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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.
How to Make Decisions Without Anxiety
When it comes to making a decision, many of us procrastinate, then second guess ourselves ultimately experiencing stomach-churning anxiety. The ability to adjust and change when we are wrong is crucial in the decision-making process that inevitably leads to great success.
Deal with the Stress of Divorce - Don’t Divorce Yourself
Divorce becomes a nightmarish experience only when you divorce yourself and lose your self-confidence. To lessen the sting of divorce as you focus on the road to recovery and revitalizing your identity, here are some suggestions.
Chinese Medicine Alternatives to Health and Happiness
Western medicine is just beginning to tap into stress as the root cause of many illnesses and as a major obstacle in disease management. Chinese medicine has been doing it for over 5,000 years.
How to Jumpstart a Waning Libido
Many of us mistakenly assume that when the wrinkles appear, the libido begins to disappear. If you find yourself less interested in your sexual nature, here are some potent aphrodisiacs to turn on your inner light.
Are You Addicted to Taking Care of Everyone?
Some of us define and measure ourselves based on how necessary we make ourselves to others. Does becoming enmeshed in everyone’s dramas and offering our advice, solutions and time really help them?
It’s Time to Wear Your Pink Tiara!
My daughter is turning sixteen and thoroughly enjoying every moment of this rite of passage. I have a lot to learn from her.
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