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Gen Wright's Articles in Lifestyle

  • Christmas Loneliness-the Saddest Kind Of Loneliness
    No loneliness is sadder than that which occurs around Christmas time. Holiday loneliness can be one of the most distressing and downright depressing conditions you will ever have to face, and few people can bear its full weight without considerable emotional or mental stress. Loneliness is always a depressing condition to be in to be sure, but it is even more devastating when it occurs during the holidays. When all you see around you are people laughing and having a good time while spreading Christmas cheer with friends and family, the sense of isolation and loneliness that you feel may become quite unbearable.
  • Loneliness Movies For The Solitary Soul
    Loneliness has been a recurring theme in countless movies, yet it seems that we still cannot get enough. In fact, loneliness movies are some of the most popular cinematic releases to this day, and you can be sure that any movie that fits into the description will enjoy long lines and weeks of discussion on the Internet.
  • Isolation And Loneliness-dealing With The Underlying Causes
    Isolation and loneliness are common concerns that many people routinely face these days. The fast pace of life, the ultra modern society we live in, and the numerous technological innovations that purportedly make life better...all these conditions have contributed to a world that is much more convenient and streamlined, but in which the warmth and genuine human concern of times past is sorely lacking. For many people, this results in a significant degree of isolation and loneliness that becomes a constant part of life.
  • The Twin Curse Of Isolation And Loneliness
    Isolation and loneliness are some of the most common problems people have to face today. Despite the abundance of new technologies that supposedly make our lives much easier, despite the numerous developments in communication, travel, interaction, and information exchange, it seems that more people are becoming lonelier and more isolated than ever. Could it be that all these things that make our lives more efficient and streamlined have also served to erode the essence of genuine love and affection and the sanctity of relationships?
  • Get Moving And Get Over Your Loneliness
    For some loneliness is a fleeting emotion that passes like a cloud, while for others it is more pervasive and stays with us like a fog. For either side, there are specific strategies and actions that let us cope with loneliness and stay present, grounded and positive.
  • 'I' Had A Discussion With Me!
    When there is no one around, it is till sometime that we really feel about the absence of people and our own presence. Till then, it is a transition from one state to another. And finally, when we arrive at the point where in we are aware of one and only one fact, that it will be only me who will be watching me, then starts the ultimate showdown within the person.
  • Stop Stressing - Resist The Urge To Time Travel
    For creatures that supposedly only exist in the present, we sure do a lot of time traveling. We worry about tomorrow, we fret over yesterday, and all the while our current status gets neglected. If we're going to make the best of our efforts to relieve stress and get to where we want to be, we need to make a habit of making the most out of the present, instead of letting time-traveling worries get the best of us.
  • Stop Stressing - Getting Away From Should
    People like to have a sense of purpose about things. We want to know that we're doing the right thing, and that our activities are going along according to "the plan." In short, we spend a lot of time either saying "I should..." or asking ourselves "what should I..." Instead of getting hung up on the "I shoulds" that keep tearing our confidence down, let's look at the way we can harness the power of "I want," and "I will."
  • Stop Stressing - How To Log It And Block It
    An interesting thing about the human mind is that it tends to work largely on autopilot. Whether it is showering, driving to work, or making breakfast, there are large parts of our daily routines that occur without needing much conscious thought. Just as the mind can adopt behaviors as automatic, it can be made to think about them and break them down into meaningful pieces of information. To that end, we're going to look at a life-building habit called a Stress Log.
  • Are You in The Afternoon Of Your Life? - Welcome to Your New Job
    Not so long ago, rest was considered the privilege of those once they reached a certain age, usually at retirement. This was the time to relax...

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