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Women, Wise Up on Myths about Men
A surprising source of simmering female resentment is the myths generated about men. These fictional stories have the power to stress a relationship by triggering habitual ways of listening and responding because you already know character and plot.

The Only New Year’s Resolution You Need To Make
I’m getting an early start on my New Year’s resolutions to change my life for the better today. Here’s what this resolution can do for you:

How to be Happy when the Holidays are Over
We’re busy having so much fun during the holidays and then they’re done - only blahs and blues remain. If you want to sustain happiness after the holidays, learn from retailers.

Can You Fight Fair With Your Best Friend?
It is difficult to have a fair fight with your best friend because you know all the buttons to push and so does this person. Keep in mind that it is often easier to forgive an enemy than a good friend. Here’s the inside story:

All I Want for the Holidays is Sleep!
Described as hyper-vigilant, anxious and worried, women have trouble falling asleep and/or staying asleep while their male counterparts for the most part sleep more soundly. Here's how to become a morning person.

Breezing through Holiday Stress
Described as hyper-vigilant, anxious and worried, women have trouble falling asleep and/or staying asleep while their male counterparts for the most part sleep more soundly.Here's how to become a morning person.

The Personal Truth Your Lies Reveal
Those little lies which just trip off the tongue are seemingly innocuous: Or are they? Your lies are a barometer of your empowerment.

Understanding Your Bad
Life is peppered with contradictions. Bad and good can be used to describe an event or a person depending on the angle of perception. What seems bad today could potentially be good tomorrow and vice versa. So, is your cup half full or half empty?

Don’t Become an iPatient
A disturbing trend in medicine - doctors using more technology and less human(e) observation to diagnose and treat their patients - has created era of the “iPatient.” Here’s what you can do about it:

Trade Gender Roles and Fall in Love Again
Saving your relationship could be as simple as switching roles. Gender roles often lock us into predictable, repetitive arguments where no one makes any changes because who is listening anymore? A new sociological study from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee shows why.

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