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25 July 2014
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Stress Eater!

  How many people are stress eaters? In reality stress is normal, Stress is the body’s method of reacting to a challenge.  Stress typically describes a negative condition or a positive condition that can have an impact on a person’s mental and physical well-being.  We all experience stress at times in our lives, now the negative conditional […]


17 July 2014
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Self Improvement
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I Double Dare You!!!

During a conversation I had this week with one of my sisters, we began to discuss a conversation my husband and I had a day or so before. The topic of conversation me and my list of Things Not to Do!!! Of course, she took my husband’s stance on this matter and basically called me […]


5 July 2014
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Is Losing Weight Good for Your Mental Health?

Is Losing Weight Good for Your Mental Health? Well, the answer is IT DEPENDS. Exercising is good for your mental health. Setting and attaining goals is good for your mental health. Eating healthfully (a balanced diet with lots of fresh fruit and vegetables–NOT the latest fad diet or crash dieting) is good for your mental […]


26 June 2014
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Never Use…

I received this from by BFF who received it in a newsletter. It made me think how many times have I used those 7 “Never Use” words in my life and how many times I’ve sabotaged myself with my own words. Hmm I remember just saying to my close friends the other “someday I want […]


12 June 2014
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What Drains Your Energy?

I don’t know about you but during the course of the week I find myself drained by the middle of the week.  I started to think Hmm what bad habits am I doing that cause my energy to be sapped out of me like a vacuum.  Well I can confirm about 2-3 of the bad […]


8 June 2014
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Western vs. Alternative Medicine

Back in 2004 I noticed a lump on the right side of my neck that I’d never seen before.  I was worried and didn’t want my mind to wonder at what it could possibly be so I made an appointment with my primary care physician.  After meeting with my PCP completing blood work and getting […]


6 June 2014
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Pornography! It’s All Around Us

Pornography often abbreviated as “porn” “porno” is defined as the explicit portrayal of sexual subject matter for the purpose of sexual arousal.  Today pornography is everywhere on the TV, internet, magazines, billboards, and social media sites. As a child growing up in a Christian home I myself have been exposed to pornography at a time in […]


4 June 2014
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Making Social Networking Positive

I’ve seen lots of blogs and articles bemoaning the ills of social networking. (Ironically, I’ve seen these articles on social networks). These articles list cyber-bullying, false self-comparisons, and replacing “real” relationships with electronic ones. While all of these problems are real, I believe that it is possible to make your Facebook feed (or Twitter, or […]

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