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16. May 2014 05:55
by Casey Truffo
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Keeping it Together when Facing Infertility

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

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It is never a happy place to be when dealing with infertility. In fact, many marriages suffer tremendously or end as the result of the inability to conceive a child. The moment you notice that your marriage is being threatened by these events, it is time to make some changes. The most common thing to happen when infertility is present is for everyone to want to blame someone.
It is never a happy place to be when dealing with infertility. In fact, many marriages suffer tremendously or end as the result of the inability to conceive a child. The moment you notice that your marriage is being threatened by these events, it is time to make some changes. The most common thing to happen when infertility is present is for everyone to want to blame someone. [More]

15. May 2014 05:55
by Rachel Eddins
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Identifying the Roots of Your Emotional Eating

15. May 2014 05:55 by Rachel Eddins | Comments

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Do you struggle with emotional eating? Do you find yourself turning to food on a regular basis when you’re not physically hungry? We all emotionally eat from time to time. It becomes problematic however, when turning to food or restricting food becomes your primary pattern of coping.
Do you struggle with emotional eating? Do you find yourself turning to food on a regular basis when you’re not physically hungry? We all emotionally eat from time to time. It becomes problematic however, when turning to food or restricting food becomes your primary pattern of coping. [More]

14. May 2014 05:55
by Caleen Martin
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Chronic pain and extreme self-care

14. May 2014 05:55 by Caleen Martin | Comments

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Being selfish has always been considered a trait to avoid. We're taught to give to others, to be selfless and caring. Many times however, we take our selfless acts to such an extreme that we are giving to others at the expense of our own welfare. This happens most often with our children and partners.
Being selfish has always been considered a trait to avoid. We're taught to give to others, to be selfless and caring. Many times however, we take our selfless acts to such an extreme that we are giving to others at the expense of our own welfare. This happens most often with our children and partners. [More]

13. May 2014 05:55
by Casey Truffo
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Who comes first, you or your partner?

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

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In extreme examples, partners who worry that their boyfriend/girlfriend or spouse is unhappy with the relationship will often do anything they think their partner wants them to do. On the other hand, if you sacrifice your own wants and needs in the process, the long-term results are usually disastrous. Even if your partner directly asks for a change in your lives, like moving to a new house, getting a dog, or buying a new car, always take time to make sure it’s a desire you both share. If you have doubts, talk about them. [More]

12. May 2014 05:55
by Rachel Eddins
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Manage Your Life, Don’t Let it Manage You! Achieving Work Life Balance in a Busy World

12. May 2014 05:55 by Rachel Eddins | Comments

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As you may realize, the faster we go, the more we take on, the more there is to do. We are too busy! Our labor saving devices create more labor. According to the author, Edward Hallowell, for 59% of working women, information overload is a cause of stress: swamped with emails, voicemails, etc. 67% state they find it hard to switch off and relax 1/3 of employees in the US feel overwhelmed by the amount of work they have to do. [More]

11. May 2014 05:55
by LuAnn Pierce
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A Tribute to Mothers

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

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Mother’s Day is when we take time to remember and celebrate our mothers. Most of those who hold the honor of being mothers deserve our time and attention. Those who did it poorly, deserve our compassion and forgiveness. I dare say, a few hours each year to express our gratitude is hardly sufficient.
Mother’s Day is when we take time to remember and celebrate our mothers. Most of those who hold the honor of being mothers deserve our time and attention. Those who did it poorly, deserve our compassion and forgiveness. I dare say, a few hours each year to express our gratitude is hardly sufficient. [More]

10. May 2014 05:55
by Theravive
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Postnatal Depression- Negative Effects of Misdiagnosis

10. May 2014 05:55 by Theravive | Comments

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Postnatal depression, often misdiagnosed as chronic stress or bipolar depression, is one of the most common forms of depression encountered by women all across the world. Women go through mild to extreme depressive disorder after giving birth. The depression starts immediately after the delivery and it may last from 3 months to 1 year, if treated properly (Cohen et al., 2010). In case of wring treatment or misdiagnosis, the depression may last for several years. [More]

9. May 2014 05:55
by Casey Truffo
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Re-Entering the Dating Scene in Mid-Life or Middle Age

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

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How did you get back on the dating scene at this point in your life? The circumstances are usually not pleasant at this stage of the game. Maybe you are a widower who is still in mourning or maybe you recently went through a nasty divorce. The fact is, you're not alone.
How did you get back on the dating scene at this point in your life? The circumstances are usually not pleasant at this stage of the game. Maybe you are a widower who is still in mourning or maybe you recently went through a nasty divorce. The fact is, you're not alone. [More]

8. May 2014 05:55
by LuAnn Pierce
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Good Mental Health: Food and Movement

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

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You are what you eat! Most of us have heard that before, but do you know what it means? Food and movement are two ways Mental Health of America has identified to promote positive mental health through good health habits. Physical and mental health are inseparable.
You are what you eat! Most of us have heard that before, but do you know what it means? Food and movement are two ways Mental Health of America has identified to promote positive mental health through good health habits. Physical and mental health are inseparable. [More]

7. May 2014 05:55
by Caleen Martin
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Change Your Words, Change Your Worth. New Perspectives on the Language of Fibromyalgia.

7. May 2014 05:55 by Caleen Martin | Comments

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Change Your Words, Change Your Worth is the mantra used by Adam Braun, founder of Pencils for Promise. His story is about the language of business and how he found a creative way to engage with other prominent entrepreneurs and not lose them the moment he began discussing his non-profit organization. Braun realized very early on that the terminology he used could make or break the connections he formed in the business world. Those of us living in the world of Fibromyalgia have also found this same issue regarding the discussions we have about our health. [More]
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