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Posted under Tip of the Week
09/29/2018
What To Do With The Fake Apology We all have those people in our lives, the ones who apologize for the same thing over and over but never change their behavior. They say they are sorry, but after the 183rd time, we all know the apology isn't sincere... More >>

Tags: Attitude, Behavior, Character-Courage-Conscience, Stress, Tips
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Posted under Relationships
09/20/2018
5 Ways to Help Your Partner Eat Healthier 'How to get a significant other to eat healthier' is one of the top questions I get from clients. It can be challenging when you're trying to adopt a cleaner way of eating but can't bring your partner along for the ride... More >>

Tags: Attitude, Behavior, Health, Relationships, Values
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Posted under Tip of the Week
09/20/2018
How to Move Out of Victimhood I am always looking for ways to create resilience, especially for highly sensitive people. I want us to thrive in the world both as individuals and in relationships. I've seen significant research that shows how we interpret our lives makes us less or more resilient... More >>

Tags: Attitude, Behavior, Stress, Tips
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Posted under Simple Savings
09/20/2018
10-Second Recipes: Giving Your Beans a Makeover Some people love everything about beans, especially the fact that they've been shown to be such an exceptionally healthful contributor of protein and fiber... More >>

Tags: Budget, Parenting, Recipes, Simple Savings, Stay-at-Home Mom
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Posted under Tip of the Week
09/12/2018
When Perfectionism Stops You from Thriving Do you doubt if you're good enough if you make an honest mistake? If yes, then you are likely a perfectionist. The thing is being a perfectionist doesn't guarantee that you will always get things done better than anyone else. Instead, it can sink you into endless self-doubt, disappointment, and inevitable stress each time you fail to meet up... More >>

Tags: Attitude, Behavior, Personal Responsibility, Tips
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Posted under Relationships
09/12/2018
Inner Steps to Take Before Approaching Effective Conflict It is not always possible to pause with yourself before engaging in conflict with your partner. But if you can create the pause, it will serve you greatly to do your own inner work before entering into the dialogue with your partner... More >>

Tags: Attitude, Behavior, Mental Health, Relationships, Values
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Posted under Relationships
08/30/2018
Loneliness, Invisibility and Shame: The Three Damaging Responses to Depression ...It's hard work to accept and work with depression. You're trying to use your mind - the part of you that's not functioning well - to fix itself. It's a bit like trying to run on a broken leg in order for it to heal. But that's what you have to do... More >>

Tags: Attitude, Behavior, Mental Health, Relationships, Values
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Posted under Parenting
08/30/2018
It's Time to Ban These Three Words: 'Typical Teen Behavior' We use 'typical teen behavior' to refer to a broad range of things our teens do, much of it unbecoming. Whenever they appear moody, or stop talking to us, or resist our reminders about from everything from deadlines to hygiene, our go-to explanation is that they're just being typical teens. But are they... More >>

Tags: Motherhood-Fatherhood, Parenting, Social Issues, Teens
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Posted under Tip of the Week
08/24/2018
Balancing Caregiving and a Career Studies, articles, and blogs today give caregivers advice on balancing responsibility and managing stress. Whether you can hold a demanding job(s) or advance a career as a primary caregiver remains the dilemma. Nearly 44 million Americans (most working part or full time) provide regular, unpaid care for an older adult... More >>

Tags: Health, Relatives, Stress, Tips
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Posted under Parenting
08/22/2018
Be Your Kids Super Hero: 9 Habits to Healthify Your Kids Screen Time According to Medline Plus, screen time is a term used for activities done in front of a screen, such as watching TV, working on a computer, or playing video games. Three hours of daily TV viewing is common for kids. Total screen time soaring to five and even seven hours daily is not untypical... More >>

Tags: Behavior, Internet-Media, Motherhood-Fatherhood, Parenting, Social Issues
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