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  • Coping with the Pressure, Problems, and Peeves of Life

    Coping with the Pressure, Problems, and Peeves of Life

    We experience life through our senses (sensations) and feelings (emotions).For example, through our sense of hearing, we may hear the performance of a magnificent symphony or the raucous fighting of our next door neighbor; the meal we are about to eat may be succulent or putrid; the aroma that surrounds us may be fragrant or rancid, the object we’re holding may be soft or abrasive, and the scene before us may be too dimly lit or blindingly bright to discern, or it may be bright and clear. In...
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  • Successful New Year’s Resolutions Steps

    Successful New Year’s Resolutions Steps

    Every Mark You Make Will Show




    The New Year lies before you,

    Like a spotless tract of snow.

    Be careful how you tread on it,

    For every mark will show.

    Not often enough, we MAKE them. Too often, we BREAK them. And rarely do we KEEP them. By “them,” I mean New Year’s Resolutions. This year, let our first resolution be to keep the ones we make. Why? Because they will transform ourselves into the person we want to become....
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  • Leave Failure In The Dust

    Leave Failure In The Dust

    At some point in our life we all make mistakes. We don't accomplish our goals or say things that we come to regret. But while failure may seem looming, it doesn't have to be this way. We can rise above failure and triumph over it. It's easy to do with the following the techniques.

    First, don't let failure be that brick wall that stops you in your tracks. Some people hear the word no and it's a road block. That's it; there is no getting around it. To them, failure has come over them...
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  • Internet addiction, how big of a problem is it

    Internet addiction, how big of a problem is it

    Thе Intеrnеt is fаѕt bесоming juѕt another part оf еvеrуdау lifе, muсh likе thе TV and the соmрutеr itself. Whаt ѕtаrtеd as ѕоmеthing аmаzing, exciting, аnd оftеn оut оf rеасh, hаѕ become соmmоnрlасе аnd freely аvаilаblе. Technology iѕ аdvаnсing at аn amazing rаtе. I саn rеmеmbеr whеn 56k соnnесtiоnѕ wеrе thе nеw еxсiting fаd that everyone juѕt had tо hаvе, аnd nоw уоu'rе аlmоѕt abnormal if уоu ѕtill сhug...
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  • Cell phone addiction

    Cell phone addiction

    Did you know of behavior addictions? Are you addicted to using an object such as a phone or a behavior like going for shopping, eating or using the internet? That is what behavior addiction is. Some say that a habit is a disease. Addiction is simply an uncontrolled or unhealthy use of something. It becomes one's habit and eventually becomes a disease. Behavioral addiction differs between ages as well as gender. When it comes to cellphone addiction, teenagers are most affected compared to elderly...
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  • Pеtѕ Mаkе Your Lifе Wоndеrful

    Pеtѕ Mаkе Your Lifе Wоndеrful

    Pеtѕ аrе in currently. Thеrе are more and mоrе реорlе whо likе реtѕ ѕuсh аѕ dоgѕ, саtѕ, рigѕ, ѕnаkеѕ and ѕо on. Hоwеvеr, thе role of the реtѕ is nеvеr just a lоvеlу аnimаl. Pet's funсtiоnѕ аrе far frоm whаt you imаginе. Hаving a great pet likes hаving a gооd friеnd. It саn improve your ѕеnѕе оf ѕесuritу. Whаt'ѕ mоrе, it саn сultivаtе you rеѕроnѕibilitу. Buying a реt mаkеѕ уоu have ѕоmеthing tо dо...
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  • Rebuilding Your Finances After Divorce

    Rebuilding Your Finances After Divorce

    The aftermath of a divorce can be devastating to any number of aspects of one’s life. A divorce is a life changing event that will impact a couple’s relationships with friends and family or children, which can be emotionally difficult. Adding to the relationship component, damage to one’s financial well being is a major possibility, and that damage can cause emotional distress of its own.

    The loss of a loved one, whether by divorce or otherwise, can be emotionally draining. In...
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  • Rebuilding a Life After Divorce

    Rebuilding a Life After Divorce

    A divorce is one of the most difficult events that a person will ever have to face in their life. When someone faces a divorce, he or she is facing a life changing event that is certain to cause stress from its impact on everything from personal relationships with family and friends to finances. The emotional impact of a divorce can be significant, but fortunately there are ways to rebuild a life after divorce by learning to cope with the emotions that are involved and facing the challenges ahead...
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  • Breaking the codependency

    Breaking the codependency

    To simplify the concept, codependency is purely a condition in which an individual extremely prioritizes the demands and orders of others, and places low or minimal priority over his/her own needs. It affects relationships badly, and often the individual is unable to have or maintain a proper healthy relationship. Codependents are always in search of constant approval from others.

    Codependency is not just something that stems from within. It is a learned behavior. It can affect all...
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  • Vick VapoRub and Other Inhalant Addictions

    Vick VapoRub and Other Inhalant Addictions

    At first, sniffing substances is never considered an addiction despite some of those odors coming from our childhood days may lead us to substance abuse with ease. Mixture of herbs in home remedies, over the counter medication and cleaning products -- just to name but a few -- are considered harmless substances that you or your loved ones could be already whiffing in a natural way. People usually do not see the potential addiction risk behind inhalants and solvents. Perhaps the most popular or all...
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