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I was sitting in front of a client. It was at the end of our session when we were reviewing all the tools he could use throughout the week to manage depression and anxiety. He said, let me write it down because when I need them I may forget. "Great idea", I said. We reviewed them and he took notes. Then it happened again and again where I would encourage clients to write down these tools to remember them when needed.

Then I thought, I should actually write it for them so they can access them easily. That is how the idea of this book came about. As I offer this book to all those who can benefit from it, my hope is to give back to the universe, what I have learned throughout the years about managing emotions and living a joyful and purposeful life. My deepest wish is for it to reach the hands of those who can benefit from it and who can change the course of their lives. Love and light!
DEPRESSION & ANXIETY have been on the rise since the pandemic. If not treated, they can get worse. Here are some effective ways to ease sadness and anxiety. https://lifepulsecenter.com/managing-emotions/

You can take charge of your life and your happiness. Need to feel motivated? Follow these steps to change the quality of your day, become more productive, and enjoy your life:
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Get out and exercise
2. Go for a walk every day
3. Talk to a friend
4. Eat more vegetables and fruits
5. Write your thoughts and feelings down
6. Take deep breaths and practice mindfulness

If you are still unmotivated, talk to an expert. YOU DESERVE A RICH LIFE!

04/26/2022

30 ways to reduce stress, in honor of Stress Awareness Month. For the entire month of April, we will be sharing daily stress reduction tips! We hope these simple reminders help you cope with your stress.

As you know, stress can negatively impact many aspects of your body and mind. Take some time for yourself each day for your physical, mental and spiritual self-care. If you don't take care of yourself first you can not help anyone else around you, so at the very least do it for the greater good!

@tamarkozapp

How to recognize gaslighting and respond to it 04/16/2022

How to recognize gaslighting and respond to it

How to recognize gaslighting and respond to it The term gets thrown around a lot, but gaslighting is a very specific form of abuse.

🎟 Positive Emotions for Wellbeing 04/13/2022

🎟 Positive Emotions for Wellbeing

🎟 Positive Emotions for Wellbeing Get your tickets on Eventbrite!

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Your therapist will facilitate a lot of changes that will take place in your life,
but the real expert is always you because, ultimately, no one knows you better than you do.

New edition released soon! Get exclusive content of Dr. Farnoosh Nouri’s book: ‘So Long Depression’ by joining the mission to improve mental health and wellbeing globally: https://www.solongdepression.com/book-launch-team

Timeline photos 01/31/2022

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What is the role of our electromagnetic bodies in our moods and how we experience life?

New edition released soon! Get exclusive content of Dr. Farnoosh Nouri’s book: ‘So Long Depression’ by joining the mission to improve mental health and wellbeing globally: https://www.solongdepression.com/book-launch-team

01/24/2022

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Journaling with a Purpose

Join us for International Time to Talk day on February 4th, 2022 and get exclusive content of Dr. Farnoosh Nouri’s book: ‘So Long Depression’ by joining the mission to improve mental health and wellbeing globally: https://www.solongdepression.com/book-launch-team

12/31/2021

Good morning Poetry lovers ❤️❤️
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Join us for International Time to Talk day on February 4th, 2022 and get exclusive content of Dr. Farnoosh Nouri’s book: ‘So Long Depression’ by joining the mission to improve mental health and wellbeing globally: https://www.solongdepression.com/book-launch-team

12/29/2021

Someone recently told me that emotions are chemical levels in your brain and your body is constantly trying to maintain equilibrium. So if one emotion sky rockets, that chemical becomes flagged and signals the tear duct to open as an exit to release that emotion packaged neatly within a tear. It’s why we feel more stable after crying, as if whatever emotion we were feeling had been released and we were refreshed. This is also why tears from different emotions look different under an electron microscope. They’re literally made up of different things. According to Joseph Stromberg of the Smithsonian’s College of Arts and Sciences, happy tears are structurally different than sad tears than angry tears than overwhelmed tears etc. Different types of tears have distinct molecules. Emotional tears have protein-based hormones including the neurotransmitter leucine enkephalin, which is a natural painkiller that is released when we are stressed. (Photography by Rose-Lynn Fisher )

How solitude can help you regulate your mood : Life Kit 12/24/2021

How solitude can help you regulate your mood : Life Kit

How solitude can help you regulate your mood : Life Kit Everyone needs a little alone time, but with the current pandemic, you might have either too much "me" time or not enough. Let's get that balance back. This episode breaks down some of the research behind what makes even small bouts of solitude restorative and what to do when you're alone too much.

