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Tap Your Way To Health in 2013!

Learn how to “tap” out old blocks and install new approaches in just 15 minutes using acupuncture spots on your body!  Wholistic Healthcare’s very own Jen Hewat will teach you how to free yourself from old habits,  break sugar addictions,  old food indulgences and detox,  and become more active and physically fit at this unique event held at the Advanced Wellness Center  (33747 N. Scottsdale Rd. Suite 115, Scottsdale, AZ 85266).  Along with Jen,   Nutritionist Christie Christiaens will be there sharing the secrets to her New Year Detox.  Don’t miss out on this wonderful event for only $20 held this Thursday, January 24 at 7:00 pm.  Seating is limited so reserve your spot today by calling 410-274-6376!

 

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Tap Your Way into Health

Learning To Be Happy

It may not be possible to be happy all the time, but it’s certainly worth aiming for! Sometimes just a little stress can cause unhappiness. Other times it’s something more serious, like losing your direction in life or questioning the value of a relationship.
Everyone experiences such dilemmas—you are not alone. It can be difficult to find the right answers, but one thing is for sure: we all want to be happy. Fortunately there are many ways to regain the happiness we seek in our lives.
One way is to develop an internal locus of control. Optimists tend to be more happy than pessimists, partly because they maintain an internal locus of control—a belief that they are in control of their own fate. They believe that they have the power inside of them to fix whatever problems come their way, and they reject acting like a victim. They experience less stress and they believe they are free to address problems in accordance with their own values, not someone else’s.
Those with an external locus of control feel powerless in the face of external circumstances, and let those circumstances dictate who they are. They may not be motivated to move beyond their current situation because they feel it is out of their control. They feel more stressed because they keep dealing with the same situations over and over again, which fuels their unhappiness, and the cycle continues to repeat itself.
Another way to find happiness is to change your environment. While this is certainly much easier said than done, making small changes in your surroundings can result in a big change in your outlook on life. Sometimes changing just one person or one situation can change your perspective drastically.
Try introducing yourself to someone you’ve seen many times at the coffee shop to bring a new experience into your life. Drop a romantic relationship that may be holding you back. This might free you up for new relationships – romantic or otherwise. Or reinvigorate a long lost or forgotten passion – a hobby, a sport, or a talent. The environment around that passion may have changed over time, so a familiar environment also becomes a new environment. The familiarity will help you ease back into the pursuit, but the unknown will motivate you to learn more about it. And opening up brand new passions releases you to explore new and exciting worlds to take your mind off things that make you unhappy.
Life coach Loree Bischoff’s mission is to help you rediscover yourself and find happiness again. Your partnership with Loree is designed to focus on your interests, challenges, and goals. She will help you find answers that are already within you, and common-sense solutions to life’s questions.
In her new book, Common Sense Happiness: 5 Principles for People Who Want To Stop Whining, Bitching, and Suffering, Loree outlines five principles that can help you eliminate the frustrations that plague you and find the sweet spot in life! For more information, visit http://www.commonsensehappiness.com.

Author Loree Bischoff Says “Stop Whining, Bitching and Suffering”

(Scottsdale, AZ) – During life’s toughest moments, we often lose direction. We can sometimes lose a piece of ourselves when we become overburdened by sadness, stress and pain. It can be difficult to get back on track. Some of us completely lose hope and give up on the idea that we can ever be truly happy.

It’s during these times that we need a personal life coach that can help us get unstuck and break loose from old patterns of thinking and behavior that sabotage us. Loree Bischoff, personal coach and author of the newly released book titled Common Sense Happiness – Five Principals for People Who Want to Stop Whining, Bitching and Suffering gives readers her candid guidance. Bischoff quickly gets her clients on their feet and looking at the world through a new perspective. Bischoff creates an inoffensive and seemingly easy and direct approach to loving life and learning to be happy.

“Life is both too long and too short to be anything less than what you want it to be. There is simply no good reason to spend any time being miserable, unfulfilled, mad, less than happy or stuck in a rut.”

Author Bischoff asks, “Are you unhappy even when you’re having fun? Are other people the reason you’re crabby and unhappy? Do you think you’re not educated enough or rich enough to have a happier life? Do you always feel like a supporting cast member in someone else’s life? Do you have a negative belief about yourself that was established by someone you used to think was (or still think is) smarter than you? Are you just wanting something – anything – to change? Common Sense Happiness will help you do just that.”

Friends and colleagues like Hulk Hogan who have experienced her no nonsense approach can attest to this. “When you read it, you’ll be able to make sense of what you already know, stop the old patterns of thinking and behavior that keep you stuck in misery, and change your life completely,” says Hulk Hogan.

Loree Bischoff’s Common Sense Happiness – Five Principals for People Who Want to Stop Whining, Bitching and Suffering is now on sale at Amazon.com or visit www.commonsensehappiness.com. ISBN: 978-1-934509-42-5