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Which Makes You Happier…Money or Respect?

Which Makes You Happier…Money or Respect?

I was recently interviewed for an article in Shape magazine, which was focused on the always interesting topic of money, respect and happiness. I have inserted the article below…I hope you enjoy it! 1000 online payday loanwww.mostwatertraining.com/mac_mac/ http://www.shape.com/blogs/shape-your-life/which-makes-you-happier-money-or-respect They say money can’t buy happiness, and “they” would […]

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Thinking About Your Triumphs and Strivings…

Thinking About Your Triumphs and Strivings…

Take a moment to work through the questions below: What has happened in your personal life that you are particularly proud of? Think about your psychological triumphs, times when things were even better than you expected, periods when you came through trials and tribulations in even better […]

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Thinking About Boundaries…

When working with my clients, I often bring up the topic of boundaries. This blog post focuses on how understanding more about boundaries can help change the quality of your relationships and your life. A boundary is a line which marks where your personal and emotional space […]

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Is Facebook Harmful To Your (Mental) Health?

I read an interesting blog post yesterday from the Harvard Business Review (written by Daniel Guloti) which I thought I would share with my readers…it focuses on how Facebook is affecting our productivity at work, as well as our mental health/happiness. Read on! www.humanesocietyofknoxcounty.org/2013/ You can also access […]

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Forgiveness…How It Can Be Good For You

Forgiveness…How It Can Be Good For You

“The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.” (-Mahatma Ghandi) The word “forgiveness” means different things to different people. Forgiving ourselves or others is often hard to do because emotions such as fear, anger, and resentment get in the way. Once we do […]

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Every Day Matters…

Every Day Matters…

I often work with my therapy clients to help them understand that attitude is a choice. LIFE IS SHORT: We create our own world by the way in which we choose to see it. It’s important to remember that you can focus your time on fear, worry, problems […]

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Beating the Quarterlife Blues…Examining How “I’m Not Enough” Thinking Can Get in Your Way

Beating the Quarterlife Blues…Examining How “I’m Not Enough” Thinking Can Get in Your Way

The transition to adulthood today is a complex, prolonged process. Many of my 20 and 30-something clients feel a great deal of anxiety when faced with a wide range of opportunities, and find themselves unsure of how to choose between them. Scholars and sociologists note that this […]

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Simple Life Lessons…

I recently came across this great list of ‘life lessons’ written by 90 year-old Regina Brett of Cleveland, Ohio. She said that “…to celebrate growing older, I once wrote…lessons life has taught me. It is the most requested column I’ve ever written.” I have highlighted some of […]

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Wonderful Article on the Importance of Gratitude…Happy Thanksgiving!

Today I came across a wonderful and relevant article about the importance of gratitude. I have posted it below, enjoy! Please note that this article was taken from “The Associated Press” and written by Seth Borenstein. Count your blessings this Thanksgiving. It’s good for you. While it […]

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Thinking About Your Financial Health

Thinking About Your Financial Health

In our current economic climate, many people are finding themselves in unpleasant financial constraints. The recently laid-off, downsized or demoted are trying to cope with the new financial realities. A 2008 survey conducted by the American Psychological Association found that 81% of people stated that money was […]

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