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How to Brighten the Winter Blahs
We are tired of the short days and cold temperatures. Strange, we never look within ourselves where the cold emptiness begins. Here are 10 tips to help you change your perception of winter and bring warmth and light into a chilly life:
How to Change Their Bad Habits
It might not be readily admitted, but many people once they live with each other, “the person whom they fell in love with and initially wouldn’t change for the world,” will do everything in their power to change their loved one’s habits.
How to Climb Out of a Relationship Rut
If you find yourself in a relationship rut, you don’t have to spend a lot of money and fly to Paris for the weekend. Think about where you want to be a year from now and what you need to do to get there. Here are 8 directions on how to get there:
How to Communicate Your True Feelings During a Conflict
The secret to happiness and serenity is balancing our two brains: the emotional and rational. During conflict the two brains are likely to be out of balance. Here are some steps to express your emotions and get what you want without the spiritual cost of confrontation.
How To Compete With The Other Woman
So, what does the other woman have that you don’t have? The other woman is not necessarily younger, or more beautiful. There is good news here because you can easily access the other traits.
How to Consciously ‘Re-pair’ Instead of Uncouple
Gwyneth Paltrow’s decade-long marriage ended in a conscious uncoupling. Here’s how to consciously re-pair your marriage to become the dynamic duo:
How to Control Holiday Overindulge
Holiday stress can trigger depression, generalized anxiety and overindulgence. Overindulgence is the frenzied side of stress – partying, feasting, drinking and substance abuse. The consequences of overindulgence:
How to Cope When Bad Things Happen to Good People Like Us
When something bad and painful happens in our lives, many of us ask, “Why me? What did I do to deserve this?" Human beings are beautifully engineered to adapt. Here are some suggestions to balance out stress.
How to Cope with ADULT “Back to School” Issues
Even those of us who complained that we didn’t have much of a summer, are now sorry that summer is almost over! Here’s how to ease into the next season:
How to Cope with Back to School Stress
The school year presents an opportunity for a fresh start. Instead, in many households anxiety, stress and even sadness reign. Here are some suggestions to take the stress out of school as you help your children build up self-esteem.
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