Category: Blog

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Dec 14 2017

Childless or Not, It’s Okay

Childless or Not, It’s Okay, Vol. 214, Dec. 14,  2017 Yesterday I was reading a blog by another woman who was sick of being asked when she was going to get married and have children. This is a woman who never wanted to be married and didn’t want any children, resenting these invasive inquiries into …

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Dec 07 2017

Dealing with Family During The Holidays

Dealing With Family During the Holidays, Vol. 431, Dec. 7, 2017 During the holidays we find ourselves interacting with all sort of family members, some of whom we may love to be with and some that we would rather not have to contend. If you have a chronic health problem, the stress of the holidays …

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Dec 01 2017

Enjoy the Holidays Your Way

Enjoy the Holidays Your Way, Nov. 30, 2017 We are now in the “Holiday Season” where so many people are engrossed in the “holiday rituals’ and yet, there are many who really don’t feel a part of this world for many different reasons. I would have to say that being divorced from the family with …

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Nov 23 2017

Why We Need Sleep

Why We Need Sleep – Vol 429, Nov. 23, 2017 According to Harvard University, we really don’t know even with all the research that has been done. There are a few theories that can explain why we sleep and that is what I am going to share with you in this blog post along with …

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Nov 16 2017

How Are Your High School Kids Doing?

How Are Your High School Kids Doing? Vol 428, Nov. 16, 2017 The other day I was out with my older friend having coffee with a few of his older friends. One of his friends observed that the grandson of one of his friends was under so much pressure with all that he was doing, …

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Nov 09 2017

Helping Older Friends & Family

Helping Older Friends & Family – Vol. 427, Nov. 9, 2017 Over the past couple of months, I have been helping an older friend of mine who has been diagnosed with chronic heart failure. There are many things that have changed in his life as a result of this diagnosis, especially as he works to …

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Nov 02 2017

Anger At What Price?

Anger At What Price? – Vol. 426, Nov. 2, 2017 During my neuro-linguistic training, I learned of the fact that anger can create heart attacks. Well, I came across an article in Science Daily called: Keep Calm, Anger Can Trigger a Heart Attack. The University of Sydney found that there is an 8.5 times higher …

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