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How to Become a Wise Person at Any Age
You don’t have to be old to be wise. Balancing earth practicality with spiritual vision on a daily basis will make you wise and in touch with your inner knowing. Here´s how:
How to be Happy Even When your Child is Unhappy
There’s an old expression: "You are as happy as your unhappiest child" and if this still holds true – no wonder we have been referred to as “Prozac Nation!” When we live our lives fully and with an optimistic realism, our children will eventually emulate and find their own balance. Here's how.
Should You Always Tell the Truth?
We have all been taught to tell the truth along with the conflicting instructions of, “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it.” Here are some suggestions about how not to stress about when to tell the truth.
How to Find the Calm After the Storm
We all watched in horror as a storm wiped out New Orleans. When a hurricane hits your life, make peace with it and adapt. If you are rigid, consumed with anger or expect a traditional miracle, it might prove to be the worst of times for you.
How to Handle the Stress of Betrayal
High profile stars, Jennifer Aniston and Sienna Miller have made the headlines with titillating captions as victims of betrayal. What about all of us plebians who have experienced betrayal and do not have the resources the stars do to get over it? And why are we so hurt when our trust is betrayed?
Don’t Stress About Aging: Start Your Health Account Today
There is the impressive statistical evidence of the effectiveness of disease prevention and management in cancer, dementia, cardiac ailments and diabetes. The great news about investing for our golden years is that we get to enjoy and use the interest immediately! Here´s how.
How to Deal with School Daze
Just the thought of lunch preparation, after-school enrichment activities, homework supervision and report cards makes us parents get a sinking feeling in the pit of our stomachs. We need to change our perception of school for our sake as well as our children’s. Here´s how.
Are You a Type D Personality? Here’s the Antidote
Recently a new personality type has been identified to be more prone to heart disease and stroke than the Type A. It is the Type D personality who is distressed and distant. The antidote is to understand what is holding us back from leading our lives.
The Relaxed Stress-Free Method for Becoming a Sensuous Woman
Many of us are feeling inadequate and stressed that everyone else is experiencing the extraordinary, while we are stuck in the mundane. Before we listen to any more talk about hormonal imbalance, let us check to see if our life is in balance!
How To Get Along with the Long, Hot Summer
Many of us are moaning and groaning: “Another hot, sunny day – how oppressive!” Instead of beating the heat, we need to get along with it! Here are some tips to coexist with the heat.
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