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Experts explain how to talk about suicide with kids by age By Meghan Holohan

Experts explain how to talk about suicide with kids by age Talking about suicide can be difficult for parents. Mental health and parenting experts explain how to address the subject to kids of every age. June 8, 2018, 4:56 PM EDT / Updated March 25, 2019, 4:12 PM EDT / Source: TODAY By Meghan Holohan This story discusses suicide. If you or… Read More Experts explain how to talk about suicide with kids by age By Meghan Holohan

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How Inuit Parents Teach Kids To Control Their Anger by Doucleff and Greenhalgh

THE OTHER SIDE OF ANGER How Inuit Parents Teach Kids To Control Their Anger March 13, 20199:01 AM ET MICHAELEEN DOUCLEFF JANE GREENHALGH Back in the 1960s, a Harvard graduate student made a landmark discovery about the nature of human anger. At age 34, Jean Briggs traveled above the Arctic Circle and lived out on… Read More How Inuit Parents Teach Kids To Control Their Anger by Doucleff and Greenhalgh

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Clutter Is A Trigger Of Stress And Anxiety, Psychologists Say By Riley Cooper

Clutter Is A Trigger Of Stress And Anxiety, Psychologists Say By: Riley Cooper Imagine this: you come home after having a hard day at work and the first thing you notice when you walk through the door is that the whole place looks like a bomb went off. Your kids have made piles of clothes,… Read More Clutter Is A Trigger Of Stress And Anxiety, Psychologists Say By Riley Cooper

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Why Men Need To Stop Using The Word “Nagging” In Relationships by GIGI ENGLE

Why Men Need To Stop Using The Word “Nagging” In Relationships by GIGI ENGLE 04.18.17 There are a lot of words used to describe women that should be permanently expelled from men’s vocabularies. You know them as well as me: Nasty. Bitch. “Cool girl.” “Whiskey girl.” Whore. Please don’t even get me started on the c-word. I will scream. We are… Read More Why Men Need To Stop Using The Word “Nagging” In Relationships by GIGI ENGLE

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She Divorced Me Because I Left Dishes By The Sink By: Matthew Fray

She Divorced Me Because I Left Dishes By The Sink It wasn’t a big deal to me when I was married. But it was a big deal to her. By Matthew Fray, Contributor Blogger at MustBeThisTallToRide.com. 01/25/2016 01:22pm EST | Updated January 22, 2019 This post was published on the now-closed HuffPost Contributor platform. It seems so… Read More She Divorced Me Because I Left Dishes By The Sink By: Matthew Fray

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Forget bikini bodies and big arms: Here’s the real secret for getting motivated to transform your body: By Emily Beers

Forget bikini bodies and big arms: Here’s the real secret for getting motivated to transform your body. By Emily Beers   The magazines got it wrong. Sure, the promise of “six-pack abs” might be motivating at the airport newsstand. But as soon as your flight’s delayed, it’s an easy goal to forget. Because stress, frustration,… Read More Forget bikini bodies and big arms: Here’s the real secret for getting motivated to transform your body: By Emily Beers

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When Your Partner Stops Giving: The Silent Pain of Emotional Withholding by Thomas G. Fiffer

When Your Partner Stops Giving: The Silent Pain of Emotional Withholding October 23, 2017 by Thomas G. Fiffer   The suffering caused by emotional withholding can be more excruciating than verbal or even physical abuse. How to recognize it—and what to do. Confession: I’ve been holding out on you. When I wrote The 7 Deadly Signs of a… Read More When Your Partner Stops Giving: The Silent Pain of Emotional Withholding by Thomas G. Fiffer

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5 Ways To Make Your Spiritual Practices More Sustainable By Christine Dimmick

5 Ways To Make Your Spiritual Practices More Sustainable by Christine Dimmick March 17, 2019 — 13:48 PM Like many people on a spiritual journey, I meditate daily, practice yoga and reiki, and regularly cleanse my home with herbs. Over the years, I’ve amassed quite a collection of stones, jewelry, Palo Santo, and the like. But… Read More 5 Ways To Make Your Spiritual Practices More Sustainable By Christine Dimmick

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The Dog Isn’t Sleeping: How To Talk With Children About Death by Cory Turner

The Dog Isn’t Sleeping: How To Talk With Children About Death March 4, 20197:00 AM ET Heard on Morning Edition By: CORY TURNER Death first visited me on a Thursday. I had a brown ‘n’ serve roll in my hand and a Vesuvius of buttered mashed potatoes on my plate. It was Thanksgiving and my 7th birthday, 1983. My… Read More The Dog Isn’t Sleeping: How To Talk With Children About Death by Cory Turner