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Tiger Mom Meets the Jewish Mother
What is all this fuss about Amy Chua overtly confessing to be a tiger mom? Jewish mothers, if they would tell you their age, have been around for centuries working behind the scenes and the animal that would best describe them would be a hybrid of kangaroo and dragon.
Tips for Holiday Togetherness
The holidays are a tension of opposites: happily anticipated from a distance, yet fraught with stress as they approach. Here are 7 tips for holiday. resiliency
Tips to Transform Loneliness Into Popularity
Do you feel like the unwelcome third wheel in an animated conversation between two friends? Do you perceive yourself as banished to loneliness, excluded from the clique? If you are lonely, reconnect with yourself – enjoy your own company. Create a presence which will attract others to your side. Her
To Be Happy, Talk Happy
Happiness is not attained through pursuit; rather, it is created. To create happiness you need expansive, meaningful conversations, not small talk.
To De-stress Embrace the Ordinary
During times of extraordinary stress we feel that we have little or no control. At this point it would be wise to go the opposite route to get back in control: Reestablish the ordinary routine.
Too Stressed to Sleep? Here’s How to Deal
If another person stresses me out by telling me how the lack of sufficient sleep can lead to a long list of ailments, I will stay up all night worrying. Here are some sleep solutions:
Toss the Toxic Brazilian Blowout and Try This
When did women start to use poisons in the quest for beauty? The Brazilian Blowout gives the phrase, drop-dead gorgeous, new meaning as it contains a deadly carcinogen. Here are 6 healthy tips to refresh, enhance, and celebrate your beauty:
Trade Gender Roles and Fall in Love Again
Saving your relationship could be as simple as switching roles. Gender roles often lock us into predictable, repetitive arguments where no one makes any changes because who is listening anymore? A new sociological study from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee shows why.
Transform Your Life by Writing Your Eulogy
An ordinary person can write her own eulogy now while healthy, so that her words,her thoughts, her buried treasure could be revealed by the person who knows her best.
Trying To Be Happy Will Not Make You Happy
Many pursue happiness, but only some catch up with it. Part of the problem lies in the verbiage, “Trying to be happy.” Trying implies that one is not there yet and possibly never will be.
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