time and your own personal space. If you feel overwhelmed, it’s okay. The feelings will pass when you regain your space and time. Being needed is a rewarding feeling. Those feelings can be overwhelming when challenges occur. It’s okay to set boundaries and maintain your own need of physical and mental health.

Until our beautiful minds meet again, be safe out there. Many blessings and much love. Remember Everyday Minds Matter -Della 💞🦋

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How To Be Honest With Yourself About Your Mental Health Status

It’s no secret that mental health is a taboo topic. We don’t like to talk about it, and when we do, we often sugarcoat the truth. But if we’re ever going to break the stigma around mental health, it’s important that we start being honest with ourselves about our own mental health status.

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Honesty is important for a number of reasons. Firstly, it can help you understand your mental health status. If you’re honest with yourself about how you’re feeling, you can more easily identify when something isn’t quite right. Secondly, honesty can help you seek help from professionals. If you’re honest about your mental health problems, you’re more likely to seek out treatment and support. Finally, honesty can also lead to better mental health outcomes. Studies have shown that people who are honest about their mental health problems are more likely to recover from them than those who aren’t.

Of course, there are also some risks associated with being honest about your mental health. Dishonesty can lead to mental health problems, as well as emotional distress. It’s important to weigh up the risks and benefits before deciding whether or not to be honest about your mental health status.

So what’s the bottom line? Honesty is always the best policy when it comes tomentalhealth. Being truthful with yourself – and with others – will help you better understand and manage yourmentalhealthstatus.

The Importance of Honesty in Mental Health

Why honesty is important

Mental health is an important part of our overall well-being. It includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices.

Good mental health is not just the absence of mental illness. Everyone has times when they feel worried, stressed, or sad. But if these feelings don’t go away or if they interfere with your daily life, it could be a sign of a mental health problem.

Mental health problems are common among adults and children in the United States. In fact, about 1 in 5 adults experiences a mental illness in any given year. And 1 in 6 children aged 6–17 experiences a mental health disorder each year. Mental health disorders are real medical conditions that affect a person’s thinking, feeling, mood, ability to relate to others, and daily functioning.

Treating mental health disorders can help people live happy and productive lives. But first, people need to recognize that they have a problem. That’s where honesty comes in.

How to be honest with yourself

The first step to getting treatment for a mental health disorder is acknowledging that you have one. That might seem like a simple task, but it can be hard to be honest with yourself—especially if you’re used to putting on a brave face or downplaying your problems.

Here are some tips for being honest with yourself about your mental health:

· Pay attention to your thoughts and emotions: Do you find yourself frequently worrying or feeling down? Do you have negative thoughts about yourself? Do you avoid socializing because you’re afraid of what other people will think? If you’re noticing changes in your thoughts or emotions that are affecting your daily life, it’s time to talk to someone about your mental health.

· Be aware of changes in your behavior: Have you been drinking more alcohol than usual? Are you using drugs? Are you withdrawing from friends and activities that you used to enjoy? Changes in behavior can be signs of underlying mental health problems.

· Talk to someone who knows you well: A friend or family member who knows you well can often spot changes in your mood or behavior before you do. If someone close to you has expressed concern about your mental state, take their opinion seriously—even if it’s hard to hear what they have to say.

· Seek professional help: If you’re struggling to cope with your thoughts or emotions, it’s important to seek professional help. A mental health professional can assess your symptoms and give you a diagnosis. They can also provide you with treatment options and support.

The Benefits of Honesty in Mental Health

Honesty can help you understand your mental health status

It is important to be honest with yourself about your mental health in order to fully understand your current state. This includes being honest about how you are feeling, what kind of thoughts you are having, and any symptoms you may be experiencing. Once you have a better understanding of your mental health status, it will be easier to identify when something is off and seek help when necessary.

Honesty can help you seek help from professionals

If you are honest with yourself about your mental health, it will be easier to identify when you need professional help. Seeking help from a therapist or psychiatrist can be immensely beneficial in managing mental health conditions. Furthermore, honesty is important when working with mental health professionals in order to get the most accurate diagnosis and treatment plan.

The Consequences of Dishonesty in Mental Health

Dishonesty can lead to mental health problems

Mental health problems can arise when people are dishonest about their feelings or thoughts. When someone is in denial about their mental state, they may begin to experience anxiety, depression, or other issues. It’s important to be honest with yourself so that you can identify any potential mental health problems and seek professional help if needed.

Dishonesty can lead to emotional distress

Emotional distress can occur when people bottle up their emotions or try to hide them from others. This can lead to feelings of isolation, loneliness, and low self-worth. If you’re not honest with yourself about how you’re feeling, it can be difficult to manage your emotions and cope with stress in a healthy way.

It is important to be honest with yourself about your mental health status in order to understand your condition and seek proper help. Honesty can be difficult, but it is worth it to get the most accurate picture of your mental health. Dishonesty about your mental health can lead to serious consequences, so it is always best to be truthful.

