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Some Really Easy Tips to Reduce Stress Levels

We all know that stress can be dangerous in the long run, but extremely high levels of stress can induce harmful medical symptoms immediately! There is no need to end up in the emergency room because of stress related illnesses.

There are some simple solutions to daily life activities that are known to minimize women’s stress levels without taking up too much extra time from your daily routine. Walking, reading, veggin’ out….etc. Take a quick look at the link below and see if any of these are possible, and bring that relaxed, happy feeling back to everyday life!


by Sira Anamwong

by Sira Anamwong

Why Women Don’t Know Their Genitals


Author of Love, Sex and Everything In-Between and founder of Eros Coaching, Dr. Martha Tara Lee is a Clinical Sexologist who conducts sexuality and intimacy coaching, and runs sexuality education events in Asia.

She is compassionate, practical, honest, interactive and solution-focused. Dr. Lee incorporates a blend of conventional and alternative approaches and draws upon a variety of styles and techniques to support each client as they work to resolve both current problems and long-standing patterns.

This is An Exclusive She’s Next video!! Dr. Martha Tara Lee has made a video series just for She’s Next. We get to see her videos firsthand before she shares them on Youtube!

Cooking Heart Healthy for the Whole Family

Our overall health and diet can be more beneficial than anything else in the long run, and there is no better reason to concentrate on heart-healthy cooking than to instill that value of health in the young ones!

Considering the increased level of obesity and other issues in American children today there is no better time than now to embed the value of a healthy diet into the next generation, while also keeping our futures positive. Take a look at some healthy cooking advice for the entire family, including some information on how to make those healthy meals good for the kids!



by Vichaya Kiatying-Angsulee

by Vichaya Kiatying-Angsulee

How To Heal Emotional Eating

Janet D. Thomas, Emotional Healing Expert, Transformational Speaker and Author of “Lemons, Lemonade & Life” discusses how to heal emotional eating. For more information please visit http://JanetDThomas.com.

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Do you have three or more sizes of clothes in your closet and you are finally ready to stop eating emotionally and heal for real? In today’s Smart Tips Video, I will share how to manage your emotions differently, so that you don’t turn to the fridge for comfort anymore.

Emotion. May sound like a dirty word, huh? But, imagine that the “e” in emotion stands for the word “energy”. When you are emotional, it means that something has impacted you and it is simply energy. When you give it motion, you allow yourself to feel. Emotion, when expressed safely, has a very predictable cycle, just like ocean waves. A wave builds, crashes to the shore, then it retreats. It never gets stuck and it always resolves itself. Your emotions are the same way. Allow them a voice, safely, and you won’t stay stuck in them. Have the courage to feel. Ride your emotions out safely and, when you’re done, you’ll be so glad you didn’t shove them down with food.

My name is Janet D. Thomas, Author of the Lemons, Lemonade & Life Approach to Healing Emotional Eating. Check out my website at www.JanetDThomas.com, and make sure that you join the Heal For Real Movement while you’re there. Thanks for watching!

Some Decisions May be Adding Age to Your Appearance

I never really think much about the details of my daily make-up routine, I just do it. But I recently found out that some of my own regular “beauty” techniques may be making me actually look older!

I definitely believe that no woman wants to look older than she really is because of the makeup she has been putting on, so take a look at the link below for some helpful tips that may provide a younger, more refreshed look.


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by Marcia Brown

Birth Control, Pregnancy and Heart Disease

Although we may never think about it, as women it is definitely important to manage all factors of our lives in relation to the potential for heart disease, since we are at a greater risk than most of us like to believe.

by marcolm

by marcolm


Considering many factors that are so normal for us to think of as women, including our birth control pills and the care of our own bodies during pregnancy are factors in our personal risk for heart disease. Take a quick look at this link below for a great amount of information that will help make sure you are handling all of these valuable factors with care!