Monthly Archives: November 2015

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Different Types of Fears and Overcoming Them

As much as there are several potential triggers to your fear, there are also as many types of fears. However, they can be categorized into three basic fears: external, internal, or subconscious. Among the three, the subconscious and internal type of fear are most difficult to find treatment to because the person must take the initiative to recognize the source…

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The frustration of a fix

If children don’t get what they want and having exhausted all angles of attack they have a temper tantrum. We have all seen it, in the grocery store, sat in the shopping cart asking for the candy and the parent says no. Pester, pester, pester and the parent still refuses and then the child screams, tears flow and only when…

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Impossible is Just a Word

Everyone, at some point of his or her life, has dreamed of being somebody special, somebody big. Who hasn’t fantasized about being the one who hits the game-winning homer? Who hasn’t dreamed of being the homecoming queen? And how many times have we dreamed of being rich, or successful, or happy with our relationships? Often, we dream big dreams and…

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A Definition of Mentoring

A Definition of Mentoring When people say that “no man is an island,” they don’t only mean that no man or woman should live alone. That much-used phrase also refers to the fact that men and women are perpetually learning creatures: they need the help of someone to guide them through life, and to help them make wise decisions. Moreover,…

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Healthy Fat Intake & Facts About Nutrition Labels

Healthy Fat Intake This information is aimed at helping you to reduce your fat intake. The average individual eats too much fat, a factor that’s linked to a variety of health problems, including cancer.  Diets that are high in fat are associated with breast and colon cancer, with some studies linking high fat to prostate cancer as well. A majority of people can…

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How to Bring More Joy into Your Hobby or Craft

When you decide to create something out of nothing or to take up a new hobby, it is very easy to get lost in the negative aspect instead of focusing on all the joy your new hobby or craft brings to you. There are several things that can get in the way with a new hobby or craft. However, there…

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Combating Stress and Anxiety through Support Groups

Combating Stress and Anxiety through Support Groups Studies reveal that people with good friends are more able to cope with stress and anxiety than people who don’t have any companions whose shoulders they can cry on. 85% of people today are said to suffer from stress and anxiety problems one way or another and these people will be able to…

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Winter Organizing Saves You Time and Money

It might surprise you how the simplest ideas can help you in your daily life. Winter organizing, for example, is a simple solution that can save you time as well as money. And many of these winter readiness tips not only save you time and money, but can also make winter quite a bit more comfortable for you and your…

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Tips to Keep Kids from Cabin Fever This Winter

When the weather is bad or especially cold, kids can get a bit restless staying indoors all day. Here are some ideas to help keep your kids happy and prevent cabin fever this winter: 1. Indoor Activities There are plenty of things that can be indoors that keep kids busy, learning, and having fun no matter how yucky it gets…

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The Fine Art of Mentoring

The Fine Art of Mentoring Mentoring doesn’t have to be a complicated process or business. Once it is designed to fit a particular need, it can be a very effective and simple method to implement, something that will be easy to use once it’s established. Although it consists of certain processes and procedures, mentoring is actually like fine art in…

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How Diet, Exercise, and Confidence Are Connected

Do you struggle with not feeling confident? While therapy and coaching can help, it may also be of benefit to address your diet and exercise schedules. The Connection When you eat well and exercise, it may help boost your self-confidence. Why? Here are some thoughts. * Body image – While exercising won’t necessarily result in the perfect body, it does…

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Holiday Survival Guide

Tips For Managing Your Stress Levels Successfully During The Holidays Every single person on the planet Earth has experienced their own events that cause different types of stress. No one is immune to this intense feeling. But, when the holiday season pops up, so does the level of stress that many experience. If you have felt any of the following,…

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