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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]

25. May 2014 05:55
by Theravive
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Introvert or Extrovert- How Can it Influence Decision-Making Abilities?

25. May 2014 05:55 by Theravive | Comments

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Among many other factors like thinking abilities, leadership qualities, etc., introversion and extroversion also influences the decisions of a person. Both types of persons think in different ways and have different approach towards various aspects of life. According to Castro (2013)1, introverts and extroverts not only have differences in opinions, but their brains also operate in different ways. This is the reason that their approach towards dealing the same matter differs drastically. [More]

24. May 2014 05:55
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Career Change- How to Know the Right Time for Changing Careers?

24. May 2014 05:55 by Theravive | Comments

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One way to boost your productivity and improve the quality of your work is do what you like. If you are not comfortable with your job and despite all the facilities the nature of work is not doing for you, then it’s probably time for a career change (Smith, 2013)1. However, to change a career, it is important to have knowledge about the factors that influence career choice and know the right time for a career switch. Here is a quick look at some of the factors that will help job seekers make the right decision. [More]

23. May 2014 05:55
by Casey Truffo
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The Date Night Critic

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

the date night critic
As an example, Tom described a string of dates the couple recently went on together where it seemed Brooke constantly found things to complain about. One night it was the service at the restaurant; another, it was a loud party at the table next to them. The last time they went to see a movie it was “the most predictable story line she’d ever seen.” On still another outing, she complained mightily about the traffic on the way to their destination. [More]

22. May 2014 05:55
by LuAnn Pierce
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Good Mental Health: Self Care

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

good mental health self care
In support of Mental Health Awareness month, we are exploring ways to practice positive mental health habits in conjunction with Mental Health America’s recommendations. Good self care is fundamental to positive mental health. It is important to recognize that everyone can protect and improve their mental health by practicing good physical health habits. Self care is the practice of doing for ourselves that which we often do for others - meeting our physical, emotional, spiritual, financial and other needs. [More]

21. May 2014 05:55
by Sheila Sayani
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10 things you can do nowto make tomorrowa happier day

10 Things You Can Do Now to Make Tomorrow a Happier Day

21. May 2014 05:55 by Sheila Sayani | Comments

10 things you can do nowto make tomorrowa happier day
Since happiness is an individual experience, it is important to identify the things that make you happy, and to start incorporating more of these moments into your life. While we cannot define happiness with unified agreement, we must each ask ourselves, what can I do to create opportunities for happiness? When you ask yourself this question, then you can explore and define the moments that create happiness and joy. Here are 10 things you can do now to construct moments where happiness may be experienced in your life. [More]

20. May 2014 05:55
by Casey Truffo
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Divorcing Friends...be wary of rifts between married pals

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

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According to the American Psychological Association, between 40 to 50 percent of married couples in the United States divorce. That’s not news to anyone these days—the divorce rate in Western cultures has been notoriously high for decades. What does that mean to you? For one thing, during the course of your relationship and lives, you’re going to witness your fair share of friends, family members, colleagues, neighbors and others going through divorce. [More]

19. May 2014 05:55
by Sheila Sayani
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In the Name of Shame: Learning to Let Go of Shame

19. May 2014 05:55 by Sheila Sayani | Comments

inthe nameof shame learningto let goof shame
What exactly is shame? Shame is a painful emotion backed by guilt and embarrassment. Every person has experienced shame at one point or another depending on a variety of circumstances. But, we are not born ashamed.
What exactly is shame? Shame is a painful emotion backed by guilt and embarrassment. Every person has experienced shame at one point or another depending on a variety of circumstances. But, we are not born ashamed. [More]

18. May 2014 05:55
by Theravive
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Are You Too Busy? Prioritize Things and Find Joy in your Life

18. May 2014 05:55 by Theravive | Comments

are you too busy prioritize thingsand find joyinyour life
Prioritizing things is one of the most important aspects of time management. According to Meier (2010)1, by prioritizing tasks, one can focus on the targets of the day and plan strategically to achieve them. The author quoted that although prioritizing a to-do list is an ongoing activity, it allows people to make the most of their time. They can’t only manage their daily tasks, but can also find joy in their life. [More]
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