Tag Archives: Mood

Scrapped Plans for London Concert Hall Sour Mood for U.K. Musicians

Scrapped Plans for London Concert Hall Sour Mood for U.K. Musicians

Scrapped Plans for London Concert Hall Sour Mood for U.K. Musicians Scrapped Plans for London Concert Hall Sour Mood for U.K. Musicians Deborah Annetts, the chief executive of the Incorporated Society of Musicians, said on Tuesday during a parliamentary inquiry into the new rules that she had been “inundated with personal testimony from musicians as to the work that they …

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Knit to Improve Your Mood

Knit to Improve Your Mood

Knit to Improve Your Mood Knit to Improve Your Mood Ruhee Dewji, a Canadian software developer who lives on her own, took up knitting in early spring at the encouragement of some friends. Before the pandemic, Ms. Dewji, 31, filled her spare time playing music in bands; she found playing on her own during lockdown just emphasized her loneliness. She …

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How Teenagers Use Free Time Affects Mood

How Teenagers Use Free Time Affects Mood

How Teenagers Use Free Time Affects Mood How Teenagers Use Free Time Affects Mood That said, it’s possible to have too much of a good thing. While pleasant distractions provide valuable mental and physiological breaks from stressful conditions, “my hesitation with recommending distraction,” Dr. Zoccola said, “is that while it can get people out of the moment, if it goes …

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Experts Fear Increase in Postpartum Mood and Anxiety Disorders

Experts Fear Increase in Postpartum Mood and Anxiety Disorders

Experts Fear Increase in Postpartum Mood and Anxiety Disorders Experts Fear Increase in Postpartum Mood and Anxiety Disorders As part of its ongoing Pregnancy During the Pandemic research program, the University of Calgary has been examining symptoms of depression, general anxiety, pregnancy-specific anxiety, as well as levels of sleep and social support of pregnant women in Canada using self-reported questionnaires. …

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March, April, May: City’s Mood Darkens as Crisis Feels Endless

Michael Wilson

March, April, May: City’s Mood Darkens as Crisis Feels Endless March, April, May: City’s Mood Darkens as Crisis Feels Endless With no clues about when the pandemic might subside, short-term discomfort is becoming long-term despair: “I feel like I have accepted this, and given up.” April 25, 2020 A walk in the park brings tense flare-ups: Back off, you’re too …

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