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Stay-in-Love Couples

Originally posted on Psychology Today. In today’s dating world, most intimate relationships don’t make it into long-term commitments. For many different reasons, many initially loving partners can’t seem to get past the challenges that ultimately end their commitment...

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Ask Better Questions

Here is a link to an article we really loved! Check it out! Tony Robbins The quality of your life is not necessarily based on the quality of your circumstances, it’s based on your mental and emotional filters that determine your perception of the outside world. These...

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How Sleep Enhances Studying

There are many situations in which you have to learn new things that you will need to recall later.  When you are a student, there is material for classes that you study to prepare for recalling that information on exams (and hopefully later in life as well).  As an...

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Here Come The Holidays

Originally posted on Psychology Today Estrangement from family members is so common that Wikipedia lists a definitionfor it. It only takes one unhappy person to cause estrangement in a family. Estrangement often hurts because we know, from Norman Rockwell paintings,...

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In Search of Cracks

Originally posted on Psychology Today by Marty Nemko, Ph.D. Especially when trying to solve a big problem, it's easy to miss a crack of opportunity, a tiny opening in a small window.. Perhaps these examples will help you stay alert to them so you can widen or at least...

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Your Child and Sports

Originally posted on Psychology Today by Marty Nemko My parents wouldn't let me play Little League baseball because they thought I might hurt my fingers. (I play the piano.) Too bad. The odds of something really bad happening were tiny but the odds of my enjoying and...

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