10/11/2021
So Long, Depression: Learn what is keeping you unmotivated and how you can alter your mood without medication 08/22/2021

So Long, Depression: Learn what is keeping you unmotivated and how you can alter your mood without medication

I was sitting in front of a client. It was at the end of our session when we were reviewing all the tools he could use throughout the week to manage depression and anxiety. He said, let me write it down because when I need them I may forget. "Great idea", I said. We reviewed them and he took notes. Then it happened again and again where I would encourage clients to write down these tools to remember them when needed.

Then I thought, I should actually write it for them so they can access them easily. That is how the idea of this book came about. As I offer this book to all those who can benefit from it, my hope is to give back to the universe, what I have learned throughout the years about managing emotions and living a joyful and purposeful life. My deepest wish is for it to reach the hands of those who can benefit from it and who can change the course of their lives. Love and light!

So Long, Depression: Learn what is keeping you unmotivated and how you can alter your mood without medication So Long, Depression: Learn what is keeping you unmotivated and how you can alter your mood without medication

Timeline Photos 05/27/2021

Timeline Photos

It has been one year since George Floyd was murdered and today is a painful reminder that the profound trauma and grief caused by systemic racism have neither an end date nor a quick fix.

As mental health professionals, we have an ethical responsibility to address the effects of racism and work to dismantle it through our daily practice. Thank you to all of our members and other mental health care professionals who work tirelessly each day to serve their clients and address this ongoing and collective health crisis. https://bit.ly/2QONFDd

05/25/2021

Mental Health Awareness Month: Day 23

Practicing gratitude helps with your mental health wellness by reducing anxiety and depression, increasing positive emotions, and boosting your feel-good chemicals like dopamine.

“Wear gratitude like a cloak and it will feed every corner of your life.” Rumi

04/28/2021

Is every day a struggle? Here are some tips to give you the energy you need so you can keep going:
1. take a break
2. go out for a walk
3. wear vibrant colors
4. journal and write about your thoughts and feelings, ending it with gratitude
5. talk to someone
6. stay connected to those you feel safe with
7. play music and dance to the music
8. meditate
9. seek professional help if needed

02/21/2021

Know the warning signs... Pain is not always obvious. If you or someone you know is in crisis, call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). For immediate help dial 9-1-1.

UTSW's 'Game-Changer' in Treating Meth Addiction - D Magazine 02/13/2021

UTSW's 'Game-Changer' in Treating Meth Addiction - D Magazine

UTSW's 'Game-Changer' in Treating Meth Addiction - D Magazine New research finds that a combination of existing drug therapies offers a significant improvement to treating the epidemic.

01/30/2021

Join us next week for another edition of Wellness Live. Our topic will be Planting Hope.
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Managing Emotions - LifePulse Center 01/21/2021

Managing Emotions - LifePulse Center

DEPRESSION & ANXIETY have been on the rise since the pandemic. If not treated, they can get worse. Here are some effective ways to ease sadness and anxiety. https://lifepulsecenter.com/managing-emotions/

Managing Emotions - LifePulse Center Depression and anxiety have been on the rise since the pandemic. Many are not equipped enough to emotionally handle the stress of these trying times. It is not easy but the more equipped we are in managing emotions, the better we can navigate our way through these stressful times. Here…

01/19/2021

Join us.

01/06/2021

If you are experiencing violence during COVID-19:
🤝 Reach out to supportive family, friends or neighbours
📞 Call a hotline or access information online if possible
🆘 Seek out local services for survivors

01/05/2021

Join us next Wednesday, January 6th for Wellness Live: Accepting Change.
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12/31/2020
12/29/2020

Be the one who nurtures hope every day for yourself and everyone else around you; especially those who feel isolated, alone, and hopeless.

