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This holiday season promises to be very different from any we have ever lived. How can we best cope with those changes?
Often, all it takes for hope to be rekindled is finding someone who cares enough to truly listen.
Christmas is not alway merry and bright. How can you get through the season when you're dying inside?
I will never forget the Christmas party where I witnessed a family being torn apart.
Where you study may matter as much as what you study. You may not recall as much if you study in the wrong place.
Divorce is not just between two people. It affects others close to you, especially if you have kids. Virtually all children whose parents are separating experience painful feelings such as fear, loss, anger, and confusion. But you can help them through it.
In any apology, the hearer is usually willing to accept it if they believe the apologizer is sincere. The problem comes in how we determine whether or not someone is sincere. This all has to do with how you were taught to apologize in your family growing up.
You've heard it said - "Be the best you can be." Whether it is your teenager, your spouse, an employee, a mentee, or a dear friend...here are practical ways to help those you care about get there.
If you know someone who is in crisis, how can you help them? Here is some advice from experts.
If you find yourself frustrated, stifled, pushed, or confused about your current relationship, take a look at your communication style.
Verbal abuse may seem invisible. But the effects can be extremely damaging.