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About Noelle Nelson

Dr. Noelle Nelson is a psychologist, consultant and speaker. She is passionate about personal growth and happiness. She’s authored over a dozen books including "Happy Healthy... Dead: Why What You Think You Know About Aging Is Wrong and How To Get It Right." Please visit Noelle’s website at http://www.noellenelson.com and on Facebook at @MeetTheAmazings.
Latest Posts | By Noelle Nelson
Learning the Skill of Optimism in the Age Of COVID-19
1 week ago

Learning the Skill of Optimism in the Age Of COVID-19

By  •  Mindset

Pessimism is rampant in the world today, with good reason. Our health and, for many, financial well-being, are severely at risk. Surely, there is nothing to be optimistic about…
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How Easy Is It to Like, Unlike, and Dislike on Facebook and in Real Life?
4 weeks ago

How Easy Is It to Like, Unlike, and Dislike on Facebook and in Real Life?

Facebook comes with both its upsides and downsides, as we’ve all discovered over the past decade. Some of the obvious upsides are how Facebook helps us stay connected…
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Think and Feel Your Way to Youthfulness
2 months ago

Think and Feel Your Way to Youthfulness

By  •  Mindset

Have you ever heard the expression “You are as old as you look”? Considering the sales of face creams and the like, many of us seek to look younger than we are…
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How Unusual Is Your New Year’s Resolution and Does It Involve Laughter?
3 months ago

How Unusual Is Your New Year’s Resolution and Does It Involve Laughter?

By  •  Mindset

We are off to a new year, with our hopes, our fears, our dreams, and, of course – our resolutions. Along with the usual goals of weight loss/gain, exercise enhancement, being a better parent/spouse/colleague…
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Don’t Let Regrets Keep You from Enjoying the Holidays
4 months ago

Don’t Let Regrets Keep You from Enjoying the Holidays

By  •  Mindset

As the holiday season is upon us – with friends and families making plans to get together, stores filled to the rafters with gifts to give to loved ones, airports and train-stations jammed with travelers hurrying to their joyful destinations…
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How to Keep Stress from Ruining Your Family Holiday Gathering
5 months ago

How to Keep Stress from Ruining Your Family Holiday Gathering

By  •  Family

Whether you are celebrating Thanksgiving, Hanukah, Kwanza, or Christmas, the holidays will soon be upon us, spreading a message of peace and love around the world. It’s a truly uplifting and inspiring time of year…
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The Exercise-Memory Connection We Can’t Ignore as 60 Comes and Goes
6 months ago

The Exercise-Memory Connection We Can’t Ignore as 60 Comes and Goes

The other day, I was having a particularly enthusiastic conversation with a dear friend in his 70s over his latest short story. An avid writer, he delighted in sharing with me how his main character was developing…
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Could 60 Be the Best Time to Rethink How We Handle Stress? Yes – Here’s Why!
7 months ago

Could 60 Be the Best Time to Rethink How We Handle Stress? Yes – Here’s Why!

By  •  Mindset

Women are different from men physically, mentally and emotionally – that’s no big surprise. We know it from personal experience, which science has then supported over many years…

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How to Beat the “I Don’t Wannas” and Find a Sense of Purpose After 60
8 months ago

How to Beat the “I Don’t Wannas” and Find a Sense of Purpose After 60

By  •  Mindset

Ever have a case of the “I don’t wannas”?

Mine usually hit when it’s a grey and gloomy morning. The last thing I want to do is my series of morning exercises and stretches when it’s drab and dreary. Just the thought of strapping on my ankle and wrist weights is enough to send me burrowing back down into those nice comfy covers. Read More

Being Conscientious: A Forgotten Key to Happiness and Longevity
8 months ago

Being Conscientious: A Forgotten Key to Happiness and Longevity

By  •  Mindset

We’ve learned a lot about what improves both the quality of our lives in our senior years as well as our longevity. Healthy eating habits, exercise, and an optimistic attitude are among the front-runners according to science. ..
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