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1 January 2014
Category:
Self Improvement
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Got a Leap List?

I kind of have a bucket list but have recently learned about a similar concept, “The Leap List” that I like a lot better since it isn’t focused on dying.  It is a list of ten things you want to do before taking your next big leap in life (e.g. before you get married, or […]


3 December 2013
Category:
Self Improvement
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New Year Countdown

December 2, 2013 Take the last 29 days of 2013 and reflect on your past relationship, friendships, career paths, personal strengths and struggles. After you reflect, pray for clarity! Then CLEAN HOUSE! Get rid of what is hindering you from success; that be so-called friends, family, girlfriend, boyfriend, dead-end job, dead weight, etc. It’s time […]


2 December 2013
Category:
Women
Comments: 4

Winter Blues: Seasonal Affective Disorder

The holiday season is well known for the smell of wood in a fireplace, drinking numerous cups of eggnog, wearing extra coat layers and sharing joy filled stories with family members.  Not all family members, however, may be filled with joy during this season.  To them, they may be experiencing the polar opposite: winter blues. […]


20 November 2013
Category:
Family
Women
Comments: 2

What Are You Thankful For?

With the holiday season vastly approaching, I have been considering and counting my many Blessings. I must admit, I find serenity in thinking of all the things I have to be thankful for. Sure we are thankful that we woke up to see another day and that we are healthy…imagine those who are struggling with […]


18 November 2013
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Can a Woman Change a Man?

Throughout history we have seen and heard of people changing the way people think, feel and act. This past weekend I saw a stage play titled, “Can a Woman Change a Man.” I hate to tell all, but Saturday was the last day to see it so I do not feel guilty about telling some […]


15 November 2013
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Dying to Be Thin…Is Gluten-Free All It’s Cracked Up to Be?

When we think of eating disorders, generally we think of the most common ones listed in the DSM IV: anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge-eating disorder.  By definition eating disorders are a group of serious conditions in which individuals are so preoccupied with food and weight that they often lack focus on other things. They […]


11 November 2013
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Breaking Free of Emotional Abuse

The first thing to understand when you are in this situation – and it cannot be emphasized enough – is that it is NOT normal. You deserve better, no matter who you are, no matter what mistakes you might feel you’ve made in the relationship. While every couple has times of trouble and problems to […]


7 November 2013
Comments: 2

Let’s All Take a Stand Against Bullying

Years ago bullying was seen as isolated incidents that occurred occasionally at school, or at the park by the one kid everyone feared. In this day and age, especially with  social media access, bullying has become commonplace. Typically, by definition “Bullying” is the use of superior strength or influence to intimidate and/ or oppress (someone), typically to […]

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