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Well-being

Massage your joints

Shoulders and hips, wrists, elbows, knees ... Our joints are precious cogs that can easily stiffen, hang. And potentially become painful. The boost of well-being massages? Avoid that they "rust" indeed, by providing them more flexibility in everyday life through movements and mobilizations ample. Explanations.
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Couple

How to preserve my family life while living my homosexual desires?

How to preserve my family life while living my homosexual desires? Married and father of 3 children, I became aware of my homosexuality late. Your book "Missing Father, Missed Son" shocked me. What image can one have of one's father when one saw him being dragged by the hair, by his mother? My wife knows about it and despite her openness, it's not easy.
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Couple

How to leave my friend?

How to leave my friend? In the last year, I have been dating a man. When we went out together, he helped me a lot. I was still suffering from my old breakup. Despite its beauty (thin, athletic, matte complexion ...), I can not like it. The problem comes from him or maybe from me. He is kind, present (too much), always available, loving, hardworking .
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Culture

Juliette Binoche: I'm in a fire in water

We are far from the middle of the cinema. Your job fills you? It is a means of giving and receiving, but it is inscribed in time, so it passes. When I make the effort to remind myself of it, the human experience comes back to me more than the result of the film. It has happened to me several times to want to stop.
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well-being

After having a coma, I reconstruct myself with yoga

In 2005, a driver crashed into my motorcycle. With a serious head trauma, I stayed in a coma for eleven days and the speech therapist, responsible for restoring my language and memory problems, directed me to a yoga teacher. I had never made the connection between yoga and health. However, I practiced five disciplines of Raja yoga: postures, breath control, concentration, internalization of sensory perceptions and "yama", a kind of code of conduct (non-violence, moderation .
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