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5 Ways You Can Make 2019 the Year of Self-Improvement

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How did you feel about yourself in 2018? When the clock struck midnight on December 31st, were you excited for the new year that lay ahead or anxious, maybe even regretful? Every year, people vow to be different. They claim that this is the year they’ll “make things happen.” But every year, nothing changes. Life […]

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How Going Offline for 10 Days Healed My Anxiety

“Almost everything will work again if you unplug it for a while, including you.” ~Anne Lamott

I wake up anxious a little past 4am. My heart is beating faster than usual, and I’m aware of an unsettled feeling, like life-crushing …

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The Ins and Outs of the Body-Positive Movement

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If you look up the definition of health, you will find that it merely means the absence of disease. However, in today’s world health is much more. For some, it means the number that pops up on the scale and how that equates to your body mass index when taken into consideration with your height. […]

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6 Skills Every College Student Must Develop to be Successful

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How do you prepare yourself for success? Now that you are in college, you are practically preparing yourself for a more competitive life outside your campus. the wNo matter what university you graduate from, sometimes what helps give you the edge against the others are the different skills that you pick up along ay. So if […]

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Making a New Year’s Resolution to Clean Up and Defend Your Digital Identity

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We use the Internet now more than ever before. In fact, a recent study has shown that Americans spend an average of 23.6 hours online each week. That’s a lot of activity happening online and a great deal of information being shared. Privacy and identity theft are becoming increasingly more of a concern and for […]

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We Have to Own Our Part to Heal Our Broken Heart and Find a Deeper Love

“True love does not only encompass the things that make you feel good, it also holds you to a standard of accountability.” ~Monica Johnson

I remember the confusion I felt as it slowly began to register to me that he …

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3 Healing Practices to Connect with Yourself and Release Your Pain

“Our practice rather than being about killing the ego is about simply discovering our true nature.” ~Sharon Salzberg

One of the symptoms of living in today’s fast-paced world is the underlying feeling of loneliness, overwhelm, and disconnection. Chronically stressed and …

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Defusing Explosive Anger

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diffusing explosive anger

Most of us have experienced explosive anger— from others and within ourselves. You were minding your own business and made a casual remark that sent your friend into orbit. What happened? You were involved in a conversation with your spouse, and a minor disagreement ensued. You became disproportionately enraged. Again, what happened? Some of our […]

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How to Help without Hurting Yourself: 5 Ways to Avoid Healer Burnout

“Compassion is not a relationship between the healer and the wounded. It’s a relationship between equals.” ~Pema Chodron

The technical term is Baader-Meinhof phenomenon. This is when one stumbles upon a new, unfamiliar, or unusual piece of information, and …

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7 Things You Don’t Need to Do Yourself During a Cross-country Move

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 Moving is hard enough when your old and new spaces are within the same city; when you are relocating from one corner of the country to another, you are dealing with an entirely different level of stress and chaos. While most people’s first inclination is to handle a move entirely on their own, you shouldn’t […]

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