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How to Enjoy the Holiday Season Again
The holidays intensify our longings and bring disappointments to the forefront. Here are some strategies to see the inner light of the holidays and become seasonally effective.

Are You a Closet Shopaholic?
This is the time of year that I worry about my clients who are closet shopaholics. How can you tell if you are a shopaholic? And what can you do to control those impulses?

Untraditional Holiday Traditions
It’s time to free ourselves from a past that no longer applies to embrace the present. Accepting, integrating and participating in new joint rituals creates balance and strengthens the family.


Remember that nothing is ever perfect! Realize that you are good enough and do not have to be superhuman or prove your self worth by overworking and burning out.

Can I Ever Trust a Man Again
Relationships are not about trusting men. The whole issue is about trusting yourself! Here are some tips to trust a man by coming to your own senses:

Dumped After 30 Years, Now What?
It’s time to empower yourself and stop looking back in anger. Here´s how:

Fall: Season to Fall in Love Again
While summer is the season of fun, skimpy clothing and lightheartedness like butterflies and bees caressing flower after flower, fall is more serious. Fall is a great time to fall in love and make it last!

Boost Your Relationship with Humor
Humor can make your marriage happier than ever! Neuroscience explains that what makes you laugh is not only subjective, but based on gender. Understanding his style of humor can make him more endearing as well as reveal important clues about how to be in-sync with him.

The Stress-Free College Admissions Essay
Seventeen and eighteen-year olds face a year fraught with stress – both external and internal, particularly, that dreaded college application. Here are some strategies for writing that engaging college essay to tip the admission’s scale in your child’s favor and restore some normalcy at home.

How to Grow Out of Childhood Insecurities
Not all adults get over their childhood insecurities; instead most baby boomers still carry them around like heavy baggage feeling unattractive, angry, anxious or insecure. Here are some suggestions to grow out of it and get over it:

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