Monthly Archives: March 2015

Infidelity: Statistics Don’t Get to the Heart of the Matter

Infidelity makes a great story-line for a steamy beach read or television drama, but the prevalence of cheating in tabloid headlines and throughout mainstream media may have convinced us it happens way more often than it actually does. According to … Continue reading

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How to Be a Superhero – For Real

Anxiety can rear its ugly head at the most inopportune times – like when you have a job interview, or a big presentation, or any time you are poised to step out of your comfort zone. There is something you … Continue reading

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Emotional Abuse: What it is and How to Overcome The Damage

  When a frog is placed in a pot of boiling water it jumps out instantly, fully aware of the immediate danger. When placed in a pot of cool water that is gradually heated to boiling, however, the frog will … Continue reading

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