Advocacy groups that support the Affordable Care Act are taking matters into their own hands.

Affordable Care Act

ObamaCare groups: If Trump won’t, we will.

ObamaCare groups are launching a massive campaign to enroll Americans without health insurance after President Trump slashed the budget for enrollment promotion by 90 percent and cut the enrollment period in half.Advocacy groups that support the Affordable Care Act are taking matters into their own hands. With the Trump administration cutting back on advertising and outreach, outside groups are mobilizing for a massive, nationwide campaign for the next ObamaCare enrollment period. They say it’s up to them to get the word out. “Going into this year, whichever way you look at it, you don’t have the support of the administration and, frankly, it’s one that’s actively trying to sabotage the efforts and make sure people don’t get health insurance,” said Katie Keith, steering committee member of Out2Enroll, a national group that launched in 2013 to help LGBTQ people enroll in ObamaCare. Read more at http://thehill.com/policy/healthcare/353958-obamacare-groups-if-trump-wont-we-will

Carl Jung says these 5 factors are crucial to living a happy life.

Carl Jung says these 5 factors are crucial to living a happy life

Carl Jung was a renowned psychology expert who founded many theories about personality, identity, and analytical psychology. His work has been studied the world over, and today, many of this theories and suggestions for improving one’s life still hold true. In our hustle and bustle world, it can be hard to find time to smell the proverbial roses and it seems that the more access we have to things, the less unsure we are of what can make us happier. The search for happiness is very real and many affluent psychologists have been busy trying to find their answers to some of life’s most difficult questions. Read more by clicking on image above.

Chester Bennington’s Widow Posts Video Of Him 36 Hours Before His Death – “This Is What Depression Looked Like To Us”.

Chester Bennington’s Widow Posts Video Of Him 36 Hours Before His Death – “This Is What Depression Looked Like To Us”

6 Signs and Symptoms of Psychological Trauma.

As a result of experiencing a traumatic event, whether it occurs once or repeatedly, the psyche can become damaged. This damage, known as psychological trauma, may come to light right away or can take as long as several weeks or years.

Psychological trauma can be caused by exposure to such things as violence and abuse, vehicle accidents, natural disasters and war, but Delta Medical Center says that “any event that leaves someone feeling alone and overwhelmed can be considered traumatic.” This is because the details of the event itself are not what determines if it is traumatic, “it is a person’s subjective emotional experience of the event.” Such an experience can affect a person’s cognitive, behavioral, physical and psychological well-being, and may present itself in the form of these six signs and symptoms.

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20 Sources of Pain In The Body That are DIRECTLY Linked to Each Specific Emotional State!

20 Sources of Pain In The Body That are DIRECTLY Linked to Each Specific Emotional State!

Your actions, decisions, what matters to you, who matters to you, is all a part of that system which determines what you’ll feel in a certain instance. That’s the structure of your spirit. The way your spirit is built determines the type of emotions you’ll feel, therefore, the way your energy will move. Pain, on the other hand, is a blocked flow of energy.  In order to heal some pain we need to understand the real cause behind it. A lot of times, if we feel certain emotions for a longer period, they can manifest as a physical pain. Tracing back the blocked flow of energy we can “translate” the emotion that might have caused it. And once we know this we can focus on healing the 2 sides of the coin, both our body and our spirit. However, not all emotions that are negative are, in fact, the ones we see as negative. Sometimes an excess of a so called positive emotion can lead to a problem with certain organs. Read more by clicking the image above.

When You’re at the End of Your Rope: 8 Tips to Help Yourself.

Sometimes life can be hard, and you may feel as if you have nowhere to turn.  I personally spend a lot of time at the end of my rope so dealing with it in a way that makes things better is something I strive for. In our moments of great hardship we can find something wonderful, we have the ability to pick ourselves up and carry on if we really want to. This is something we will have to do many times throughout our lives and it just shows how strong we truly are. If you are struggling, the following tips will help you make it through, don’t be afraid to apply them to your life. Read more at http://awarenessact.com/when-youre-at-the-end-of-your-rope-8-tips-to-help-yourself/