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How to Stay On Track This New Year
What is will power anyway? Apparently, it is the vast wasteland between I will and I won’t. Will power is driven from both the mind and the body.
How is the Recession Affecting Your Marriage?
A reduced home equity has a negative impact on marital equity. If you want to fall in love again with your good friend and feel happier/healthier, here are some suggestions.
How to Handle Your Friend’s Job Loss
Someone you know is probably out of work at this very moment whether it is a neighbor, friend or family member – maybe it is your spouse. You tiptoe around the laid-off person not knowing how to interact, what to say or not say. Here’s how to deal:
Are You Suffering from Affluenza?
Parents are afraid to have that “talk” with their children about simplifying this holiday season for fear of disappointing them. Gifts have become a monetary barometer for love and affection.
7 Proven Strategies for Guilt-Free Holiday Eating
Thanksgiving is almost here and hark, the beginning of holiday-weight- gain season. I will share with you some proven strategies to enjoy the festivities with a real, lightness of being.
Fending Off Family Feuds During the Festivities
When you recall past holiday get-togethers with family and friends, you often realize why you see these people only once a year. Don’t fret because I will help you deal with these difficult relationships.
Why Is Everyone So Rude?
We are so unaccustomed to polite behavior that we are actually frightened by it. In addition, we have become cynical, believing that a kind act has a hidden agenda. Rudeness is fueled by stress. How do we deal with rudeness and avoid being rude ourselves?
How to Raise Your Spirit in a Falling Market
Stressful times require us to draw from a synergy of de-stressing techniques, so that you can move away from internally-driven stressors like shame, a lack of empowerment, loss and grief.
How to Ease Your Pain
When you are experiencing chronic pain, and do not know how to get past it, consider the power of your own mind to redirect your focus and allow your body to heal itself. Recent studies indicate that the mind can drive pain even when the cause has dissipated.
How to Fortify Your Friendships
Do you find that your friendships are dwindling, using your fingers to count them? Perhaps, you are disappointed in the few remaining friends. You might say that you don’t care, “Good Riddance to bad rubbish!” However, you do care. Here’s what to do:
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