It has been found that reading improves memory and is a far better activity than any other leisure time activity like watching television or listening to the radio. When you are reading parts of the brain gets involved in vision, language, and associative learning. Reading spurts your brain to think and concentrate. It keeps the mind young which is why it is very often recommended for aged people. It also guards against mental illnesses like Alzheimer’s and Dementia in elderly people. Reading can help melt way stress and keep stress hormones like cortical in check.
Reading promotes empathy and concentration
Relating to the lives of the character helps you to understand other’s feelings and gives you the ability to deal with your problems. It may meet you to meet your goals in life as you relate to a character who had overcome many obstacles. Reading improves focus and concentration as well. In today’s times, we are so busy multi-tasking that we hardly focus or concentrate on any one thing for a long time. Reading helps us to focus and concentrate. Continue reading
Marriage rates supposedly are on the decline. According to statistic that 50 percent of first marriages end in divorce, that number has remained unchanged for the past 30 years.
Since, when divorce does happen, it results in difficulties for adults as well as children. For adults, divorce can be one of life’s most stressful life events. The decision to divorce often is met with ambivalence and uncertainty about the future. If children are involved, they may experience negative effects such as denial, feelings of abandonment, anger, blame, guilt, preoccupation with reconciliation, and acting out.
While divorce may be necessary and the healthiest choice for some, others may wish to try to salvage whatever is left of the union. When couples encounter problems or issues, they may wonder when it is appropriate to seek marriage counseling. Continue reading