15 signs that you're emotionally intelligent

It's all too easy to lose control of our emotions. That's why emotional intelligence, known as EI or EQ, is so important. The ability to identify emotions (in yourself and others), to understand their powerful effect, and to use that information to guide thinking and behavior can greatly increase the chances of successfully achieving your goals. Like any ability, the skills of emotional...

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WIN 2 ALL-IRELAND FINAL FOOTBALL TICKETS

LIKE AND SHARE The best reason posted on why you should get the tickets - will be the winner. Winner anounced on Facebook on Wednesday 14th September at 9pm. Good luck!

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WIN 2 ALL-IRELAND FINAL FOOTBALL TICKETS

LIKE AND SHARE The best reason posted on why you should get the tickets - will be the winner. Winner anounced on Facebook on Wednesday 14th September at 9pm. Good luck!

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7 Surprising Benefits of Exercise

1. Exercise is great for your brain. It’s linked to less depression, better memory and quicker learning. Studies also suggest that exercise is, as of now, the best way to prevent or delay the onset of Alzheimer’s disease, a major fear for many Americans. Scientists don’t know exactly why exercise changes the structure and function of the brain, but it’s an area of active research. So far, they’ve...

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How to Start an Exercise Routine and Stick to It

If you're like a lot of people, you made a resolution to start exercising this year, but you didn't see it through. Maybe you were too busy, afraid of hurting yourself or just hate going to the gym. If you fall into this camp, don't give up yet. Science has found a number of ways to boost your chances of keeping up an exercise routine. To find out the best way to start exercising, Live Science...

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Could Paracetamol heal a broken heart?

It’s August and that means co-eds from across the nation are heading back to college. Along with saying goodbye to the lazy days of summer, many may find themselves saying “buh-bye” to their relationships. What’s one to do when their high school sweetheart or summer crush has gone away? A look back at past research suggests acetaminophen (Tylenol) may help cushion the blow of a broken heart. Let’...

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Are you addicted to food? It's not about willpower, read to find out.

Have you ever heard a friend exclaim that a certain dessert – flourless chocolate cake, say – is “totally addictive”? For some people, this is just a breezy exaggeration. They mean that they liked the cake very much and perhaps ate more than they meant to. But for other people, chocolate cake is addictive in a more literal sense. Perhaps you can relate to feeling out of control around certain...

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E-Cigarettes: Are they safe and effective? Whats the real story?

E-Cigarettes: Are they safe and effective? Scientific studies showing that electronic cigarettes actually help people to stop smoking are few and far between. But that isn't stopping many smokers, as well as a few experts, from giving e-cigarettes the benefit of the doubt. A new controversial opinion piece goes so far as to suggest that e-cigarettes could bring about the "demise" of traditional...

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