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January 24, 2018

Harvard Researchers Share 6 Tips For Raising Kind Children

“Perhaps it takes courage to raise children,” mused John Steinbeck. Parenting is a profoundly brave thing to do. It is also one of the most valuable and rewarding. Harvard psychologists have compiled an in-depth study of strategies we can use to raise children who are truly good people. Here Are Six You Can Put Into Use Today: 1. Teach Your Children What To Do With […]
January 19, 2018

9 Reasons Why Disorganization Is Actually A Sign of Intelligence

Can You Compare Your Thought Process To A Tornado? Do Thoughts And Ideas Chaotically Twirl Around In Your Mind And Bounce Off One Another? It’s possible you may be chronically disorganized. Chronic Disorganization is a very serious problem for some. As I researched this article I began to see a lot of myself in it. I’m constantly running late. My home […]
January 19, 2018

5 Things That Happen When You Spend Time Alone

“I Think It’s Good For A Person To Spend Time Alone. It Gives Them An Opportunity To Discover Who They Are And To Figure Out Why They Are Always Alone,” Observed Amy Sedaris. People who choose to spend time by themselves risk being labeled as antisocial or strange. Our society rewards extroversion. We are often pressured to focus our time and […]
January 19, 2018

20 Signs You Аre Emotionally Dependent and Not in Love

Have you ever become wrapped up in a whirlwind romance, only to later discover that your partner was not who you thought they were? Did you cast your partner in your image of a perfect lover, rather than discovering their true nature? Did you look to them for a sense of purpose, identity, and self-worth? We Often Feel That We […]
January 19, 2018

This Athlete Sold His Olympic Medal to Save a Child’s Life

Many of us aspire to use our talents in a way that helps others. Some people, however, go above and beyond in this department. Poland’s Piotr Malachowski is an accomplished world class athlete. He trains in discus throwing, and has not only competed at the Olympic level, but won silver medals in both Rio and Beijing. He holds the distinction of having […]
January 19, 2018

Is Worry Running Your Life?

“Worry does not empty tomorrow of its sorrow, it empties today of its strength,” wrote Corrie ten Boom. Most of us worry more than we would like to. We worry about our careers. We worry about our children. We worry about the direction our lives are taking. We Even Worry About Worrying Too Much. What If We Didn’t? What would you […]
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