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3. June 2014 05:55
by Casey Truffo
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Fighting in Public

3. June 2014 05:55 by Casey Truffo | Comments

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One of the biggest problems is that constant or charged bickering can make others uncomfortable to the point that you’ll find your circle of friends shrinking rather than widening. Maybe you’re a more private person who doesn’t care about socializing in large groups anyway, but it’s nice to keep your options open, especially when it comes to friends you enjoy as a couple. Don’t get me wrong: I am not advocating putting on an act in front of your friends at parties to prove that you’re the happiest couple alive. That would probably backfire, anyway. [More]

2. June 2014 05:55
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The Widespread Impact of Violence against Women

2. June 2014 05:55 by Theravive | Comments

the widespread impactof violenceagainst women
Society is growing up. Many parts of the world are experiencing great wealth from technology, entrepreneurship, oil, industrialization and so on. But the progress of society is held back by violent treatment of women. Today, violence in the forms of physical, sexual and emotional abuse runs rampant throughout the world.
Society is growing up. Many parts of the world are experiencing great wealth from technology, entrepreneurship, oil, industrialization and so on. But the progress of society is held back by violent treatment of women. Today, violence in the forms of physical, sexual and emotional abuse runs rampant throughout the world. [More]

1. June 2014 05:55
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Kids Growing Up Too Fast: 6 Fun Ways to Cherish Time with Kids

1. June 2014 05:55 by Theravive | Comments

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According to Rotbart (2012)2, it is very important for parents to realize that they are not giving enough time to their young ones. The author said that parenting meditation is the key to successful parenting and time management. Parenting meditation is a practice in which parents have to force themselves to focus on their little ones. The study highlighted that parents should put in efforts to make a bond with their children and win their trust. [More]

31. May 2014 05:55
by LuAnn Pierce
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Supporting Loved Ones with Eating Disorders

31. May 2014 05:55 by LuAnn Pierce | Comments

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Eating disorders (ED) can be very dangerous and often hard to treat. This is partly due to their complex nature, which usually involves influences we are unable to control or manage. Suffice it to say, ED are about far more than food. Negative body image based on unrealistic societal norms around beauty are part of the problem; the influence of family, peers and authority figures is another dimension. [More]

30. May 2014 08:00
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Great Children's Charities You Can Trust

30. May 2014 08:00 by Theravive | Comments

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The best children's charities you never heard of- 10 awesome hand picked charities that have good folks with a passion to help kids. Lets spread the word about these great organizations, our kids need it!
The best children's charities you never heard of- 10 awesome hand picked charities that have good folks with a passion to help kids. Lets spread the word about these great organizations, our kids need it! [More]

30. May 2014 05:55
by Casey Truffo
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Breaking the News

30. May 2014 05:55 by Casey Truffo | Comments

breakingthe news
Do you ever see a problem coming a mile away—a potential conflict between you and your partner—and spend hours (at least in the back of your mind) worrying about it? The good news is, it’s normal. Like kids worried about showing our parents a poor grade, we often blow things out of proportion. We assume that if we have bad news for our partner, he or she is going to have a terrible reaction. [More]

29. May 2014 05:55
by LuAnn Pierce
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Good Mental Health: Social Support

29. May 2014 05:55 by LuAnn Pierce | Comments

good mental health social support
May is Mental Health Awareness month! Mental Health America has identified several ways that we can improve our mental health outcomes by practicing healthy behaviors. One of those is by establishing a strong social support network. Social support can be emotional support, meaning people you talk to or turn to when you need someone to be there for you, or positive interactions you engage in with other people. [More]

28. May 2014 05:55
by LuAnn Pierce
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adult adhd in the work place

Adult ADHD: Workplace Issues

28. May 2014 05:55 by LuAnn Pierce | Comments

adult adhd in the work place
Many people consider adult ADHD annoying, inconvenient and, at times, embarrassing. However, if the symptoms begin to threaten your livelihood by causing problems for you at work, things become more serious.Many competent and intelligent individuals have difficulty in the workplace because of ADHD.
Many people consider adult ADHD annoying, inconvenient and, at times, embarrassing. However, if the symptoms begin to threaten your livelihood by causing problems for you at work, things become more serious.Many competent and intelligent individuals have difficulty in the workplace because of ADHD. [More]

27. May 2014 05:55
by Casey Truffo
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How to Stay Involved with Your Kids When You are Not the Primary Custodian

27. May 2014 05:55 by Casey Truffo | Comments

howto stay involvedwith your kids when youare notthe primary custodian
So, for whatever reason, as the result of your divorce, you no longer see your child(ren) every day. No doubt it breaks your heart and you struggle to figure out how you are supposed to be a positive role model for your child when you were not granted primary custody. After your initial grieving over the facts of your circumstances, you need to decide to be strong and come up with a plan on how you will be involved as the non-custodial parent. No, it won't be easy, but it will be worth it. [More]

26. May 2014 05:55
by Theravive
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Alzheimer’s Disease | Distinguishing Fact from Fiction

26. May 2014 05:55 by Theravive | Comments

alzheimers disease distinguishing factfrom fiction
Every 67 seconds a person living in the United States develops Alzheimer’s Disease, says the Alzheimer’s Association. They also report that there are currently 5.2 million people in America living with Alzheimer’s Diseases (AD) and, by year’s end, five hundred thousand will die because of it.[i] These facts are sobering alone. When wrapped in the guise of media speculation, broadcasted repeatedly in news headlines and special reports, these statistics are downright scary. [More]
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