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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.

The Joys of Sex Are Out There, But Where Is the Intimacy?
We all know that sex sells. In recent years physicians have jumped on the band wagon marketing books that graphically depict sex. However, remarkably absent is the whole idea of intimacy and emotional connection – the true joy of sex.

When Other Diets Fail Try the Low-Fad Diet
The common wisdom is that for a diet to succeed it has to have sex appeal. But these diets rarely work. When the realization hits that our bodies are not changing for the better and that we are just deceiving ourselves, it is time to follow a low-fad diet.

Safe Solutions for Harmful Inflammation
The latest medical research has revolutionized our understanding of the role of inflammation as the root cause of chronic pain and many diseases. To reduce inflammation we can make a few healthy changes to our lifestyle and diet.

The Benefits of Quitting
We were taught since we were small children: “Don’t be a quitter. Keep trying!” Quitting can involve letting go of the past: Communal values, rituals, parental expectations and personal dreams. It can be courageous and compassionate to stop beating our heads against a brick wall.

How the Japanese “Kaizen” Method Can Change Your Life
The secret of success is the dogged, determination to succeed, not the determination to avoid failure. Using Kaizen thinking, rather than worrying about quick and dramatic results, we can move slowly with discipline and awareness.

Don't Feel Responsible for Everybody’s Happiness!
Many women are archetypal rescuers – they feel responsible for the happiness of those in their immediate circle. However, by taking care of everyone’s needs, you actually cripple that person because he does not develop traits like: independent thinking, courage, or compassion.

How to Overcome Spring Allergies Naturally
If you are experiencing itchy eyes, a dry, raspy throat, sneezing, sinus headaches and tiredness, chances are you have seasonal allergies. For years I was an allergy sufferer. However, for the past three years my allergies have been declining and this year I have no symptoms at all! Learn how:

Why Is Everyone Blissfully Happy, But Me?
Ironically, a gorgeous spring day triggers sadness, tiredness and emptiness. You would have preferred it to be a rainy day giving you an excuse to stay home, curl up and watch a movie. Why?

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