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How to Prevent Medical Mishaps
No One is immune to medical mishaps. Whether you examine Dr. Nancy Snyderman’s breaking her Ebola quarantine, or Joan Rivers’ endoscopy, doctors appear to be behaving badly. Can a patient simply trust the doctor? Here’s how to avoid a medical mishap:
How to Prolong Happiness
When it concerns happiness, many studies focus on how to achieve it. However, this is not getting to the heart of the matter as even depressed people experience happiness; instead the focus should be not merely finding your bliss, but rather holding on to it.
How To Protect Yourself From Well-Meaning Toxicity
Have you been a victim of well-meaning toxicity? In other words, do you get the sense that people prefer you a bit lower down on the ladder, so that they can feel higher up?
How to Quickly Get in Shape for Summer
The calendar says spring and a feeling of imminent dread creeps into your heart as your mind imagines a beach with a beached whale and you are the whale. Here’s how to get in shape fast.
How to Raise Brighter and More Successful Children
Children extend our identities and so we bask in their accomplishments. Here are some suggestions to give your child a successful head start in a competitive, stressful world and as a result make you both happier.
How to Raise Your Spirit in a Falling Market
Stressful times require us to draw from a synergy of de-stressing techniques, so that you can move away from internally-driven stressors like shame, a lack of empowerment, loss and grief.
How to Recognize and Shed Toxic Friends
To feel happy and healthy we need to seek out what specifically brings us joy. High on the list is friendship. However, over the years friends change and we change as well. Here is how to recognize a toxic relationship and how not to fall apart.
How to Reduce Stress and Reverse the Aging Process
Researchers have discovered that severe emotional distress accelerates the aging process. Here are proven methods for reversing your biological clock to look and feel a decade younger.
How to Refresh a Stale Relationship - Take the Stale out of Stalemate
We tend to look to others to stimulate us and drive happiness into our hearts. We remember that special kiss on the beach and hope to recapture the magic. We imprison ourselves with these longings because we want to distract ourselves from our reality. Here’s how to have a romance with life:
How to Reinvent Yourself
George Eliot, the novelist, aptly said, “It’s never too late to become what you might have been.” You can rewrite your story. Here are some strategies to help you take the inspiration and make it concrete with some order and meaning
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