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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

How to Release Regret
It feels good to be bad once in awhile because we liberate ourselves from restrictions. Regrets fall into a different category. Since everyone experiences some sort of regret when reflecting on the past, it only becomes a problem if:

How to Remember and Interpret Your Dreams to Reduce Stress
We all dream about daily concerns, fears, desires and occurrences in the form of a jigsaw puzzle, or a surrealistic movie.By remembering our dreams we will have a more direct access to our personalities - our secret desires and the ability to heal from stress.

How to Revive a Sleepy Romance
One day you’re passionately in love professing eternal pledges of togetherness and then a couple of years later your partner can’t do anything right and feels like a ball and chain you need to cut off. Everything your partner does begins to annoy you. Here is how to restore your relationship.

How to Rid Yourself of Anger and Live Happily Ever After
We expend a great deal of energy feeling angry. However, who are we really angry at? In order to overcome anger we have to address the source. Here are some suggestions:

How to Say No Nicely
Saying no to others can be a daunting experience. When it comes time to actually use the two-letter word, many feel anxious and stressed. It’s time to learn how to say “no” – nicely!

How to Say No to Temptation
Temptation peaks during the holidays. It is as though the shorter, darker, colder days set up a stress craving to alleviate the absence of spring and summer. Here are 5 strategies:

How To See Fall In a Better Light
Part of the problem with the end-of-summer blues lies in the following season’s name, fall. The word associations we have are: Fall down, fall apart, the biblical fall of man, and falling leaves – what a mess! 9 benefits of the season:

How to Shake Feeling Like a Failure
Did you know that failure can turn out to be a good thing?

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