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Financial Planning in Private Practice with Mary Beth Storjohann... Maybe you have your tax planning, retirement, disability coverage and cash flow all figured out. But if you don’t, this is for you. This is to encourage you to start learning, even in baby steps. I (Kelly) used to find this stuff intimidating. So I’ve … ...
My Sister’s Story: Putting the Lime Light on Lyme... Husband/Boy Friend Tick: Swear! I don’t know where I got them? Wife/Girl Friend Tick: We’re Deer ticks Bob! WE don’t get People ticks! Unless… Caption: I’m done with you, YOU cheating Blood … ...
Free Webinar: Building Stress Resilience for Traumatic Events and... Join Psych Central host Zoë Kessler for a conversation with Dr. Suzanne Phillips on Monday November 30 at 7pm EST. Resilience has been defined as the ability to deal with adversity. Resilience has often been considered in terms of the ability to use enduring personal … ...
How To Get Your Kid to Eat Broccoli When I had my first child, I learned an important lesson that all new parents discover sooner rather than later. When you tell your child not to do something, expect … ...
Too Old For Hollywood George R. R, Martin is 67 years old.  He’s the originator of the Emmy winning Best Drama, Game of Thrones.  He seems to be doing quite well in television at … ...
Tests Are Valuable Learning Tools When students get a test back, they typically glance at the grade and then stuff the test in their backpack, never to think about it again (unless, of course, the test … ...
Jane Austen Understood Deception and Discovery in Love Jane Austen knew a secret or two about the problems with ambiguity in romance and love. Her most beloved novels hinge on a female character misunderstanding which man is the best man until time and circumstances reveal the truth. In Sense and Sensibility, she gives a master class on the importance of reading signals clearly, showing that Sensibility can gain Sense.
How to Create Happier Relationships Through Couples Counseling Part... Couples are often uncertain what to expect from the process of couples therapy. Most couples approach therapy with the notion that each person will describe their distress and somehow the therapist will assist them to create a happier, more functional relationship. However, most people hope … ...
The Qualities of Leaders What makes a good leader? The way leaders are chosen and how they lead may not be so different between humans and others in the animal world. This is important to consider when we make decisions about our political leaders.
8 Completely Wrong Assumptions about Addiction   Think of words to describe the typical drug addict. Honest, courageous and insightful are not the first you think of. However, given the opportunity, many addicts end up developing … ...
Is your sense of smell fading? Older people with a severe loss of olfactory sense are found to be more likely to develop dementia.
Birth Order Determines...Almost Nothing Everybody tends to think children have particular personality characteristics determined by their position in the family: firstborns are achievers, middle children are peacemakers, and the babies in the family are individualists. A new study shows how it isn't so.
5 Easy Ways to Practice Gratitude Throughout the Day The benefits of practicing gratitude are innumerable. It helps release toxic emotions such as frustration, envy, regret and resentment while increasing sensitivity and empathy toward others. Being grateful also improves self-esteem and personal relationships by reducing social comparisons and supporting prosocial behavior. While it’s common … ...
This is Why You Should Quit Facebook For One Week Psychologists tested the effect of a week-long break from Facebook on people's mental health. Here's what they found. » Continue reading: This is Why You Should Quit Facebook For One Week
3 Tips to Begin Living Life to the Fullest Are you coasting through life or really flourishing? Unfortunately, most people are not flourishing. That’s a disappointing fact. The majority of people are languishing—going through the motions of life, not … ...
Processing Paris (of peace, war and people) …article excerpted from Processing Paris on The Huffington Post. I woke up on Saturday, November 14, to my usual laundry list of worries. Should I color my grey roots today … ...
Today I Love The Perfect White Field Out Back Today I love the way my world has put on its dress whites for me. I love the perfect white field out back of my house and I love how … ...
When the Holidays Remind You: I Don’t Have the... For many, the holidays are hard because of all those images of happy families. The rest of the year, maybe you’re able to just bury yourself in your own life … ...
Playfulness Is A Spiritual Practice Being playful, the very understanding of the purpose of games is redefined. Games are no longer about winning or even about cooperating. They are all and only about celebrating our capacity for having fun together.
Using Lists to Get Organized and Actually De-stress During... Every year the holidays seem to sneak up on us, don’t they? Come December many of us are surprised – and overwhelmed – by the extra responsibilities, extra tasks and extra events. We start to panic and wonder how the heck everything is going to … ...