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5 Ways To Cope With Fertility Issues

The desire to have a family can strong and consistent in a woman’s life, which makes it more distressing when fertility problems arise. While many …

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5 Tips For Navigating Life With An Addict

Addiction doesn’t just affect the dependent individual, family and friends suffer in many ways, as they try to help their loved one. Furthermore, navigating your …

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5 Ways To Take Care Of Yourself During Times Of Stress

Whenever we have periods of stress, worry or sadness, it can be difficult to take proper care of ourselves. If it goes on for a …

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5 Helpful Ways To Navigate Women’s Hair Loss

Hair loss in women is something that is neither talked about nor accepted as it is for men. In fact, it usually slips through the …

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3 Strategies To Recover Faster From An Accident Or Injury

Accidents happen. Most of us go through life feeling like we’re invincible, but it only takes being in the wrong place at the wrong time …

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3 Ways To Enhance Your Family Life

Raising a family successfully and satisfyingly can be tricky, especially for the working mom. It never seems as though there is enough time to do …

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4 Ways To Support The Hearing Impaired

If someone you know or love has experienced hearing loss or impairment, it’s likely their life has changed in some way. Even mild hearing loss can …

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3 Tips For Successful Living At Twenty-Something

Being a twenty-something adult is not the easiest part of life. After all, you are no longer a child but are far from being a …

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6 Things That Can Sabotage Weight Loss

Successful weight loss would be challenging even if you could lock yourself in a room. Obviously, that is not going to happen, so, unfortunately, we must …

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3 Loving Supportive Ways To Help An Addict

Living with or knowing someone with a drug or alcohol problem is not an easy experience. Addicts suffer but, unfortunately, their erratic behavior can create confusion, feelings of rejection, and despair in those around them. This is why successful recovery often includes not only the addict but his or her family as well. Because the odds of overcoming any addiction are greater with support, it's important to educate yourself about the process. You will come up against many challenges that will strain your relationship with the addict. Don't worry, though, you can help an addict and still stay close.

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6 Strategies To Face Your Problems Head On

Everyone has problems, right? Some of them are small and some make you want to bury your head in the sand. However, doing so won't help at all. You need to face your problems head on in order to eradicate them. Fear of the unknown has a way of stealing our courage if we are facing something difficult. Believe me, I've had a multitude of problems in my life that have done just this. Fortunately, I learned how to get through them with clarity and confidence by applying these 6 strategies.

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5 Ways You Can Positively Change Your Life For The Better

Life is a funny old thing. All that we perceive as good or bad, up or down can seem like a roller coaster ride. Many of us don’t want to wallow in the negative parts. We want to grow and learn from those things as quickly as possible. However, for many, those times can feel overwhelming and beyond their capability to overcome. What may seem like a small issue to one person, could be a big mountain to climb for someone else.

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Be Your Best Supporter!

Do you know who your best supporter is? Is it a friend, a lover, a family member? I have discovered that, while it is beneficial and awesome to have friends and family who cheer us on, we need to have a healthful outlook toward ourselves and our lives as well. No matter what others say we can do and accomplish, until we believe in ourselves and our potential, we won't get too far. Other people can encourage us until they are blue in the face, but not reinforcing that encouragement with personal belief in the accolades or words of faith presented causes it to fall short of the positive intention.

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