Relaxing

How My Brain Injury Taught Me to Relax

Alana Hurov | Posted 03.06.2013 | Canada Living
Alana Hurov

I used to thrive on stress and deadlines. Everything changed a few years ago, when I suffered a concussion. I was forced to "live in the moment" and slow down. As a yogi for many years, I never truly understood the meaning of "letting go" and "being present" until my brain injury. I didn't have the choice, rushing through my life was no longer an option.

Sticky Situation: Julie's GPS

Julie Blais Comeau | Posted 09.24.2012 | Canada Living
Julie Blais Comeau

A lot of my professional peers get rid of their stress through exercise and playing sports; solo, in groups or on teams. Some of my girlfriends do spiritual relaxation. They are seeking inner peace by meditating or doing yoga. Personally, I like to do chores and go shopping!

A Naturally Anxious Guy's Tips To Relaxation

Josh Bowman | Posted 08.14.2012 | Canada Living
Josh Bowman

Life is stressful. You wake up late. Or you wake up with allergies or a headache. You make it out the door, only to get crushed in the subway, stuck in traffic, or nearly 'doored' on your bike. You get into work, and you are already behind. Sometimes it feels endless. As a naturally depressed and anxious person, here are some things I suggest you do to relax...

Relax!

Jowita Bydlowska | Posted 10.04.2011 | Canada
Jowita Bydlowska

In my childhood, my mother would barge into my room early in the morning, her shrill voice like a bucket of ice water over my head. Sometimes, when I would complain, my mother would bellow, "Relax!" I used to be upset, but now I know that she was just training me to deal with the world in which she grew up.