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Self-Compassion
Self-Compassion

March 2, 2018 Not too many of us would see compassion as negative. Hopefully it is something we all desire to give and receive.  But, what about self-compassion?  Do we have the same positive reaction or do we slip into thinking we’re selfish? If...

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Prove It!
Prove It!

February 15, 2018 We have all felt that or said that in subtle ways.  It’s a great conversation ender and it’s quite unfortunate. Many of us operate at times in “Prove it!” mode. In this mode, we require evidence for why we should consider...

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New Year Resolution
New Year Resolution

December 29, 2017 I am not much of a history buff, but I found the origins and the development of New Year resolutions fascinating. Did you know the ancient Babylonians were the first people to make New Year’s resolutions? Each year in March...

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Giving Tuesday
Giving Tuesday

November 21, 2017 WHAT is Giving Tuesday? Giving Tuesday began in 2012, on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, as a specific day to highlight the importance of giving back, following the material purchases of Black Friday, Small Business Saturday...

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No Turkey Necessary
No Turkey Necessary

November 15, 2017 Just about every American can tell you Thanksgiving is the fourth Thursday of November.  Just about every American finds some way to acknowledge their gratitude on the official gratitude day.  Just about every American joins...

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Domestic Violence?
Domestic Violence?

Never. Under No Circumstances. October 4, 2017 The month of October is dedicated to calling awareness to domestic violence (DV). A single statistic highlights the need for this awareness.  On average, 24 people per minute are victims of rape...

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Toddlers and TV
Toddlers and TV

September 21, 2017 Computers, tablets and smart phones provide shortcuts to fun and information- for adults! In regard to infants/toddlers, the scary statistics are in. Even the research has been researched. The very young perceive TV differently...

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