There is a lot in the news currently – and rightly so – about the horrific earthquakes in Haiti and the relief efforts underway to assist the Haitian people. Even in the midst of this disaster, I am hearing comments in the media about the need to do more than…



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Desensitizing Your Fight or Flight Response   Creating a Sense of Safety in Your Life By Changing the Meaning of Your Experiences By Ewa Schwarz Eight years ago I wrote an article on being a highly sensitive person. So much has happened since that time. I have learned how to…



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Stepfamily Sanity this Holiday Season By Wednesday Martin, Ph.D., Author of Stepmonster: A New Look at Why Real Stepmothers Think, Feel, and Act the Way We Do When you think of holidays, you probably think of family. And that’s what makes holidays so tough for stepfamilies. At this time of year, couples in…



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No — Just Say It by Claire Shipman & Katty Kay, Authors of Womenomics: Write Your Own Rules for Success Once you’ve tamed your inner-guilt monster, you are ready to welcome that most wonderful of words into your vocabulary. We’re certain you barely use it. But it’s a potent combination…



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How to get your teen to clean up their room by Anthony Wolfe, The Globe and Mail Tuesday, Nov. 03, 2009 If you force your kid to clean up, your victory will be short-lived. Trust that they’ll tidy up with time The courtroom of the Honourable Justice Maureen Rascomb in…



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Love Your Body, Love Your Life 5 Steps to End Negative Body Obsession and Start Living Happily and Confidently By Sarah Maria Eating Disorders. Steroids. Plastic Surgery. We’ll do anything to look better — and yet we still feel bad about how we look. Self-loathing has reached epidemic proportions. But…



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