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Are You Married to a Stranger?
In many relationships some as soon as the second year of marriage, others after the seven-year itch and a couple of kids and then unexpectedly many after the silver anniversary – “I woke up one morning and realized that I am living with a stranger. Is this all there is?”
How to Boost Your Children’s Self-Esteem
In a highly demanding stress-filled world our children are battered by academic, social and enrichment demands. So, how do you boost your children’s self-esteem and insulate them from a one-size-fits-all world?
Are You Experiencing Compassion Fatigue?
Could you be feeling so stressed, so second-rate, that you have lost your own voice, your own image in the mirror and need to be reflected in someone else’s eyes? You just might be suffering from compassion fatigue.
Your Bad Habits Might Actually Be Good For You!
Changing a bad habit into a good one can be daunting to say the least. However, you can silence your stern inner critic and make small easy changes, both at the same time! Your bad habits actually have a lot of good in them!
How to Deal With the Pressure to Be Happy
Many of us feel pressured to be happy and when we are not feeling optimistic and upbeat, we become disappointed; after all we failed at Happiness 101. However, what if every night we compiled a list of “Look What I Did Today?”
How to Make More Rational Decisions
During these financially difficult times with massive layoffs and the dollar being devalued we need to get a handle on our expenditures and stop shopping to fill an empty heart or keep up an image. Most of us are aware of the placebo effect. However, do we know the far-reaching effects of a placebo?
Spring Cleaning Brings the Joy of Accomplishment
Tap into the natural rhythm of spring by engaging in spring cleaning and other spring activities. As I spring into action to de-clutter my space, I clear out my mind, to see my goals in a different light and I announce my intentions as a way to bring them into reality.
Exercise Transforms Your Brain
According to Dr. John Ratey, a Harvard Medical School professor the primary benefit of exercise is to supercharge our brains to beat stress, boost memory and so much more.
How to Train Yourself to be Happy
The joyously surprising news is that even if you are born to be sad, you can imitate the characteristics of happy people to change your nature.
How to Get More Will Power
“I wish I had your will power,” people often tell me when they see me at the gym or read my writing. What is will power anyway? Apparently, it is the vast wasteland between I will and I won’t.
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