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Set Yourself Up for Success

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit” – Will Durant The 8% success rate of new year's resolutions shows we just don’t know how to stick with habit change. We want to share…

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Holiday Stress and Overspending

Holidays can be a stressful time of year. There is pressure to make the perfect dinner, give a great gift, spend time with family members you don’t see frequently, and plan fun family festivities. All of this can leave you…

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What Is Happiness?

Happiness is something many of us strive for using all the wrong approaches. We distract ourselves looking for the next big excitement, numb ourselves so we won’t feel emotional pain, seek pleasure in purchases, chase status in position or gaining…

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Addictions: What Can We Do?

What is Addiction? Did you know that in the United States alone, 40 million people ages 12 and older abuse or are addicted to nicotine, alcohol, or other drugs? The percentage among the Canadian population is similar. Addiction is a disease that’s…

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Healing Relationship Wounds

Core Relational Blueprints Are Affected by Traumatic Events Have you noticed that traumatic events, like a physical injury, emotional threat, the loss of a loved one, or a life crisis, can often awaken or enhance your sense of fear, anger,…

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Suicide: Prevention & Help

Every day around the world, one suicide attempt is reported every 40 seconds. Sadly, there is a contagious aspect to suicide, especially in the wake of high-profile deaths. For example, the back-to-back deaths of world-renowned celebrities Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain was not…

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Self-Compassion

Research shows that you can increase the habit of self-compassion through practice. You can learn to be self compassionate and don’t be afraid to seek help from a therapist, psychologist, or outpatient provider. Understanding Compassion Did you know the word…

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Shame

Do you ever feel inadequate, unworthy, regretful, or disconnected? If so, you've experienced a form of shame. You don't have to overcome shame alone. Shame can be triggered by another person or a specific situation, but it can also occur…

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Sleep

What Does Sleep Mean for Your Emotional, Physical, and Overall Well-Being? Arianna Huffington, the co-founder and editor-in-chief of "The Huffington Post," has written a whole book about sleep called The Sleep Revolution. Huffington believes that we are in the midst…

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