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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.

How to Cope With One Disaster After Another
It’s been one disaster after another. As a result, we absorb the negativity and transfer it to our daily lives in subtle ways. We can learn how to manage our stress levels from these wild weather patterns. Life is a series of obstacles that we have to sweep away to clear the path. Here´s how.

How to Cope With the Stress of Mother’s Day
Mother’s Day is almost here, heralded by idyllic pictures of mothers and daughters in magazines and TV commercials advertising gifts fit for a female deity. However, some of us feel stressed about the celebration. Perhaps, we don’t get along with our mothers, mothers-in-law or even our own children.

How to Create the Life You Dream About
Many of us are fascinated with artists, actors, writers, architects and all sorts of creative people. We sigh and wish upon a star that we could be creative like them. The good news: We can develop our creativity as well as our children’s and learn to apply it.

How to Cure Stress Addiction
Do you do it all- Work, run the house, raise the children, take care of the finances, volunteer at the PTA and attend a book club? It’s time to take back your power and turn stress into strength.

How to De-Stress While Traveling
I just returned from a whirlwind TV news station tour out West, five cities in five days. When you travel for business or pleasure and your schedule is hectic, don’t let yourself get depleted. Here’s what worked for me:

How To Deal With Anger - The C.O.P.E Method
In order to be of sound mind and sound body, and in equilibrium, we must confront our anger instead of allowing it to distract us with bodily symptoms of aches and pains as we suppress our feelings. Here is how to C.O.P.E.

How to Deal with Difficult Family
We choose our friends, or they choose us, but family is a hand-me-down. How do we handle family members who are negative, critical, unfeeling and domineering?

How to Deal with Dreaded Family Gatherings
The holidays are almost upon us and those dreaded family gatherings highlight how vulnerable we still are to criticism and the old prescribed roles we act out. If you plan on attending family gatherings, here are some suggestions to transform them from prison riots into joyous celebrations:

How to Deal with Grief - Don't Rush the Process
Too often we are in a hurry to deal with grief. Ironically, when we grieve, we expand our heart instead of constrict it in a knot of unresolved despair. If you are patient with the grieving process, here are some of the good things grief can do for you:

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