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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.
Three Words That Can Change Your Life
When adversity strikes, we are ready to listen to anyone who can help alleviate our pain and grief. These three words profoundly changed my life.
This Valentine’s Day Learn to Love Yourself
Valentine’s Day is almost here and many of us are highly stressed by this compulsory, scripted celebration of love. If we don’t have a significant other, we are in a mad rush to find one for the occasion. If we do have a significant other, we are dropping hints for a gift to brag to our friends.
This July 4th Declare Independence from Technology
Declare your independence by creating quiet time to reconnect with yourself and become aware of how you differ from everyone else. Are you ready to take the Unplugging and Reconnecting Challenge?
This Halloween Turn Life from a Trick into a Treat
Halloween celebrates deception, costumes and masks, which disguise who we are. However, are we wearing a disguise or revealing an internal truth, a fragment of our personality we have suppressed, the shadow side? Here are some popular costumes and what they might reveal about you:
There’s Recess in Recession
The recession can help you create recess in your life. There is great productivity in rest: you come back better.
There’s Oy in Joy: How to Detox From Disaster
We love the high of happiness, but the pressure to be happy is making us upset, especially during the holidays- the oy in joy. Then the unthinkable happens. Stress-management during a crisis means:
The Surprising Stress the Oil Spill Has On You
The BP oil spill has leaked into every American home which owns a TV and reads a newspaper, reminding us of personal memories that made us feel powerless as far back as childhood.
The Surprising Benefits of Writing Love Letters
Writing is as important to learning as reading. The love letter we write to another is really a barometer of how we love ourselves. Here are some tips for writing a love letter and creating an intimate bond.
The Surprising Antidote to Loneliness
Loneliness is recognized as a growing health problem. The surprising findings: Addressing loneliness is not about attending support groups with other lonely people or teaching better social skills.
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