Category Archives: Healthy Living

Getting Lost

A couple of years ago, my wife and I decided to go for a drive in the fall weather to do some leaf peeping like we usually do around our anniversary. While there were occasional spectacles of color clothing a few trees, the color wasn’t quite there yet and lots of trees just were beginning… The post Getting Lost appeared first on BayArt.

The hidden health effects of sexual harassment

Victims of sexual harassment often experience emotional and physical symptoms for years to come. Sexual harassment in the workplace is nothing new, but the issue is seeing a wave of recognition and attention as celebrities and former employees step up to accuse Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct. Now is as good a time as… The post The hidden health effects of sexual harassment appeared first on BayArt.

How Harvey Weinstein reports could be triggering for survivors of sexual assault

The sexual assault claims made about Harvey Weinstein have shocked the world, with more than 30 women coming forward, including many A-listers. The revelations are distressing enough for most readers, but particularly survivors of rape, sexual assault and abuse for whom the reports may be triggering. Meena Kumari, National Lead for Domestic Violence and Abuse at independent… The post How Harvey Weinstein reports could be triggering for survivors of sexual assault appeared first on BayArt.

Gun violence survivor talks about PTSD after Las Vegas shooting

On the heels of the Las Vegas tragedy it’s hard to forget all the other victims from mass shootings across the nation.  Pam Simon, a victim from the January 8th shooting in Tucson opens up about how images from mass shootings can retraumatize victims and bring up unwanted feelings and flashbacks years after their incident.… The post Gun violence survivor talks about PTSD after Las Vegas shooting appeared first on BayArt.

Depression reduced by social belonging, feelings of inclusion

Social identity and a sense of belonging, including inclusion within neighborhood, city, and online communities, demonstrated the ability to reduce the incidence of paranoia and depression, according to research published in the Schizophrenia Bulletin. Researchers from the Institute of Psychology, Health and Society at the University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, conducted 2 separate studies to assess… The post Depression reduced by social belonging, feelings of inclusion appeared first on BayArt.

Beauty, Everlasting.

This post was inspired by a friend of mine. She recently wrote an entry about detoxing, a proper healthy way, after getting a hangover with a few pictures of herself detoxing at the end. In one of the pictures she’s relaxing in a sauna. The way the picture was taken, her demeanor everything about it immediately… The post Beauty, Everlasting. appeared first on BayArt.

Women fearful of violent partners will be able to check their criminal history under new trial

WOMEN afraid of controlling or violent partners will be able to ask authorities about their criminal history through a new scheme to be trialled in SA that advocates say will save lives. Based on a British model, the disclosure scheme is a key plank of a State Government blueprint to eradicate domestic violence. The blueprint… The post Women fearful of violent partners will be able to check their criminal history under new trial appeared first on BayArt.

Happiness is something we do, not get

Self-help books, websites, blogs and a variety of social media are published for the purpose of telling us how to be happy. Lose weight, have a makeover, tone your abs, take Viagra and have more sex, nip and tuck, join a dating site, find the right partner, or buy the latest self-help book and happiness… The post Happiness is something we do, not get appeared first on BayArt.