Suicide has been on the rise since the beginning of the pandemic. We are hearing about those who have died from suicide and those who are just done, tired, and exhausted. Just exhausted! Lifestyles have changed, relationships have changed, jobs have been lost or changed, you name it. There is change everywhere and from every direction. Change, change, change. Sickness and fear have taken over people’s lives and keeping our spirit up is extremely challenging at times like this.

I ask myself what can I do? What can we do? How can we change this? How can we stop the next person from death or sickness? Well, the truth is the physicians and those in medical fields are doing the best they can, professionals in mental health are doing the best they can. They too are exhausted, but everyone is pushing through. We are all pushing through.

For those who feel they have reached the end of the rope and find it really hard to go any longer, it seems impossible to hang on. But what if we knew there is more that we cannot see right now? What if we didn’t conclude about the outcome based on what our senses perceive this moment? What if we could have a little hope that once we reach the end of this road there is a turn where everything will be different? Only if we were certain about this, we would have more energy and hope to push through.

The thing is what gives us energy is that hope. If we have hope, we can push through so many challenges. Hope means I am not going to define life based on my momentary experience. Hope means I will keep reminding myself of those times that things changed. Hope means based on past life experiences I know this will change. Hope means I look beyond what is on the surface and go deeper with the message behind the experiences. Hope means I will close my eyes, take a deep breath, and hear my own heartbeat and ask about the purpose and message behind all this. Hope means I will play a different music every day, a different melody, and remember there is a flow to life that has ups and downs; when things go low, eventually there will be a lift even though I may not see it now.

Be the agent of hope during these challenging times.

Faith Nouri, Ph.D.
www.LifePulseCenter.com

12/11/2020

Project Forgive

LifePulse Center - Counseling & Consulting updated their information in their About section. 12/08/2020

LifePulse Center - Counseling & Consulting updated their information in their About section.

LifePulse Center - Counseling & Consulting updated their information in their About section.

LifePulse Center ™ 12/08/2020

LifePulse Center ™

Depression and Anxiety are the two most debilitating disorders that stop us from fully living our lives. If you or anyone you know is struggling now, encourage them to not wait and get help.

LifePulse Center ™ Your partner in making positive change

LifePulse Center ™ 12/08/2020

LifePulse Center ™

The last thing we need to do now is to sit with depression and anxiety and allow it to take over our lives. If you know of anyone who is struggling with depression or anxiety, encourage them to seek help now and not allow it to get worse.

LifePulse Center ™ Your partner in making positive change

Why Narcissists Can Be So Antagonistic 11/21/2020

Why Narcissists Can Be So Antagonistic

Why Narcissists Can Be So Antagonistic How people become callous or ruthless. callous in specific ways.

mailchi.mp 11/04/2020

Live event today @ noon

Live event today @ noon - https://mailchi.mp/4cab88bfab4b/live-event-today-noon

mailchi.mp Join me on this live event today at noon to learn more about ways to manage anxiety.  https://www.instagram.com/sufipsychology/?hl=en

10/29/2020

Sufi Psychology Association

In times of stress, when our resources are low, we may feel like somehow we are not enough. That couldn’t be further from the truth. We have everything we need and are as we should be. Sometimes it’s about shifting our expectations instead of ourselves.
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10/11/2020

Sufi Psychology Association

To learn more about this initiative visit www.caring4ourcaregivers.org (link in bio)

09/23/2020

Gregg Braden

09/18/2020

Phoenix Center

If today is a difficult day for you, here’s a story...

"Today was a Difficult Day," said Pooh.

There was a pause.

"Do you want to talk about it?" asked Piglet.

"No," said Pooh after a bit. "No, I don't think I do."

"That's okay," said Piglet, and he came and sat beside his friend.

"What are you doing?" asked Pooh.

"Nothing, really," said Piglet. "Only, I know what Difficult Days are like. I quite often don't feel like talking about it on my Difficult Days either.”

"But goodness," continued Piglet, "Difficult Days are so much easier when you know you've got someone there for you. And I'll always be here for you, Pooh."

And as Pooh sat there, working through in his head his Difficult Day, while the solid, reliable Piglet sat next to him quietly, swinging his little legs…he thought that his best friend had never been more right."

A.A. Milne

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