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Afraid to Speak in the Spotlight – Learn to Get Over It
Whatever the occasion, PTA night, a workplace meeting or a big family gathering including the in-laws, shaky nerves and nagging thoughts can be managed and transformed into an advantage.
All I Want for the Holidays is Sleep!
Described as hyper-vigilant, anxious and worried, women have trouble falling asleep and/or staying asleep while their male counterparts for the most part sleep more soundly. Here's how to become a morning person.
Alpha Women Are Prone to Depression
Women who follow endless to-do lists and drive themselves crazy with perfectionism show more symptoms of depression than women who are able to shed some of their duties to achieve greater work-life balance. Here are 6 self-concepts to keep in mind to transform your life to what you want it to be:
Are Marriage Myths Ruining Your Relationship?
Even those who claim that they are not prejudiced and would never stereotype anyone, are actually tough on their significant other, even pushing their buttons to actualize the negative behavior in the relationship story.
Are New Year’s Resolutions Helpful?
I interviewed a random population of women and men of various ages and found that most survey participants were not making any resolutions this year. Here is why?
Are Twilight Moms Eclipsing Their Daughters?
What’s up with moms and grandmothers forming about 40% of the Twilight fan base? Twi-Moms reflect current female concerns.
Are You a Closet Shopaholic?
This is the time of year that I worry about my clients who are closet shopaholics. How can you tell if you are a shopaholic? And what can you do to control those impulses?
Are You a Noun or a Verb? Why it Matters
Whether you are a noun or a verb holds an important clue to self-awareness: Are you static or evolving?
Are You a Type D Personality? Here’s the Antidote
Recently a new personality type has been identified to be more prone to heart disease and stroke than the Type A. It is the Type D personality who is distressed and distant. The antidote is to understand what is holding us back from leading our lives.
Are You Addicted to Stress?
Stress-addiction is equivalent to “identity theft.” This means you do not know who you are and where you are really going. Here are some strategies to break the pattern of stress-addiction.
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