How reading for six minutes can be enough to reduce stress levels and increases your brain power?
Studies have shown that reading stimulates the brain and researchers have found that it can reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s and dementia, by keeping your mind engaged.
Reading, in the recent years, has lost its appeal. People prefer mobiles and gadgets than reading an actual book. There is a debate between paper books and e-readers. Some talk about the sentimental versus the practical. However, focusing can be challenging, and gadgets tend to reduce concentration. A book, on the other hand, does the opposite and helps you increase your focus.
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HOW DO you INTERPRET CHALLENGES AND SETBACKS?AS A SIGN OF GROWTH OR IS IT AN INTERNAL MONOLOGUE FROM A JUDGING ONE?
There is growth in every challenge and learning to use them are crucial for our happiness.
Let me tell you a story that illustrates how I started to create a mindset for growth. For over ten years I have been personally involved in caring for my husband who has a hip disability. In the early stages, I didn’t realise that I was taking on the caring role and the additional responsibility.
It was until I began to notice that our lives as a couple were starting to be different, from being an active couple, enjoying travelling and having a busy social life all of that was gradually changing.
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