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How to Stop Your Social Media from Making You Sick

How to Stop Your Social Media from Making You Sick

How to Stop Your Social Media from Making You Sick. Social Media occupies such a central location in most of our lives that our obsessive connectivity with friends and followers online substitutes itself into times that we once used for actual personal relationships. The trade-off between these

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Self Esteem: Getting Too Much of a Good Thing

Self Esteem: Getting Too Much of a Good Thing

Self Esteem: Getting Too Much of a Good Thing. You would think that receiving positive support in the majority of your daily activities would be a good thing for your self esteem. Praise for challenges met and tasks accomplished most certainly play to our sense of reward.

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How to Really Lose Weight and Stay Healthy

How to Really Lose Weight and Stay Healthy

How to Really Lose Weight and Stay Healthy. Healthy weight loss is simple. Just burn more calories than you consume. So why is this so difficult for so many people, especially as we age? The source of the weight gain problem lies in our physiology, which is

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Great Ideas: Reconnecting Mind with Body

Great Ideas: Reconnecting Mind with Body

Trying to be that superman or superwoman to everyone around us is exhausting. Right? What happens when we sacrifice so much of ourselves that we literally run out of gas? We get sick – but you knew that already. For creatures with the ability to reason, we

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Last Conversation of a Father and Son

Last Conversation of a Father and Son

Funny how caregiving is the gift that just keeps on giving. We think it is just about the physical care and emotional roller coaster of caring for loved ones. With their passing comes a whole new package of personal work that circles around to address the many things we ignored during the times of providing care.

Dementia – Hollywood’s Finally Starting to Get It Right

Dementia – Hollywood’s Finally Starting to Get It Right

Dementia, as a plot device for television or film, has never quite lived up to the reality. Usually played for sobbing sympathy or just a tragic underscore to a character, the story line usually leaves out the stumbling’s of the caregivers and their associated confused introduction to their new roles.

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