Recognizing Displacement Can Lead to Emotional Healing

Sonia Choquette Reviews: Recognizing Displacement Can Lead to Emotional Healing (via MarketWire)

SOURCE: Sonia Choquette Author November 06, 2012 06:00 ET A Huffington Post Article Details an Emotional Journey Through Cancer Diagnosis and Its Effect on the Future; In Response, Spiritual Healer, Guide and Author Sonia Choquette Reviewed How to Tap Into . . . → Read More: Recognizing Displacement Can Lead to Emotional Healing

Three Tips For Healthy Skin

Three Tips For Healthy Skin (via http://www.scarsaregone.com)

Three Tips For Healthy Skin Article by Laurel Levine I don’t know about you but I spent most of my youth worshiping the sun, eating foods I wasn’t supposed to and never wondering about what tomorrow would bring. Now that I am older, I realize . . . → Read More: Three Tips For Healthy Skin

The Age of Spectacle

The Age of Spectacle (via Market Shadows)

Chris Hedges On the Current State Of Journalism and Post-Literate Society – The Age of Spectacle “In our age, the idea of intellectual liberty is under attack from two directions. On the one side are its theoretical enemies, the apologists of totalitarianism, and on the . . . → Read More: The Age of Spectacle

Cohabitation – Good Idea?

Cohabitation – Good Idea? (via Support for Stepfathers)

Cohabitation or as it’s more commonly called living together comes before more than half of all marriages in the U.S. today. The number of unmarried couples living together jumped 12 times from 430,000 in 1960 to 5.4 million in 2005. The majority of . . . → Read More: Cohabitation – Good Idea?

Why Are My Brother And Sister So Hard To Get Along With?

Chapter 6. Why Are My Brother And Sister So Hard To Get Along With? (via http://bayannijuan.net)

Chapter 6. Why Are My Brother And Sister So Hard To Get Along With? SIBLING rivalry – it’s as old as Cain and Abel. Not that you hate your sibling (brother or sister). One youth admitted: . . . → Read More: Why Are My Brother And Sister So Hard To Get Along With?

Time Management: To-Do Lists Are Still In Style

Time Management: To-Do Lists Are Still In Style (via A Hire Calling)

Of all of the things that have come and gone with the presence of our digital age, one time management technique has remained: the to-do list. Time management in the form of to-do lists takes the form of scribbling down . . . → Read More: Time Management: To-Do Lists Are Still In Style

Overcoming Stress

Overcoming Stress (via 21C Woman)

Recovering from stress is a long and difficult process. One of the reasons that it is so difficult is because life surrounds us with stress and anxiety. Recovery requires us to find better behaviors – healthier behaviors that will help us relax when we’re experiencing tension without . . . → Read More: Overcoming Stress

Raising Spiritual Kids in a Dogmatic Society

Raising Spiritual Kids in a Dogmatic Society (via OM Times Magazine)

By Tracie Leiterman I’ve been raising kids for over 26 years. We have four kids, ranging in age from 26 to eight. First rule we have in our house is “think for yourself.” This comes into conflict when the young ones . . . → Read More: Raising Spiritual Kids in a Dogmatic Society

15 Ways to Make Exercise Fun

15 Ways to Make Exercise Fun (via 21C Woman)

Losing weight isn’t easy, but who says it has to be boring? Though some will scoff at the idea of making exercise a leisure activity, the truth is that you won’t be as motivated to get your workout in if it’s always excruciating . . . → Read More: 15 Ways to Make Exercise Fun

New Study Finds Americans Need 6 Hours Of Sleep At Work

New Study Finds Americans Need 6 Hours Of Sleep At Work (via Market Shadows)

PHILADELPHIA—A study published Monday in the Annals Of Internal Medicine concludes that the average American needs at least six full hours of uninterrupted sleep at work in order to leave the office feeling refreshed and alert. “Millions of . . . → Read More: New Study Finds Americans Need 6 Hours Of Sleep At Work

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