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New Year, New You: The Power of Meditation

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In today’s busy world of working, networking, and the ongoing assaults of emails, texts, and family problems, we are saturated with the stress of psychological overload. Our minds are rarely at rest and our bodies are paying the price. You finish the end of a normal day and find that stress has ... Read More

Dealing With Loss After the Holidays

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While the holidays are a joyous time for many, it is important to remember that life – and loss – continues regardless of the date on the calendar. Some of you may have had to deal with an unimaginable loss of a loved one over the holidays. Dealing with grief during a time when others are ... Read More

3 Pillars of a Healthy Relationship

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Over my years as a human behavior expert with a Ph.D. in psychology and doctorate of education, I have been approached for relationship advice by many wonderful individuals and couples who were in many different stages of their relationships. While each partnership is as unique as the people ... Read More

How to Have a Stress-Free Family Holiday

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“Happy Holidays!” “Merry Christmas!” “Happy Hanukkah!” We are expected to be happy, merry, and joyful during the holidays. Yet for many families, the expectations this time of year can cause great stress and anxiety – not just for you as an adult, but for your children, too. It ... Read More

Meaningful Gifts for Children This Holiday Season

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Between the nonstop television commercials, the sales flyers, and the email blasts, it’s hard not to be overwhelmed by the focus on consumerism all around us during the holidays. However, the holidays don’t have to drain your wallet to be a success. In fact, when it comes to your children, some ... Read More