Seven Strategies for Making Your New Year’s Resolutions Last

The majority of New Year’s resolutions are abandoned by mid-February. Here are seven tips for making sure those goals stick throughout the year.

If you’re inviting someone to your home and they’re grieving, be sure you’re inviting their grief to attend, too. It will be there, anyway. Don’t invite someone with the goal of cheering them up for the holidays. Don’t expect them to put on a happy face in your home. Don’t demand they fake it til Holiday Host Etiquette: Handling Grief

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Divorce can be an emotionally taxing, anxiety-provoking event for an entire family. However, parents do have some control over the extent to which the separation has an impact on their children.   Psychologist Elizabeth Ellis, known for her book Divorce Wars, has identified the number one factor that determines the outcome of divorce for children: conflict. Healthy Co-Parenting After Divorce

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There are certain mannerisms that can make you appear more confident. Some examples include sitting up straight, avoiding fidgeting, and speaking slowly. However, true confidence cannot be faked; it comes from within. This article is a three-step guide on how to build your confidence from your core, paving the way toward embracing your wonderful, authentic How to Build Authentic Confidence (3 Steps)

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