Until our beautiful minds meet again, be safe out there. Many blessings and much love. Remember Everyday Minds Matter -Della 🦋💕

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💲A Dollar to Health & Happiness💲

Happiness is being the Boss
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Empty Pockets and Self Employed Happiness

The psychological benefits of work are often more important to self-employed people than the financial rewards. This is because they place a higher value on feeling useful and productive. Moreover, they believe that being their own boss gives them more control over their work. This means that they can be more creative and can work more effectively.

Stress

A recent survey suggests that the self-employed are less likely to be happy. However, it does not answer the question of why they feel such disproportionate stress. The cost of health insurance may play a role. Another factor may be that self-employed people do not have the same benefits as employees.

Life satisfaction

The idea that being self-employed and having an empty pocket can boost life satisfaction isn’t new. In fact, it’s been around since the Marshall Plan. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has developed an index to measure the overall quality of life. It includes eleven different criteria for measuring life satisfaction. According to the OECD, the U.S. ranks 17th out of 36 countries.

According to a new study, self-employment and happiness increase life satisfaction. This association may be due to the fact that self-employed people tend to have lower levels of education and income, and they’re also more likely to live in areas with high unemployment rates. Additionally, many self-employed individuals to opt into entrepreneurship by accident, rather than voluntarily choosing it. Despite these differences, prior studies have indicated that entrepreneurship is associated with higher life satisfaction.

As life has enough stress, being flexible can help reduce stressors. A new way after COVID-19 has more individuals taking on self-employment. The opportunity can be mental and physically rewarding for your health. It’s important to understand that money can be made, health can’t always wait. Changes can be challenging, with happiness the transition can be favorable. A Dollar to Health & happiness.

Until our beautiful minds meet again, be safe out there. Many blessings and much love. Remember Everyday Minds Matter-Della 💞🦋

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Falling Out of Love But Still Living Together

Remember When?
Remember When?
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Falling out of love can be a difficult thing for both you and your partner. If you feel like your love has gone cold, you need to know that this is normal. Either you and your partner are growing together or you are growing apart. Neither of these situations are under your control, but there are some things you can do to help your relationship recover. Often, people assume that just because they feel love for each other will keep them together forever. But if you want your love life to last, you need to put effort into the relationship.

Reasons why people fall out of love

When a relationship starts to wane, it can be difficult to maintain the intensity of your love for your partner. The challenges that you face together can make the bond between you weaken. In some cases, your partner may start to harbor feelings for another person, and you may feel like your love is worthless.

Falling out of love is not a dramatic change; it’s a gradual decline in your feelings for your partner over time. It can be caused by a number of small changes that gradually pull you apart from one another. For example, you may have different interests or goals. Or, you may have changed so much that you no longer see each other as the same person you were when you fell in love.

There are many reasons why a relationship can break up, but most of them are fairly similar. If the line between in love and out of love were clearly defined, it would be easier for relationships to survive. But, no relationship is perfect. There will be make-or-break points for most relationships. And, no matter the reasons, relationships require hard work and compromise.

Signs that love is gone in a relationship

The signs that love is gone in a relationship can range from a lack of conversation to the use of excuses. When you no longer have a desire to spend quality time with your partner, you may want to end the relationship. It’s also possible that your partner is hypercritical or even avoids complimenting you.

Another sign that love is gone is an unwavering disinterest. You might not even see your partner in the future. Or you may cringe at the thought of spending any time with your partner. If this is the case, the relationship might be better off without you. Take time to think about your future and ask yourself if you’d rather be alone. Does the thought of being with your partner fill you with dread or happiness?

Another sign that love is gone in a relationship is the feeling of being content when your partner is not around. Previously, you enjoyed your partner’s company and spent time doing various activities together. Now, your partner is distant and aloof, and he/she is unable to share the parts of himself that made you fall in love with him. This makes the relationship feel more like a roommate relationship instead of a relationship.

Rethinking commonalities to fall back in love

When you feel as though your relationship is slipping away from you, it’s time to take a step back and rethink your commonalities. You may have started to focus more on yourself than on your partner, and this can lead to a feeling that you have little in common. Instead, it’s time to focus on the hurdles you face together as a couple. This could be anything from finances to parenting.

Getting over feelings for a love interest

Getting over feelings for a love interest is not impossible, even if you disagree with each other on many issues. However, if you’re determined to get over someone, you must learn to be independent. You can’t keep contacting them, even if you want to. Instead, spend time with your friends. Maintaining friendship isn’t always a bad idea, especially if your relationship was healthy.

The first step to getting over someone is to acknowledge the truth. You need to accept that your feelings for someone are unrequited and stop hoping that things will change. After you’ve done this, you can start the healing process. If you’ve been in love with someone for a long time, it’s time to stop hoping that things will change. You should acknowledge your feelings of sadness and know that it is natural to be sad for a while. As we grow inside our as humans our needs, desires and attractions change. It’s okay to experience the change in emotions when it comes to love.

Change in love, can fade without noticing right away. Different emotions are expected. It’s important to understand that it’s not always presented. Listen to your well-being and your needs. The mental and physical health can suffer. Love is beautiful, love can be the most painful experience, as well.

Until our beautiful minds meet again, be safe out there. Many blessings and much love. Remember Everyday Minds Matter-Della 💞🦋

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