Monthly Archives: November 2014

Setting Boundaries – The Holiday Gift You Give Yourself (Part 2)

In Part 1, I discussed the importance of setting boundaries around commitments during the hectic holiday season.  Here, I address another type of boundary — one that prevents negatively charged conversations or off-hand comments from dousing your holiday cheer. While it … Continue reading

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Setting Boundaries – The Holiday Gift You Give Yourself (Part 1)

What comes to mind – or to the pit of your stomach – when you think about the upcoming holiday season and all it entails? Overwhelming joy, dread or something in between? Going into the season prepared can make all … Continue reading

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3 Strategies for Better Decision-Making

From the moment we wake up each morning to the moment we fall asleep at night, we are making decisions, thousands in a single day. Most are inconsequential and are made without much thought, but the big decisions that have … Continue reading

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