Experts suggest ways to correct habits that keep us from resting well
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... as a way to manage our bodies health. What we mean by 'autonomy' is living life at a healthy pace that doesn't place too much stress on our bodies/health. We all know that there are things that need doing in our life but we want to make sure that's balanced out against our 'natural biological rythym'. I too totally relate to being 'told to exercise' but sometimes you get in a funk and it's best to just see it as care/concern by your significant other rather then 'nagging'. Grasping that you have a interpretation bias - that your mind/body lies to you helps heaps in managing your feelings in these kinds of areas.
But we've created a society that is not healthy and downright anti-human, so unhappyness ensues.
A proposal for an entirely new paradigm for achieving happiness that endures.
Denial isn't always such a bad thing.
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